Development of a Field Guide for Assessing Readiness to Implement Evidence-Based Cancer Screening Interventions in Primary Care Clinics
TOOLS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE — Volume 19 — May 12, 2022
The flow chart shows the 3 major aspects of Field Guide development and dissemination: 1) collect and review (May 2020–September 2020), 2) develop (September 2020–August 2021), and 3) disseminate (October 2021–December 2021).
Field Guide development and dissemination for assessing readiness to implement evidence-based cancer screening interventions in primary care clinics. CDC program management and staff included staff from CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control Program Services Branch and Comprehensive Cancer Branch. Abbreviations: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; CRCCP, Colorectal Cancer Control Program; CPCRN, Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network; NBCCEDP, National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program.
The figure shows the elements of the 4 phases of the Field Guide: 1) convene team members and determine assessment activities, 2) design and administer the readiness assessment, 3) evaluate assessment data, and 4) develop an implementation plan.
Phases of the Field Guide for assessing readiness to implement evidence-based cancer screening interventions in primary care clinics.
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