Leveraging Rapid Cycle Research to Advance Cancer Care Delivery - Overview


The Healthcare Delivery Research Program and the Implementation Science Team in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences of the National Cancer Institute hosted the Advancing Rapid Cycle Research to Improve Cancer-Related Care virtual workshop from February 16-17, 2022 to understand barriers and identify viable solutions for increasing the appropriate use of rigorous, rapid cycle research to improve cancer-related care. Recordings from the meeting are available here

Workshop Goals
The goals of the workshop were to identify principal features that should inform the design of rapid cycle research to improve cancer care delivery, identify multi-faceted barriers toward conducting rapid cycle research in cancer care delivery settings, and generate viable solutions for increasing the quality and quantity of rapid cycle research conducted in cancer care delivery settings.

For further information about the meeting program or to request reasonable accommodations, contact NCIHDRP@mail.nih.gov.

Planning Committee

  • Paul Jacobsen, PhD, DCCPS, NCI

  • Sarah Kobrin, PhD, DCCPS, NCI

  • Brian Mittman, PhD, Kaiser Permenante

  • Wynne Norton, PhD, DCCPS, NCI

  • Gareth Parry, PhD, Independent Consultant

  • Shobha Srinivasan, PhD, DCCPS, NCI

  • Emily Tonorezos, MD, DCCPS, NCI

  • Robin Vanderpool, DrPH, DCCPS, NCI