Cancer – Prevention; Cancer disparities; Indians of North America; Tribal capacity building; RE-AIM; Southwest; New
Community-Based Research | Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Health Services Research | Public Health | Public Health Education and Promotion
In response to a Request for Proposals from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona (ITCA) along with health care partners from the Phoenix Indian medical Center (PIMC) and academic partners from the Arizona Cancer Center (ACC) at the University of Arizona (UA), and the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) established a Community Network Program entitled the Southwest American Indian Collaborative Network (SAICN). The ultimate goal of the SAICN project was to “eliminate cancer health disparities by closing the gap between the health needs of the community and cancer prevention and control made possible by a responsive health delivery and research system.” At the close of the 5-year funding period for the SAICN project, a RE-AIM framework provided an important evaluative tool for identifying areas of potential long term impact.
Chino, Michelle and Dodge Francis, Carolee
"Application of a RE-AIM framework to assess the impact of the Southwest American Indian Collaborative Network,"
Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice: Vol. 5:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/jhdrp/vol5/iss1/8