Study Description: EPICS is a national dissemination and implementation study whose specific aims are to 1) test passive and active approaches to disseminating EPICS to increase screening rates for colorectal cancer among African Americans; 2) measure the extent to which EPICS is accepted by community coalitions and the fidelity of implementation in various settings and 3) estimate the potential translatability and public health impact of EPICS.
Principal Investigator: Selina Smith
Eligibility Criteria: African Americans, 50-74 years of age, who are not current on colorectal cancer screening, are eligible for study participation. Individuals with a personal history of colorectal cancer or inflammatory bowel disease, blindness or severe hearing impairment; dementia; or other condition with life expectancy less than two years, are ineligible for participation.
Compensation: No, subjects will not be compensated.
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