To conduct research to develop, evaluate, and disseminate health promotion and disease prevention programs in diverse settings and populations.
Recruiting Health Care Professionals, Community Health Planners, Researchers and Students to Test IM-Adapt,
a Cancer Control Online Tool
We are recruiting health professionals, community health planners, researchers and students to test IM-Adapt. IM-Adapt is an interactive, online tool for finding, selecting, adapting, and planning implementation and evaluation of evidence-based programs for cancer control (e.g. physical activity, nutrition, cancer screening, and vaccination).
- Have regular access to the internet
- Be willing to engage in an adaptation process of an existing evidence-based intervention of your choice
- Students must be an MPH or doctoral students who want to increase knowledge about how to adapt evidence-based programs.
You can receive up to $225 for surveys and tool use. For more information, see flyer here.
To sign-up, please send an e-mail to IMAdapt@uth.tmc.edu
DEADLINE TO ENROLL: April 1, 2019
This study is sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, grant number R01CA163526
Investigators: Drs. Cam Escoffery, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, and Patricia Mullen and Maria E. Fernandez, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health.
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