Training Institute For Dissemination And Implementation Research In Cancer (TIDIRC)
This training is designed for investigators at any career stage interested in conducting D&I research with a focus on the cancer continuum. To be eligible, participants must NOT have matriculated through other NIH-supported implementation science training programs or have current R18, R01, or R01-equivalent funding as a Principal Investigator for D&I research and may not have received such funding in the past 5 years. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate experience with—or potential for—working effectively in transdisciplinary teams and who have strong partnerships with—or are embedded within—health care delivery, public health, or community-based networks. They seek a balance of both junior and senior investigators, with the overall goal of bringing new people into the field of D&I research. While they anticipate that most participants will be early- to mid-career individuals, they will enroll a limited number of senior researchers who are making the switch to D&I research.
In addition, to be eligible, participants must meet all the following criteria:
- Doctoral degree (Ph.D., Sc.D., M.D., Dr.P.H., D.O., D.V.M., D.N.Sc., etc.), or terminal degrees in other clinical professions (e.g. MSGC) will be accepted (please contact the IS Team with any specific questions)
- Demonstrated experience and expertise in health research (e.g., medicine, behavioral medicine, psychology, nursing, medical anthropology, health economics, public health, health policy).
- Feasible D&I research concept to work on throughout the course. This should be a project that the applicant is seriously interested in conducting and/or submitting for funding.
- Willing and able to pay travel expenses (round-trip airfare, ground transportation, hotel accommodations, and meals) and attend and actively participate in the entire online and in-person training institute, if accepted.
- Federal employees are not eligible, except for individuals whose positions allow them to receive grants and function as independent researchers (e.g., U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs research investigators).
Applicants are NOT required to be citizens, permanent residents, or non-citizen nationals of the United States. There is no fee to apply to or attend the institute. However, all applicants are responsible for arranging and paying for their travel to attend.
Applications are due January 16, 2019.
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