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Putting Research Into Real-Life Practice

A new seminar developed by the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network includes an interactive, 7-module training curriculum.


 

Research to Reality (R2R), an online community created by the National Cancer Institute to link cancer control practitioners and researchers, is turning 5 this year. To celebrate, one of its recent cyber-seminars introduced a new curriculum.

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“Tools of the Trade: Putting Public Health Evidence in Action” is an interactive, 7-module training curriculum developed by the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network. Among other goals, the curriculum is intended to teach community program planners, health educators, and others how to collect community assessment data and use different evaluation methods for evidence-based programs, policies, or other strategies.

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The R2R cyber-seminars are available at https://researchtoreality.cancer.gov/cyber-seminars/archive.

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