2005 NAACCR Annual Conference

2005 NAACCR Annual Conference

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DATE OF PRESENTATION AUTHORS PROGRAM BOOK DESCRIPTION/TITLE
Tuesday, June 7

Plenary Session 1

Kevin M. Gorey, PhD Canada: Equitable Cancer Care Access and Outcomes?
Tuesday, June 7

Plenary Session 1

Deb Bowen, PhD Cancer Incidence and Cancer Risk Factors in Sexual Minority Populations
Tuesday, June 7 Plenary Session 2 Faruque Ahmed, MD, PhD Promoting the Use of Cancer Registry Data for Colorectal Cancer Prevention and Control
Tuesday, June 7 Plenary Session 2 Jing Ma, MD, PhD Recent Advances in Understanding Lifestyle and Colon Cancer Risk
Tuesday, June 7 Plenary Session 2 Francis A. Farraye, MD, MSc Screening for Colon Cancer: Options-Benefits
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1 Section A

Joellyn Ellison NAACCR 101
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1 Section B

Sandy Thames National Program of Cancer Registries – Modeling Electronic Reporting Project (NPCR-MERP)
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1 Section B

Tim Carney, MPH, MBA

David Rose

Dibyendu Baksi, PhD

The CDC-NPCR Modeling Electronic Reporting Project: National Perspective
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1 Section B

Jim Martin, PhD The Modeling Electronic Reporting Project: The Central Cancer Registry Perspective
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1 Section B

Lynne Penberthy The Modeling Electronic Reporting Project: A Hospital Perspective
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1 Section C

Denise Farmer Internationalizing NPCR’s Abstract Plus: NAACCR Standards Spread South
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1 Section C

Catherine Tapp, MPH Chris Fisher CancerCORE – A Central Registry Software Innovation
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1

Section D

Holly Engelhardt Disparities in Cancer Incidence Among Residents of Appalachia Ohio
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1

Section D

Jack L. Finch, MS Cancer and Poverty in Colorado: 1995-2002
Tuesday, June 7

Concurrent Session 1

Section E

Andrew Stewart Concordance with Standards of Care: Assessing the Treatment of Stage III Colon Cancer Patients
Wednesday, June 8

Plenary Session 3

James R. Cerhan, MD, PhD Rapid Case Ascertainment in Population and Hospital-Based Studies: Notes from the Field
Wednesday, June 8

Plenary Session 3

Dennis Deapen, DrPH Thirty-three Years of Rapid Case Ascertainment: Lessons Learned
Wednesday, June 8

Plenary Session 3

Nancy Mueller, ScD The Utility of Rapid Case Ascertainment for a Population-based Case-Control Study on Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Wednesday, June 8

Concurrent Session 2

Section A

Darlene Dale The Develpment of an E-Registry at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto
Wednesday, June 8

Concurrent Session 2

Section A

D. Borhani, S. March, K. Power Post Implementation Memoirs, Lessons Learned from a Central Registry Implementation
Wednesday, June 8

Concurrent Session 2

Section C

Linda Mulvihill, RHIT, CTR National Cancer Registrars Association Workforce Study
Wednesday, June 8

Concurrent Session 2

Section C

Connie Bura American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer recruitment and Retention Program for Hospital Cancer Programs
Wednesday, June 8

Concurrent Session 2

Section D

Mike Jeffe, Gary Levin, Jill MacKinnon, Lydia Voti, Mark Rudolph, Dr. Lora Fleming, Dr. Youjie Huang, Tara Hylton Cluster Response Inquiry System (CRIS): Developing a GIS Tool to Investigate Cancer Clusters
Wednesday, June 8

Concurrent Session 2

Section E

Carin Perkins, PhD

Sally Bushhouse, DVM, PhD

Developing Cancer Prevelance Estimates for Cancer Control Planning
Wednesday, June 8

Concurrent Session 2

Section E

Recinda L. Sherman, CTR Patient Notification and Assessment of Patient Willingness to be Contacted About Participation in Research
Wednesday, June 8

NAACCR Business Meeting

Holly L. Howe, PhD Executive Director’s Report
Betsy Kohler, MPH, CTR Presidents Love Baseball
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section A

Lori Havener, CTR Electronic Data Exchange…Moving Forward
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section A

Barry Gordon, PhD <XML + HL7: Does This Spell ‘Terrific’ or ‘Trouble’ for Registries?
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section A

Ken Gerlach, Bette Smith,

Kathleen Davidson-Allen

Reporting Pathology Protocols Project
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section C

Carol Hahn Johnson, BS, CTR Histology Coding and Multiple Primary Rules Project
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section C

Mary Jane King, MPH, CTR Use of Case-Mix Data in the Case Ascertainment Process
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section C

Judy Jacobs Williams The Care and Handling of Source Records
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section D

Carin Perkins, PhD

Sally Bushhouse, DVM, PhD

NHIA Over-Identifies Hispanics in Areas with a Low Proportion of Hispanic Americans
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section E

Melanie Williams, PhD

Sharon Campleman, PhD

Nancy Weiss, PhD

The Impact of Race/Ethnicity on the NAACR Incidence: Mortality (IM) Ratio
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section E

Janis Campbell Population Bridging and its Effects on NAACCR Estimates of Completeness
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 3

Section E

Bernali Das, PhD

Linda Pickle, PhD

Lin Clegg, PhD

A new Measure to Assess the Completeness of Case Ascertainment by a Cancer Registry
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section B

Eric Durbin, MS The NAACCR HL7 E-Path Transmission Standard
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section C

David K. O’Brien, PhD, GISP Considerations for Building a Shared GIS
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section C

Xuguang (Grant) Tao, MD, PhD, CTR

Genevieve M. Matanoski, MD, DrPH, CTR

John O Davies-Cole, PhD, MPH

Aaron Adade, PhD

Pilot Study on Geographical Pattern of Prostate Cancer in District of Columbia, 1994-2001
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section D

Karen Ledford Developing CDC-NPCR Data Quality Indicators to Improve Population-Based Central Cancer Registry Data
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section D

David Lyalin Modeling the NPCR Restricted Access Data Set Release Process
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section E

Rosemary D. Cress, DrPH

Lisa C. Clarke, MS

Survival Among Patients with Adenocarcinoma of the Pancreas, California, 1994-2000
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section E

Larry F. Ellison, MSc An Empirical Evaluation of Period Survival Analysis Using Data from the Canadian Cancer Registry
Thursday, June 9

Concurrent Session 4

Section E

Rocky Feuer, PhD, Ben Hankey, ScD,

Kathy Cronin, PhD, Barnali Das, PhD,

Steve Scoppa, Don Green, Dave Campbell

Expanding the Use of Survival Data Collected by the SEER Program
Thursday, June 9

Plenary Session 4

Betsy Kohler, MPH, CTR NAACCR Priority Objectives for 2005-2006
Thursday, June 9

Plenary Session 4

Holly L. Howe, PhD The NAACCR Showcase: The All Star Team
Susan Preston-Martin, PhD

Gary Fraser, MD, PhD

Larry Beeson, DrPH

NAACCR Research Program
Fri. – Sat., June 10 & 11

Post-Conference Workshop

Centralized Cancer Registries: Design, Management and Use

Joellyn Hotes Ellison, MPH NAACCR Update and Issues

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