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2012 Annual Conference Oral Presentations

TUESDAY, JUNE 5CONFERENCE DAY 1

Plenary Session #2
PAVILION BALLROOM

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Bridges to the Future: Communicating Cancer Surveillance Data

Moderator: Vivien Chen, MPH, PhD
(Louisiana State University, Directory, Louisiana Tumor Registry)

Improving the Social Impact of Cancer Registry Data Through Infographic Thinking
Christina Clarke, PhD, MPH
(Ressearch Scientist, Cancer Prevention Institute of California)
Matthew Kreuter, PhD
(Director, Health Communication Research Laboratory, Washington University)
Heather Corcoran, MFA
(Professor, Sam Fox School of Design, Washington University)

 

Concurrent Session #1

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Section A:

GEOCODING METHODS
GALLERIA I

Moderator: D O'Brien

02

Accuracy and Precision of the NAACCR Geocoder
R L Sherman, University of Miami

04

Strategies for Increasing Geocoding Accuracy
D Rust, Kentucky Cancer Registry

Section B:

INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO COLLECTING TREATMENT DATA
GALLERIA II

Moderator: F Ross

05

Toward Achieving More Complete Treatment Information - What Can Be Obtained From Resubmitted Hospital Data?
A Kahn, New York State Cancer Registry

06

Cancer Reporting from Radiation Treatment Centers
A R Houser, C/NET Solutions, PHI

08

Validation of SEER Treatment Data Using Medicare Claims
A M Noone, NCI

Section D:

DATA USE AND RESEARCH
BROADWAY I AND II

Moderator: M Williams

13

Unstaged Cancer in the United States: A Population-Based Look at Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Geographic Variables as Predictors of Staging
K Herget, University of Utah

14

Linking the 1991 Census to the Canadian Cancer Registry to Advance Knowledge About Cancer in First Nations and Metis Adults in Canada
D Withrow, Cancer Care Ontario

15

A Novel Method for Multiple Mediation Analysis - With Application to Analyze Racial Disparity in Breast Cancer Mortality
Q Yu, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

Section E:

DATA COLLECTION AND RESEARCH
BROADWAY III AND IV

Moderator: A Stewart

17

Enhancing Cancer Registries for Comparative Effectiveness Research: Development of an Infrastructure for Data Collection
C R Eheman, Cancer Surveillance Branch, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, CDC

19

Treatment Summaries for All! An Expanded Role for Central Cancer Registries
R K Rycroft, Colorado Central Cancer Registry

20

Developing a Tracking System to Ensure Completeness of CER Required Data Items
D Rousseau, Hospital Association of Rhode Island

Concurrent Session #2

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Section A:

IMPROVING DATA QUALITY THROUGH ELECTRONIC METHODS
GALLERIA I

Moderator: F Michaud

21

Analysis of Time and Effort Required to Collect Data for 2004 Collaborative Stage Site-Specific Factors
H M Kim, Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health

24

Enhancing Data Quality Through Automation
C Moody, California Cancer Registry/Public Health Institute

Section B:

CANCER SURVIVAL ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
GALLERIA II

Moderator: N Lozon

25

Where Wisconsin Cancer Patients Die: Observations and Practical Implications
R L Borchers, Wisconsin Cancer Reporting System

27

How Can We Make Cancer Survival Statistics More Useful for Patients and Clinicians - An Application Using Localized Prostate Cancer in Sweden
S Eloranta, Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet

28

Evaluating NAACCR Survival Data for Fitness for Use
H Weir, CDC

Section C:

GEOGRAPHIC AND SPATIAL RESEARCH
GALLERIA III

Moderator: R Sherman

29

Overcoming Small Numbers in a Small State: Vermont's Approach to Cancer Mapping
J Kachajian, Vermont Department of Health

30

Comparing Spatial Patterns Using Hierarchical Bayes Models
L Zhu, NCI/SEER

31

Geographic Variation in Thyroid Cancer Incidence in Ontario, Canada: 2003-2007
E Candido, Cancer Care Ontario

32

Geocoding Reference Data Quality Assessment Strategies at North Carolina CCR
C Klaus, NC Central Cancer Registry

Section D:

USING CANCER SURVEILLANCE DATA FOR PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
BROADWAY I AND II

Moderator: L Coleman

33

Supporting Public Health Unit Analyses of Cancer Registry Data
B Theis, Cancer Care Ontario

35

Making the Case for Chronic Disease Prevention Policies Using Ontario Cancer Registry Data
B Theis, Cancer Care Ontario

Section E:

INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO DATA COLLECTION
BROADWAY III AND IV

Moderator: L O'Connor

36

Consolidating Health Providers' Data into a Relational Database System for the North Carolina Central Cancer Registry
L Carrasco, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

37

Using Mixture Cure Models to Estimate Biological Cure
M Stedman, NCI

39

Using Cancer Surveillance Data to Advance Science: Monitoring for a Potential Safety Signal for Approved Drugs through Linkage Studies
D Harris, RTI Health Solutions

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6CONFERENCE DAY 2

Concurrent Session #3

10:45 am - 12:15 pm

Section A:

DATA QUALITY: CANCER STAGING
GALLERIA I

Moderator: K Ward

40

Comparison of Directly Coded Summary Stage 2000 and Derived Summary Stage 2000 Using Data from NPCR for Breast and Colon Cancer Cases
R Wilson, CDC

42

The 2011 Collaborative Stage Reliability Study Results for Cancers of Lung, Breast, Colon and Prostate
J Ruhl, NCI/SEER

Section B:

AUTOMATING DATA COLLECTION PROCESSES
GALLERIA II

Moderator: S Vann

44

Getting the Most Out of Web Plus File Upload and Download Features in Tennessee
R Tenney, Tennessee Cancer Registry

45

It's About Time . . . for ICD-10-CM Implementation
L Inferrera, California Cancer Registry

46

Bridging the Discharge Data Gap: National Harmonization and Education Efforts
S Jones, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

47

Automated Tumor Consolidation: The Florida Algorithm
G Levin, Florida Cancer Data System

Section D:

ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLOGY II
BROADWAY I AND II

Moderator: B Theis

52

The Real Cancer Problem in Hinkley
J W Morgan, Loma Linda University School of Public Health

53

The Mystery of Ontario's Unusually High Pancreatic Cancer Survival
D Nishri, Cancer Care Ontario

55

Cancer Clusters in the US - What Do the Last Twenty Years of State and Federal Investigations Tell Us?
M Goodman, Emory University, School of Public Health

Section E:

EDUCATION AND TRAINING
BROADWAY III AND IV

Moderator: M Dryden

56

Building Bridges with Hospital Registries: Louisiana Experience
V W Chen, Louisiana Tumor Registry

57

Educational Outreach - A Glimpse into FCDS Current and Future Education Plans
S Peace, Florida Cancer Data System

THURSDAY, JUNE 7CONFERENCE DAY 3

Plenary Session #4
PAVILION BALLROOM

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Deliberations on the Future of Collaborative Stage

Moderator: Betsy A. Kohler, MPH, CTR
(Executive Director, NAACCR)

Update: CS Summit Evaluation and Simplification Work Group
(Brenda Edwards, National Cancer Institute)

Concept Development: CS Lite
(Christie Eheman, Cancer Surveillance Branch, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, CDC and/or Kevin Ward, Metro Atlanta SEER Registry)

 

Concurrent Session #4

10:15 am - 11:45 am

Section B:

ASSESSING COLLABORATIVE STAGE
GALLERIA II

Moderator: M Adamo

64

Assessing Completeness of CSv2 Site Specific Factor Data Items in Louisiana
V W Chen, Louisiana Tumor Registry

66

Evaluating Unknown Stage by Collaborative Staging Components and Surgery Status for Colon Cancer - NAACCR Data Assessment Workgroup
M C Hsieh, Louisiana Tumor Registry

Section C:

TRENDS IN CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY
GALLERIA III

Moderator: D Nishri

68

Cancers with Increasing Incidence Trends in the United States: 1999 - 2008
E Simard, American Cancer Society

70

The Effect of Changing Hysterectomy Prevalence on Trends in Endometrial Cancer, SEER 1992-2008
A M Noone, NCI

Section D:

ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLOGY III
BROADWAY I AND II

Moderator: L Biazzo

72

Sociodemographic Factors Predicting Non-Receipt of Guideline-Concordant Chemotherapy Among Locoregional Breast Cancer Women Under Age 70 Years
X C Wu, Louisiana Tumor Registry/School of Public Health, LSU Health Sciences Center

74

Demographic Predictors of Delayed Stage Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis in California, 2004-2008
J W Morgan, Loma Linda University School of Public Health

Section E:

DATA INTEGRATION AND UTILIZATION
BROADWAY III AND IV

Moderator: N Lozon

76

The Death Clearance Process: What Do We Gain From Our Efforts?
M J Schymura, New York State Cancer Registry

78

Using Text Fields to Determine Out of State Diagnoses in Central Cancer Registries
L Soloway, New York State Cancer Registry

79

The Saskatchewan Cancer Registry: Uses, Opportunities and Challenges
G Narasimhan, Epidemiology Department, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

Concurrent Session #5

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Section A:

INITIATIVES IN INFORMATICS
GALLERIA I

Moderator: M Green

81

Standardizing Cancer Pathology Reporting: Promoting Interoperability Through Collaboration
A Kwiatowski, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

Section B:

CAPTURING INFORMATION FROM ELECTRONIC REPORTING SOURCES
GALLERIA II

Moderator: M J King

84

Capturing EMR Data for Cancer Care Research and Validation of Registry Data: A Florida Case Study
M Hernandez, Florida Cancer Data System, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine

85

A New Approach: Using Electronic Health Records to Capture Unreported Cases and Missing Data
J Jackson-Thompson, University of Missouri

86

XML - How it Impacts NAACCR
R Pinder, USC School of Medicine

Section C:

ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLOGY IV
GALLERIA III

Moderator: E Candido

90

Using the Standard Incidence Ratio (SIR) to Investigate a Potential Link between Cancer Incidence and a Chemical Spill in North Pole, Alaska
D K O'Brien, Alaska Cancer Registry

91

Cancer Among Hispanics in New Mexico, 1981-2008
A Meisner, New Mexico Tumor Registry, University of New Mexico

Section D:

USING DATA FOR CANCER PREVENTION AND CONTROL
BROADWAY I AND II

Moderator: R Rycroft

92

Innovative Uses of Cancer Registry Data: Estimating the Number Of Young Breast Cancer Patients at Risk Of Infertility Due to Cancer Treatments
A K Fink, ICF International

95

The New Unified Cancer Registration Service for England
A Murphy, Cambridge University Hospital

Section E:

RESULTS OF OUR EFFORTS
BROADWAY III AND IV

Moderator: R Otto

96

Comparative Analysis of Stage and Other Prognostic Factors among Urethral, Ureteral, and Renal Pelvis Malignant Tumors
S Negoita, Westat

99

A New Approach for Accurately Projecting the Future Burden of Cancer
L Mery (On Behalf of M C Otterstatter), Public Health Agency of Canada

3:45 pm - 4:30 pm

NAACCR Showcase

The NAACCR Showcase highlighted current NAACCR projects and upcoming innovative work of The Association.
Moderator: Betsy A. Kohler, MPH, CTR
(Executive Director, NAACCR)

PAVILION BALLROOM

Using NAACCR Data to Identify Cancer Disparities
Thomas C. Tucker, PhD, MPH
Kentucky Cancer Registry