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2011 NAACCR Annual Conference Poster Presentations

Note: Not all poster presentations were submitted in digital format. Those that were are listed below. Click on the abstract name to view the poster.

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P-01 1396 Visioning Timeliness, Improving Accuracy, and Enhancing Efficiency: Evaluation of Incident Data and Cancer Reporting to Central Registries
P-02 1485 California's Completeness, Timeliness, and Quality Report
P-03 1482 Consistency among participants in a breast cancer follow-up study
P-04 1508 Memory vs. Modules: A Training Success Story
P-05 1370 3RD Edition of Cancer Registry Management: The Cancer Registry Textbook
P-07 1398 NON-HOSPITAL REPORTING IMPACT ON CANCER STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
P-08 1407 Status of WHO Grade as a Collaborative Stage Site Specific Factor for Brain Tumors
P-09 1424 Improving Physician Reporting of Hematopoietic Malignancies to the New York State Cancer Registry (NYSCR)
P-10 1388 All Together Now! Orchestrating the Electronic Transmission of Pathology Data into the Manitoba Cancer Registry
P-11 1479 Linkage of Electronic Pathology Lab Reporting and Uniform Billing Data to Identify Cancer Cases for a Registry-Based Epidemiologic Study in New Jersey
P-12 1460 DEATH CLEARANCE - Design and implementation of an interface to automate vital statistics data collection in a population-based cancer registry.
P-13 1385 STREAMLINING MULTISITE ETHICS REVIEWS: LESSONS FROM THE CANCER IN YOUNG PEOPLE IN CANADA PROGRAM
P-14 1400 They Call Me Whello Yello: Revisiting the SEER Race and Nationality Descriptions
P-16 1464 Type of Health Insurance Coverage Effect in the Survival of Colorectal Cancer Patients: The Experience in Puerto Rico, 2004
P-20 1373 Risk of Cancer among Hispanics with AIDS Compared with the General Population in Puerto Rico: 1987-2003
P-21 1383 THE DETERMINANTS OF COLORECTAL CANCER SURVIVAL DISPARITIES IN NEVADA
P-22 1379 Random Frequency-Matching of Controls to Cancer Cases in SEER-Medicare Data by Index Date to Radiation Therapy Date
P-23 1429 Incidence, Survival and Risk of Subsequent Primaries in Ocular Melanoma Melanoma: Analysis of the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Data
P-24 1500 Sub-site Specific Colorectal Cancer Survival in Puerto Rican Population
P-25 1491 Investigating a possible cancer cluster in a community with Saskatchewan cancer registry information
P-26 1427 Case-Control Study: Birth Weight and Risk of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
P-27 1366 Collaboration With Multiple State Cancer Registries for a Data Linkage Drug Safety Surveillance Study - Yes You Can!
P-28 1461 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)-Florida Cancer Data System (FCDS) Data Linkage Project: Update
P-29 1378 Six Degrees of Separation No More: Using Data Linkages to Improve the Quality of Cancer Registry and Study Data
P-31 1410 Utility of Linking Medicaid and Medicare Claims Data To Death Certificate Only Records
P-33 1457 The Shifting Trends of Esophageal Cancer in U.S., 1975-2008
P-34 1381 Space-time Analysis of Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer Late-stage Diagnosis across Florida
P-36 1436 Cancer in the Oldest Old in Massachusetts, 1998-2008
P-39 1484 Cancer Among Asians and Pacific Islanders in New Jersey, 1990-2007
P-43 1412 DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CERVICAL CANCER IN MASSACHUSETTS
P-44 1522 Creating tailored local cancer control plans: Are Cancer Surveillance Units at the table?
P-45 1505 Multiple Primaries (MPs) in Survival Estimates: Should SEER include or exclude MPs?
P-46 1518 Oregon's Experience With A Short-Term Media Campaign To Encourage Colorectal Cancer Screening
P-47 1516 Collaborative Study of Breast Reconstruction following Mastectomy in the State of Maine
P-48 1408 Identifying breast cancer screening service gaps: A combined geographic and demographic approach
P-50 1413 Linking Central Cancer Registries and Institutional Biorepositories to Facilitate Biospecimen-Based Research - A Pilot Study
P-52 1443 Moving toward survival surveillance: evaluation of spatial survival scan methods for Nebraska Cancer Registry
P-54 1526 Maximizing Data Changes Opportunities: Solutions that Work