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Health Services Research AB2015-4. Real-World Treatment Patterns, Survival, and Costs in a US Medicare Population With Metastatic Squamous Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer Keith L. Davis, MA a ; Ravi K. Goyal, MS, BPharm a ; Stephen L. Able b ; Jacqueline

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Henry Soo-Min Park

, the Medical Student Elective Rotation, and the Yale Radiation Oncology Consortium (focusing on comparative effectiveness and health services research), as well as Associate Director of the residency program. Dr. Park received his undergraduate degree

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Laurie Elit, Gregory R. Pond, and Mark N. Levine

in clinical trials and health services research in the areas of breast cancer and venous thromboembolism. A number of the trials he has conducted have been landmark studies influencing health care in both Canada and internationally. Dr. Levine also

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Arif H. Kamal, Steve Power, Gloria Broadwater, Audrey R. Holland, and Paul K. Marcom

health services research methods to rigorously investigate processes that produce excellence in dependable and regular ways. The results are reported using the SQUIRE Framework, which establishes best practices in reporting quality improvement results

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services research BIOinformatics/Information technology sciences The NCCN General Poster Session, including submission review, is overseen by the NCCN Oncology Research Program (ORP). The submission deadline for the NCCN General Poster Session Call

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accepted at an NCCN Annual Conference. The posters were categorized as: preclinical oncology, correlative/genomic, outcomes and health services research, and clinical oncology, with all categories well represented. Each poster was independently scored by a

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highlighting how we can do better.” In order to accommodate continuous growth, JNCCN recently restructured the make-up of the Executive Editorial Board. After an extensive national search, the journal invited 8 accomplished health services researchers from

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, correlative/genomic, epidemiology/risks, outcomes and health services research, quality improvements, and bioinformatics/IT. The NCCN ORP also presented Young Investigator Awards, with support from the NCCN Foundation, to some of the most promising early

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services research BIOinformatics/Information technology sciences The deadline for abstract submission is Sunday, November 6, 2016, 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time (GMT, 05:00). First authors can expect to be notified of their abstract status by

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(all phases) Preclinical oncology Epidemiology/Risks Correlative/Genomic Best practices in implementation and Use of clinical practice guidelines Quality improvement Outcomes and health services research BIOinformatics