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Stories to Prevent (StoP) Cancer Pilot Study

Using Kreuter’s narrative persuasion framework, we recorded cancer survivors telling their stories of diagnosis and treatment for HPV-related cancer. Their stories end with encouraging words for parents to get the HPV vaccine for their adolescents.

Jeff: Stage 4 HPV-Related Head and Neck Cancer Expand answer

Mike: Stage 4 HPV-related tonsil cancer Expand answer

George: HPV-16 positive tonsil cancer Expand answer

Patrice: HPV-related head and neck cancer Expand answer

Craig: Stage 4 HPV-related tonsil cancer Expand answer

External Resources

Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Cancer (TIDIRC) OpenAccess Expand answer

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) offers an 8-module series to guide interested learners to develop a project idea using Dissemination & Implementation (D&I) Science. The series is great for those new to D&I research and who are looking to gain a better understanding with the use of readings, videos, and self-reflection questions.

Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science (CCIS) Expand answer

The CCIS focuses on collaboration and innovation in implementation science (IS). CCIS offers trainings and research and practice tools for scientists seeking to learn more about IS specifically as it relates to cancer control.

Implementation Science at a Glance Expand answer

Developed by the NCI, this resource introduces core implementation science concepts, tools and resources to help researchers identify evidence-based interventions (EBIs). This tool includes case examples that explore This resource also includes several case examples that explore EBIs, integration of EBIs into various settings, active implementation of EBIs, and evaluation of their impact.

Access the Implementation Science at a Glance white paper here.

Qualitative Methods in Implementation Science Expand answer

The NCI has created this report to explain the multiple ways in which qualitative methods can be effectively used to answer a range of high-priority implementation science questions, and describes resources that are available to support the community.

Access the Qualitative Methods in Implementation Science white paper here.