In preparation for its 2009-2010 CCSRI
Site Review, NCIC CTG underwent a strategic prioritization process that produced six strategic priorities, including to assess novel therapeutics, evaluate biological endpoints (including identifying biomarkers), conduct pragmatic phase III trials for their direct application to health care delivery policies, evaluate interventions that will prevent cancer, develop and evaluate new trial methodologies and facilitate training of the next generation of Canadian investigators.
notes, the walk-through can be an effective strategy to increase instructional leadership and to support improved teaching and learning in a school, and, "When principals and teachers can talk openly about what matters in the classroom, the possibilities for continuous improvement are increased significantly.
It is one of the national programmes and networks of the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute (CCSRI
), and is supported by the CCSRI
with funds raised by the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS).