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Register now! Dialogue on Dissemination: A Researcher Perspective (September 28; 2-3:30 PM ET)

Thursday, September 02, 2010  
Posted by: Natalia Gromov
Disseminating evidence-based programs and policies requires that researchers, policy makers, and practitioners take active roles in the process. While their perspectives, systems, and practices vary, the goals of public health researchers remain the same: to reduce the burden of disease and move from "research to reality."

This fall, the National Cancer Institute will sponsor a series of three discussions to engage stakeholders across the dissemination continuum. Researchers, policy makers, and cancer control practitioners will highlight promising approaches and address barriers to implementing evidence-based programs and policies.

Please join us in September as we welcome leaders in the field of dissemination research for an open discussion moderated by Dr. Russ Glasgow. Drs. Matthew Kreuter, Deborah Bowen, and Ross Brownson will discuss their perspectives on dissemination and respond to questions posed by the audience.

Moderator: Russ Glasgow, PhD
National Cancer Institute

Deborah Bowen, PhD
Boston University
Ross Brownson, PhD
Washington University,
St. Louis
Matt Kreuter, PhD, MPH
Washington University,
St. Louis

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Please click on the following link to register for this event:

Following registration, you will receive a confirmation email with the toll free number and participant passcode. This cyber-seminar will be archived on the Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T. Research to Reality web site at approximately one week following the presentation.

For more information on the cyber-seminar series please email .

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