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CML, ALL, or B-Cell Lymphomas: Understanding Professional Practice Gaps and Educational Needs Among Hematologist Oncologists in the United States

Organization:

Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower

Project Lead:

Philip A. Dombrowski

CML, ALL, or B-Cell Lymphomas: Understanding Professional Practice Gaps and Educational Needs Among Hematologist Oncologists in the United States

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower, Clinical Care Options (CCO), and AXDEV Group Inc. will strategically work together to perform

1.an in-depth exploratory qualitative assessment of attitudinal, motivational, interprofessional, and contextual issues and barriers to the optimal treatment and management of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), and B-cell lymphomas, in academic and community cancer centers across the United States, including the Lucy Curci Cancer Center, and
2.an in-depth confirmatory quantitative assessment to validate and expand upon gaps/barriers identified in the qualitative assessment and to assess tumor/treatment/regimen specific gaps. This study will contribute to widen the understanding of the various factors that are affecting clinical reasoning among medical oncologists, beyond the evidence-based clinical processes, in order to better inform the design and deployment of future continuing medical education activities.

Full Proposal Interim Reports Final Report
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Approval Date:

December 2012

Amount Awarded:

$250,000.00

Start Date:

01/10/2013

End Date:

08/30/2013

Status:

Complete

RFP:

Oncology Educational Needs Assessments

RFP ID:

2012ON2