Crossing the Finish Line of Grant Submission: R’s from the perspectives of the PI’s
Wednesday, October 30, 3-4pm ET
The next Implementation Science Webinar will be co-hosted by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences (DCCPS) Behavioral Research Program (BRP) and the Implementation Science (IS) Team.
Since late 2016, NCI has been joined by all manner of leading experts, collaborators, mid-career investigators, and colleagues to discuss funding, training, growth in the field, global collaborations, priority areas, and the role of Implementation Science at NCI. Based on audience demand, NCI will focus their fall programming on funding and grants development from several vantage points.
On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, from 3:00 – 4:00pm ET, Dr. David Chambers will be joined by Drs. Lee, Ramaswamy, and Skolarus, all of whom have shared their work with our research community within the DCCPS Sample Grant repository. Their contributions cover a wide swath of research, representing R01s, R21s, dissemination, implementation, and deimplementation, and they will speak to their grantee experience and challenges and insights about the process.
Their grant applications are:
- Lee: R21: Effective Training Models for Implementing Health-Promoting Practices Afterschool
- Ramaswamy, R01: Sexual Health Empowerment for Cervical Health Literacy and Cancer Prevention
- Skolarus, R01: De-implementation of low value castration for men with prostate cancer
These resources drive 15% of all website traffic to the Implementation Science Team website, 20% of total visitors enter and exit off the specific resource page, and 1/3 of all search terms that direct to our website reference examples of successful grants. These speakers’ applications are among the seventeen sample grants split between Implementation Science and the Behavioral Research Program. The session will include initial comments from our speakers, sharing their perspectives in a facilitated discussion, and we will then open it up for questions from participants.
This session joins a series of three. It was preceded by an early-October session featuring investigators who used career development awards to grow implementation science capacity, and it will be followed, in mid-November, by a session welcoming past Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health (DIRH) Study Section Chairs sharing insights gleaned from their collective leadership of the peer review committee.
Once you register at the link above, you will receive a confirmation email with the log-in information for the WebEx session. Please be sure to save that information so you can access the session on October 30th.
Can’t be there? The session will be recorded and archived approximately one week following the session. Additionally, the full archive of previous IS webinars is available.