The HPV Research Group invites investigators to explore opportunities for collaborations across St. Jude, Wash U, and SCC on implementation science research in the setting of HPV vaccination. The objectives of this short conference are to increase awareness of key HPV vaccination implementation science issues, identify opportunities for new collaborations on projects regarding HPV vaccination, and to share opportunities for involvement in the St. Jude- Washington University-Siteman Cancer Center Implementation Sciences Collaborative.
The retreat will meet on the following days—you’re invited to attend any or all of these:
Thurs, January 27, 12:00 – 1:30 pm CST, HPV Vaccination in Community Contexts Thurs, February 24, 12:00 – 1:15 pm CST, HPV Vaccination in Clinical Contexts Thurs, March 31, 12:00 – 1:15 pm CST, HPV Vaccination in Policy Contexts Thurs, April 28, 12:00-1:30 pm CST, HPV Vaccination: Opportunities and Next Steps
You only need to register once, but are not obligated to attend all sessions. You will receive the link for all meetings prior to the event.
The St. Jude-Washington University-Siteman Cancer Center Implementation Sciences Collaborative brings expertise in implementation sciences from Washington University and Siteman together with childhood cancer care and survivorship resources from St Jude. The goals of the collaborative are to:
- Maximize dissemination and implementation of evidence based programs
- Increase training in implementation sciences for St Jude faculty and fellows
- and Build collaborative research projects across survivorship, global children’s cancer care, and HPV vaccination
The HPV Vaccination Research Group is led by Dr. Heather Brandt (St. Jude) and Dr. Lisa Klesges (WUSTL/SCC). For additional information or questions, please contact Carrie Stoll at email@example.com.