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:
Department of Health Policy and Management
1104I McGavran-Greenberg Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-77411
Ethan Basch, MD, MSc
CCQTP Program Director
via: Eden Gifford
Program Manager, Cancer Outcomes Research Program
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
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