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Neal J. Meropol, Joanne S. Buzaglo, Jennifer Millard, Nevena Damjanov, Suzanne M. Miller, Caroline Ridgway, Eric A. Ross, John D. Sprandio, and Perry Watts

. Can J Urol 2005 ; 12 : 2607 – 2613 . 46. Meropol NJ . Meropol, NJ: Health Services Research Poster Discussion Session: 2005 ASCO Annual Meeting . Orlando, FL. May 16, 2005. Available at : http://www.asco.org/ac/1

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David J. Worhunsky, Yifei Ma, Yulia Zak, George A. Poultsides, Jeffrey A. Norton, Kim F. Rhoads, and Brendan C. Visser

studies are needed to elucidate whether these differences exist for other cancers, and to determine the full implications these differences may have on health services research. The authors have disclosed that they

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Robert B. Hines, Alina Barrett, Philip Twumasi-Ankrah, Dominique Broccoli, Kimberly K. Engelman, Joaquina Baranda, Elizabeth A. Ablah, Lisette Jacobson, Michelle Redmond, Wei Tu, and Tracie C. Collins

overall survival after CRC diagnosis. The results of this study seek to identify patient characteristics that are associated with NCCN Guidelines nonadherence and quantify its prognostic impact on survival. Health services research on the quality of care

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Yvonne Bombard, Peter B. Bach, and Kenneth Offit

, health outcomes, cost-effectiveness, and health services research. The efficacy of genomic-based interventions may be difficult to demonstrate, especially for stratified technologies and in the hereditary disease context, in which sample size is often an

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Rodger J. Winn

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Margaret Tempero

practice guidelines. The diversity part was a bit trickier. Guidelines and quality care beg for evidence-based medicine to guide the process, and health services research to ensure dissemination and assess outcomes. But at the same time, our ability to

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David C. Hohn

advocate of health services research, was deeply concerned about discordant patterns of cancer care in both academic and community cancer centers in the face of compelling evidence from clinical trials. Dr. Winn felt strongly that the best strategy for

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Rodger J. Winn

implemented clinical trials are widely available and are easily accessed. Unfortunately, the slightly darker side of this process comes in the finding of health services researchers that education per se does not necessarily lead to the adoption of new

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Presenter: Robert W. Carlson

, outcomes and health services research, and bioinformatics/information technology sciences. All accepted abstracts are available at JNCCN.org and at NCCN.org . The NCCN 2021 Virtual Annual Conference also included varied other programs online. For