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TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2007
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION 1
Section B:
Population-Based Scientific Research Using Cancer Registries - Part I
Brulé
05
07
Section C:
Electronic Reporting - Part I
Richard
11
12
SNOMED CT Encoded CAP Cancer Checklists and the NAACCR Data Dictionary, An Informatics Perspective
Ken Gerlach (NPCR-CDC) and
Mary Kennedy (SNOMED Terminology Solutions)
Section D:
Quality Assurance - Part I
Marquette
13
Measuring Coding Accuracy
George Cernile (Artificial Inteligence in Medicine, Inc.)
14
Case Completeness and Data Accuracy in the National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR)
Kathleen K. Thoburn (CDC/NPCR Contractor, Northrop Grumman)
Section E:
Special Populations - Part I
LaSalle
18
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION 2
Section A:
Quality of Care - Part II
Nicolet
23
Assessing Quality of Pathology Reporting: The Case of Tongue Cancer
Lihua Liu (Los Angeles Cancer Surveillance Program)
Section B:
Population-Based Scientific Research Using Cancer Registries - Part II
Brulé
26
Section C:
Electronic Reporting - Part II
Richard
29
30
32
Pros and Cons of a Single, National, Web-Based Data System for Central and Hospital Registries
Herman R. Menck (Cancer Surveillance Program of Los Angeles County
Section D:
Quality Assurance - Part II
Marquette
33
34
36
Section E:
Special Populations - Part II
LaSalle
38
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
8:00 am - 10:00 am
PLENARY SESSION 2
Ambassador Ballroom
 
Determining Quality of Cancer Care Using Cancer Registry Data
Plenary Session Moderator:
Marsha Reichman, PhD (NCI)
9:30 am - 10:00 am
Patterns of Care Analyses using SEER-Medicare Data
Nancy Baxter, MD (University of Toronto)
8:00 am - 8:30 am
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION 3
Section A:
Quality of Care - Part III
Nicolet
41
Breaking the Mastectomy Over-Treatment Myth
Steven J. Katz (University of Michigan)
Section B:
Population-Based Scientific Research Using Cancer Registries - Part II
Brulé
44
Premature Deaths Due to Prostate Cancer - The Role of Diagnosis and Treatment
Appathurai Balamurugan (Arkansas Central Cancer Registry)
Section C:
Registry Cost Analysis
Richard
45
Section D:
Quality Assurance - Part III
Marquette
48
Section F:
NAACCR 101
Duluth
52
NAACCR 101
Shannon Vann & Jim Hofferkamp (NAACCR)
Thursday, June 7, 2007
8:30 am - 10:00 am
CONCURRENT SESSION 4
Section A:
Automated Methods for Clinical Trial Recruitment &
Treatment Data Collection
Nicolet
54
56
Enhancing Incidence Registries with Passive End-Results Reporting
Jill A. MacKinnon (Florida Cancer Data System)
Section B:
Population-Based Scientific Research Using Cancer Registries - Part IV
Brulé
58
Section D:
GIS and Spatial Epidemiology - Part I
Marquette
65
Geographic Clusters of Oral Cancer in Florida
Recinda L. Sherman (Florida Cancer Data Systems)
68
Post-Katrina Population Estimates
David G. Stinchcomb (NCI)
Section E:
Collaborative Staging - Part II
LaSalle
72
Collaborative Staging: Identifying Common Coding Discrepancies
Winny Roshala (California Cancer Registry)
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION 5
Section A:
Cancer Registry Operations
Nicolet
75
Section C:
Rare Cancers
Richard
81
Thyroid Cancer Incidence in Massachusetts, 1984-2003
Richard Knowlton (Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health)
Section D:
GIS and Spatial Epidemiology - Part II
Marquette
85
86
State of GIS Activities among NAACCR Member Registries
Recinda L. Sherman (Florida Cancer Data Systems) and
David O'Brien (Alaska Cancer Registry)
87
Estimating the Accuracy of Different Geographic Imputation Methods
Kevin A. Henry (New Jersey Department of Health)
88
Incorporating Realtime Geocoding Systems into Data Entry Routines
Rich Pinder (Los Angeles Cancer Surveillance Program)
Section E:
Special Populations - Part III
LaSalle
89
1:45 pm - 4:00 pm
PLENARY SESSION 3
Ambassador Ballroom
 
Interoperability of Cancer Registration Standards
Plenary Session Moderator:
Holly L. Howe, PhD (NAACCR)
1:45 pm - 2:15 pm
Achieving Semantic Interoperability of Cancer Registries
Peter Winklestein, MD (University of Buffalo)
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm