Cancer Care Delivery Research Committee

 

Chair


Vice Chair(s)

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No active committee working groups.

Committee Charge

Cancer Care Delivery Research (CCDR) is a multidisciplinary science that seeks to improve clinical outcomes and patient well-being by intervening on patient, clinician, and organizational factors that influence care delivery.

The goal of CCDR within NRG and the NCORP is to generate evidence that can be used to improve clinical practice, particularly through the evaluation of pragmatic interventions focused on clinicians, staff, and/or practices.

NRG CCDR research priorities focus on the following topics:

  • Integrating patient-reported outcomes into clinical practice (extends survival;
  • Enhance access to proven survivorship and palliative care strategies optimizing survivor and family quality of life;
  • Optimize screening strategies based on disease risk including patients in the post-treatment surveillance phase of care
  • Implement evidence-based symptom management strategies addressing patients’ needs during both active adjuvant and palliative treatment.
  • NRG CCDR is especially interested in interventions that address and ameliorate health disparities especially among rural, older, and/or racially/ethnically diverse adult populations.

Resources

Access to Landscape Survey:

Process document on accessing landscape survey data for potential manuscripts

Landscape Survey Application Form

Link to the 2022 Landscape Survey



Announcements:

TBD




Select CCDR Web Resources:

NCI Community Oncology Research Program
https://healthcaredelivery.cancer.gov/ccdr/




Webinars:

NRG Digital Health-CCDR Webinar: Implementation Science for Digital Health.
Held April 15, 2022.

NRG CCDR Symposium Video – Applying Implementation Science in CCDR: Exercise Programming in Medical Oncology as an Exemplar

This previously recorded webinar aims to educate the CCDR community on implementation science approaches and their role in Cancer Care Delivery Research.



Videos:

VIDEO: Overview of NRG Oncology NCORP Concept Development: Navigating NCI and R01 Submissions
Please use passcode: .jLbpAz4


NRG CCDR Artificial Intelligence (AI) Webinar



Committee Members

  • Prajakta Adsul
  • Maria Bell
  • Ronald Chen
  • Fumiko Chino
  • Mary Cooley
  • Heidi Donovan
  • Karen Basen-Engquist
  • Melissa Foust
  • Shefali Gajjar
  • Radikha Gogoi
  • Evan M. Graboyes
  • Ilana Graetz
  • Natalya Greyz
  • Laurel Habel
  • Andrea Haggeman
  • Laura Holman
  • Norissa Honea
  • Julian Hong
  • Matthew Hudson
  • Tambre Leighn
  • Margaret Liang
  • Andrew McDonald
  • Megan Mullins
  • Nitin Ohri
  • Gilbert Padula
  • Krupal Patel
  • Laurel Pracht
  • Stephanie Pugh
  • Tonnica Sasanas
  • Kathryn Schmitz
  • Rishi Sekar
  • Anna Jo Bodurtha Smith
  • Bernard Tawfik
  • Kea Turner
  • Vivek Verman
  • Joan Westendorp
  • William Wilson
  • Mark J. Wojtowicz
  • Kaveh Zakeri

Publications

Kent et al., (2015). Cancer Care Delivery Research: Building the Evidence Base to Support Practice Change in Community Oncology
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4559611/

Shalowitz & Cohn (2018). Cancer Care Delivery Research in Gynecologic Oncology
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29331372/

Geiger et al., (2020). Evolution of Cancer Care Delivery Research in the NCI Community Oncology Research Program
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7301147/

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