The Cancer Care Quality Training Program

A national survey found that parents were more likely to agree that laws requiring students to be vaccinated against HPV for school entry are a “good idea” when there is an opt-out clause. One of the co-authors of the study is CCQTP fellow William Calo, JD, PhD. Read more here.


The quality of cancer care in the U.S. is not what it could be. Are you ready to improve it?

The Cancer Care Quality Training Program (CCQTP) offers pre-doctoral (2 years) and post-doctoral (2 years) training to clinician and non-clinician scientists who wish to work in multidisciplinary research teams to improve cancer care quality across the cancer care continuum.

Why train at UNC and in this program? As a CCQTP fellow, you will…..

  • Gain knowledge and skills through a specialized curriculum that involves tailored coursework and an immersion experience in tumor board meetings
  • Acquire hands-on research experience in multidisciplinary research teams, with mentoring provided by experienced faculty members from diverse disciplines
  • Participate in the collaborative, productive, and multidisciplinary cancer research community at UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Develop the professional skills and relationships you need to pursue a career in the multidisciplinary field of cancer care quality research
  • Receive an excellent compensation package that includes a stipend and funding for research.

Learn more about the CCQTP program.

For questions, contact:

Ethan Basch, MD, MSc
CCQTP Program Director
170 Manning Drive
CB # 7305
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7305
ebasch@email.unc.edu
919-966-3856


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