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Trainees take selected courses designed to provide a foundation in implementation science methods. Our competency-based curriculum provides rigorous training in:

  • Implementation science theories and frameworks
  • Effective components of cancer prevention and control programs
  • Formative research methods for intervention adaptation
  • Implementation science study designs and quantitative evaluation

PRACCTIS trainees have the option to obtain the MSCI in conjunction with the activities of the fellowship program. The MSCI program provides trainees with methodologic and content skills that will enable them to design, conduct, and analyze the results of clinical, public health, and translational research investigations.

Learn more about the MSCI program.