Advancing the Science of Implementation across the Cancer ContinuumEditat de David A. Chambers, Cynthia A. Vinson, Wynne E. Norton
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David A. Chambers, D.Phil, is Deputy Director for Implementation Science in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute, where he manages a team focusing on efforts to build and advance the field of implementation science through funding opportunity announcements, training mechanisms, dissemination platforms, and enhancement of partnerships and networks to integrate research, practice and policy. Dr. Chambers publishes onstrategic research directions in implementation science, and serves as a plenary speaker at numerous scientific conferences. He received his A.B. degree (with Honors) in Economics from Brown University (1997), and an M.Sc. (1998) and D.Phil degree (2001) in Management Studies (OrganizationalBehaviour) from Oxford University (UK).Cynthia A. Vinson, PhD, MA, is a Senior Advisor for Implementation Science in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute. Dr. Vinson is involved with building and sustaining the field of implementation science to enhance the integration of evidence-based programs in cancer control in public health and clinical practice. In this role, she is responsible for working both within NCI and with other agencies and organizations at the local, state,national, and international level to translate research funded by DCCPS into practice. Dr. Vinson received her PhD in Public Administration and Health Policy at George Washington University, and her MPA in Public Administration/International Development from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.Wynne E. Norton, PhD, is a Program Officer for Implementation Science in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute. Dr. Norton's research is focused on advancing the science of implementation of evidence-based practices and programs in cancer care delivery and public health. Dr. Norton received her MA (2008) and her PhD (2009) in Social Psychology from the University of Connecticut. Prior to joining the NCI, Dr. Norton was an Assistant Professor ina School of Public Health (2009-2015), during which time her program of research was funded by NIH, AHRQ, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Donaghue Foundation.