Implementation Sciences

Cancer Research Ideas - Implementation Sciences (Archived)

Studying the impact of cancer on large populations can provide important information that influences practices, policies, and programs that directly affect the health of millions of people each year. To improve cancer outcomes, it is essential to identify and test methods for more effectively disseminating information about new approaches for cancer prevention, risk assessment, screening, prognosis, treatment, and survivorship. Interventions must fit within real-world public health and clinical settings and be accessible and understandable to practitioners and the public.

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Value-Based Cancer Care

Value for patients should be the main focus of cancer care delivery. Value in cancer care is the outcomes that matter to patients relative to the cost to achieve them. We need to transform our system to one that measures and rewards value.

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Laparoscopic Electrochemotherapy

Electrochemotherapy is used in the treatment of various forms of superficial cancers (skin) through the use of delivering chemotherapy into the cell interior and using an electrode that sends electrical impulses that permeabilize the cell membrane.

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