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2014 NAACCR Annual Conference Poster Presentations

Posters

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.

Poster
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P-01 2965 Changing hepatocellular carcinoma incidence and liver cancer mortality rates in the United States
P-02 2982 A New Model for Annual Incidence Cancer Reporting
P-04 2988 Quality of Cancer Care: The Role of the Urological Cancer Registry
P-05 2989 A comparison of methods for assessing completeness of case ascertainment in data from the National Program of Cancer Registries
P-06 2995 Referral and Treatment Patterns for Rectal Cancer Patients in New Brunswick
P-07 2996 The first New Brunswick Cancer System Performance Indicators report -A collaborative effort
P-08 3006 Tumor Linkage Exact Match Automation Rule
P-09 3007 Smoothed Lexis Diagrams: with Applications to Lung and Breast Cancer Trends in Taiwan
P-10 3011 Oregon’s Approach to Increasing Awareness of Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Syndrome (HBOC) among Clinicians and Patients
P-11 3014 Cancer incidence in adolescents and young adults (AYA) in Massachusetts, 2006-2010
P-12 3016 Access to Care in Vermont: Factors Linked with Time to Chemotherapy for Women with Breast Cancer
P-13 3019 TRENDS OF BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCERS IN ALGIERS
P-14 3022 Using the NAACCR Geocoder to Perform In-House Geocoding of Your Registry Database
P-17 3033 The Epidemiology of Primary Brain Tumors among Massachusetts Residents, 2001-2010
P-18 3037 Improving Completeness of Benign Brain Tumor Reporting by a Linkage with Hospital Inpatient Discharge Data - Louisiana Tumor Registry’s Experiences
P-19 3044 Patient characteristics and registry variation associated with receipt of KRAS testing in colorectal cancer
P-20 3045 An Audit of Gender Codes for Gender Specific Cancers – California’s Results
P-21 3047 Edit Errors on File Upload: Use of Report Analysis to Improve Data Quality
P-23 3055 Processing Corrections/Updates in California: How do we get the most important information in the most efficient way possible?
P-24 3060 A Missouri Model for Batch Audit Quality Assessment
P-25 3061 Use of Live Meeting to Conduct Interactive Quality Review of Data from a Multi-campus Healthcare System
P-26 3062 Cancer Disparities in Alaska Native People
P-29 3071 Evaluation of Lexis Nexis Batch Solutions for Cancer Registries in New York State
P-30 3085 Cancer screening among Manitoba’s First Nations population
P-31 3087 A Critical Review of the Data Quality Report for the Canadian Cancer Registry
P-32 3089 “I KNOW YOU OWE ME!”: RECOVERING STAGE INFORMATION FROM UROLOGISTS IN PUERTO RICO
P-33 3096 A Comparative Analysis of Cancer Rates for Indiana’s 10 Public Health Districts
P-34 3100 ENHANCING RADIOTHERAPY TREATMENT DATA AMONG PROSTATE CANCER CASES DIAGNOSED FROM 2008 TO 2011 IN PUERTO RICO
P-35 3105 Epidemiological Trends of HPV-related Cancers in Minnesota
P-36 3109 Cancer staging and treatment for First Nations in Manitoba
P-37 3114 Trends in initial management of prostate cancer in New Hampshire – Reasons for optimism?