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Modifying Young Adult Skin Cancer Risk and Protective Behaviors (UV4.ME2): A Hybrid Type 2 Dissemination/ Effectiveness Trial

PI: Heckman, Carolyn J.
INSTITUTION: Research Institute of Fox Chase Cancer Center

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community, cost-effectiveness, DIRH, Heckman, Hybrid Type 2, Integrative Model of Behavioral Prediction, NIH, R01, RE-AIM, Skin cancer, User testing, UV exposure, Web-based intervention, Young adults