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2004 NAACCR Annual Conference Presentations

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DATE OF PRESENTATION AUTHORS PROGRAM BOOK DESCRIPTION/TITLE
     
Tuesday, June 8
Plenary Session 1
Dr. Mark Skolnick Keynote Address: Predicting Our Cancer Genetic Predisposition
     
Tuesday, June 8
Plenary Session 1
Lisa Cannon Albright, Ph.D. Unique Utah Resources For Cancer Gene Identification
     
Tuesday, June 8
Plenary Session 1
Randall W. Burt, M.D. Inheritance and Genetic Testing for Colon Cancer
     
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 1
Section A
Joellyn Hotes Ellison, MPH NAACCR 101
  Ilona Kay Gebhard, CTR NAACCR 101
     
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 1
Section B
Benjamin F. Hankey, Sc.D., Denise Riedel Lewis, Ph.D. An Ecologic Approach to Using Surveillance Data to Obtain Information on the Efficacy of Screening for Prostate Cancer
     
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 1
Section B
Ann Hamilton, Myles Cockburn A post-PSA Update on Trends in Prostate Cancer Incidence
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 1
Section D
Rhonda Buron, Alice Daugherty, LPN, CTR, Georgette G. Haydu, MA, Dan Schlichting, BS, BA, Bette R. Smith, RHIT, CTR, BS Validity of Death Cert. Information on Cause of Death and Effect on Determination of Completeness of Central Registry Database for Specific Cancers
     
Tuesday, June 8 Concurrent Session 1 Section D Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 1
Section D
Jeannette Jackson-Thompson, MSPH, PhD Susan Strauss-Wilson, RHIA, CTR Continuous Quality Improvement: Retroactive Application of Death Clearance Best Practices Using Super MICAR as a Tool in the Completion of DC Review
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 1
Section E Tuesday, June 8 Concurrent Session 2 Section B
Brenda L. Lee, CTR Lisa Scott, MS, Janet Bates, MD, MPH, Rosemary Cress, Dr.PH, Mark Allen, MS, Bill Wright, Ph.D. One-On-One For Excellence Cancer Among Hispanic Subgroups: Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, and Central and South Americans in California
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 2
Section C
Recinda Sherman-Seitz, CTR Community Level SES and Late Stage Colorectal Cancer in Oregon
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 2
Section C
Erich Kliewer The Potential of Linked Cancer Registry Data for Cancer Control
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 2
Section D
Marsha Reichman, Dave Annett, Chuck May Design, Development, and Deployment of a New Data Management System for SEER Registries
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 2
Section D
Steven C. Black South Carolina Community Assessment Network (SCAN): Cancer Incidence Module
Tuesday, June 8
Concurrent Session 2
Section E
Linda Mulvihill, RHIT, CTR Cancer Registrar Work Force Study
     
Wednesday, June 9 Plenary Session 2 Donna Turner, PhD New Frontiers in Defining Data Quality Measuring Completeness on the Northern Frontier: The Canadian Case Ascertainment Project
Wednesday, June 9
Concurrent Session 3
Section C
Nancy Cole, BS, CTR In The Meantime...Interim Solutions to Automatic Data Capture
Wednesday, June 9
Concurrent Session 3
Section E
Mei-chin Hsieh, MSPH, Vivien W. Chen, PhD, Xiao Cheng Wu, MD, MPH, Suling Huang, MSPH, Carsie Nyirenda, MD, MPH, Catherine Correa, PhD, Beth A. Schmidt, MSPH Evaluation of NAACCR Hispanic Identification Algorithm (NHIA) for Cancer Registry Data: The Louisiana Experience
     
Thursday, June 10
Plenary Session 3
Marty Slattery, Ph.D., M.P.H. Working Together to Implement Population-Based Research Using Tissue Specimens: An example from colon cancer
Thursday, June 10 Concurrent Session 4
Section B
Darlene Dale Open Source Technologies Advance The Development Of A Web Based Abstracting Application
Thursday, June 10
Concurrent Session 4
Section B
Peter Ransdell Open Source Technologies Advance The Development Of A Web Based Abstracting Application
     
Thursday, June 10
Concurrent Session 4
Section B
ST Gershman, K Kronenberg, SB Jones, LA MacDougall Usability Testing of a Cancer Control Website: What You See Isn't Always What You Get
Thursday, June 10
Concurrent Session 4
Section C
K. Power, B. Carson, K. Short, C. Hough, C. Patterson, S. Marksberry, A. Johnson, C. Jacobson How Electronic Processing of Pathology Reports Improved Nevada's Case Ascertainment Rates
     
Thursday, June 10
Concurrent Session 4
Section E
Betsy A. Kohler, MPH, CTR, Susan Van Loon, RN, CTR Penalties and Incentives: Impact on Completeness and Accuracy of Data
     
Thursday, June 10
Plenary Session 4
Lucina Suarez, PhD Cancer Incidence in US Hispanics/Latinos, 1995-2000
     
Thursday, June 10
Plenary Session 4
Hannah K. Weir, Ph.D., Thomas C. Tucker, Ph.D. NAACCR Registry Certification-Past, Present and Future
     
Thursday, June 10
Plenary Session 4
Dr. Holly L. Howe, Frances E. Ross, CTR Training: Mentor Fellowship Program
     
Thursday, June 10
Plenary Session 4
Andrew K. Stewart Data Standards: Updating, Changing and Implementing
     
Friday, June 11
Post Conference Workshop
Registry Survival: Bugs, Bears and Bioterrorists
Holly L. Howe, PhD NAACCR Data Use and Research
  Lisa M. Roche, MPH, PhD Research Using a State DOH-Based Central Cancer Registry - The New Jersey Experience
  Xiao-cheng Wu, MD, MPH Enhancing Registry Data Usage
  Donald Shipley Attracting Research Money in a Younger, Smaller Registry: The Oregon Experience
  Carin Perkins, PhD Infrastructure for Conducting Registry-Based Research
  Donna Turner, PhD A Formula for Registry Survival: Summation Research and the Registry/Withstanding Bugs, Bears and Bioterrorists
  Elizabeth Ward, PhD, Ahmedin Jemal, DVM, PhD Importance of Enhancing Access to Researchers to Registry Data for National Studies
Friday, June 11
Post Conference Workshop
Central Cancer Registries Design, Management and Use
Thomas C. Tucker, PhD, MPH Measuring the Quality of Data from Central Cancer Registries: How did we get here? (Zip)