2009 Conference Presentations

2009 Conference Presentations

TUESDAY, JUNE 16

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

PLENARY SESSION 1

BEYOND THE CANCER DATA
Moderator: Brenda Edwards
9:00 am – 10:00 am  Keynote Speaker: Public Health Genomics
Ralph Coates, PhD
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

CONCURRENT SESSION 1

Section A: COLLABORATIVE STAGING
Moderator: Lynda Douglas
005 NPCR Data Completeness and Quality Audits – First Two Years
Mary Lewis (CDC, Cancer Surveillance Branch)
Section B: MELANOMA
Moderator: Myles Cockburn
007 Melanoma Under-Reporting: How Big is the Problem and How Do We Fix It?
Christina Clarke (Northern California Cancer Center)
Section D: DATA RELEASE
Moderator: Peggy Adamo
019 How Should We Evaluate and Explain Health Risk?
Herman R. Menck (Los Angeles Cancer Surveillance Program)
Section E: EFFICIENCIES IN REGISTRY OPERATIONS
Moderator: Rich Pinder
022 SEER*ABS Abstracting Tool:
Fabian Depry (Information Management Services, Inc.)
Section F: INFORMATICS
Moderator: Jim Martin
028 The New World of Standard Electronic Pathology (E-Path) Reporting
Eric B. Durbin (Kentucky Cancer Registry, University of Kentucky)
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

CONCURRENT SESSION 2

Section A: QUALITY CONTROL
Moderator: Donna Morell
031 Electronic Auditing – Developing the Recoding Audit Module in Eureka
Kyle L. Ziegler (California Cancer Registry/Public Health Institute)
Section B: CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY
Moderator: Les Mery
040 Improving Occupation Information in Central Cancer Registries for Use in Occupational Cancer Surveillance
Rosemary Cress (Public Health Institute, California Cancer Registry)
Section C: DATA LINKAGE
Moderator: Hanna Weir
042 Using Link Plus to De-Duplicate Your Call-For-Data File
David K. O’Brien (Alaska Cancer Registry)
Section D: SURVIVAL
Moderator: Daixin Yin
048 Patterns of Brain Tumor Incidence and Survival in U.S. Adolescents and Young Adults
Therese Dolecek (CBTR US, University of Illinois and Chicago)
Section E: TRAINING AND EDUCATION
Moderator: Mignon Dryden
051 Growing Your Own CTRs Online
Lillian Antonelli, April Fritz (Santa Barbara City College)
055 NAACCR 101
Shannon Vann, Jim Hofferkamp (NAACCR, Inc.)
Section F: ELECTRONIC PATHOLOGY REPORTING
Moderator: Dan Curran
057 Progress in Automated Synoptic Reporting
George Cernile (Artificial Intelligence in Medicine)
058 The College of American Pathologists Electronic Cancer Checklists: Providing a Clear Guide to the New World of Cancer Surveillance
Andrea Pitkus (College of American Pathologists, Diagnostic Intelligence and Health IT)
060 Implementation of CAP Electronic Checklists in the Pathology Practice: Opportunities and Obstacles
Lewis A. Hassell (University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Department of Pathology)

THURSDAY, JUNE 18

8:30 am – 10:00 am

CONCURRENT SESSION 3

Section A: EFFICIENCIES IN REGISTRY OPERATIONS
Moderator: Susan Gershman
065 Integrating Central and Hospital Registry Functions to Improve Timeliness and Data Quality
David K. Rousseau (Hospital Association of Rhode Island, Rhode Island Cancer Registry)
Section B: DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY/TRENDS
Moderator: Cyllene Morris
066 Gastric Cancer in the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Public Database
George W. Dombi (Karmanos Cancer Institute of Wayne State University)
Section C: NOVEL USES OF REGISTRY DATA
Moderator: Monica Brown
073 Using the Cancer Registry to Augment Clinical Information in a Biobank
Darlene Dale (Princess Margaret Hospital)
074 Visualizing Patient Care Patterns
Andrew Murphy (Eastern Cancer Registration and Information Centre)
Section D: CERVICAL CANCER SURVEILLANCE
Moderator: Reda Wilson
077 Collection of Cervical Carcinoma In Situ in Michigan
Glenn Copeland (Michigan Department of Community Health)
079 The Feasibility of Routine Surveillance of Precancerous Cervical Lesions in Louisiana
Tara N. Ruhlen (Louisiana Tumor Registry, Louisiana State University, Health Sciences Center, School of Public Health [Epidemiology Program])
080 Recent Trends in HPV-Associated Cancers in Women
Meg Watson (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control)
Section E: REGISTRY OPERATIONS
Moderator: Cynthia Creech
083 Studies Tracking: Managing Patient Contact Studies at a Central Registry
Antoinette M. Stroup (Utah Cancer Registry, University of Utah)
085 The Creation of a Canadian Limited-Use Data File
Les Mery (Canadian Partnership Against Cancer)
Section F: INFORMATICS
Moderator: Sandy Thames
086 PostgreSQL and PostGIS Showcase
Rich Pinder (USC School of Medicine; Los Angeles Cancer Surveillance Program)
089 NAACCR CDA Pilot Project – The California Experience
Barry Gordon (California Cancer Registry and the Public Health Institute)
10:30 am – 12:00 pm

CONCURRENT SESSION 4

Section A: MORTALITY DATA
Moderator: Shannon Vann
Section B: SPATIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
Moderator: Jean Ewing
100 Residential Movement Between Cancer Diagnosis and Death
Recinda Sherman (Florida Cancer Data System, University of Miami Miller Medical School)
Section C: INNOVATIVE METHODS
Moderator: Mary Lewis
101 Accessing Quality of Geocoded Data
Recinda Sherman (Florida Cancer Data System, University of Miami Miller Medical School)
103 SEER Case Consolidation Study: Design and Objective
Lois A. Dickie (National Cancer Institute, SEER)
104 Patient-Centered, Event-Oriented Model for Cancer Surveillance and Research Applications
Jack Golabek (Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Inc.)
Section D: CANCER DISPARITIES
Moderator: Rosemary Cress
107 Reclassification of Ethnicity in the Massachusetts Cancer Registry, 2000-2006
Susan Gershman (Massachusetts Department of Public Health [Cancer Registry])
Section E: CANCER SURVEILLANCE IN THE FUTURE
Moderator: Maureen MacIntyre
114 Early Identification of Patients for Clinical Trials and Special Studies with Custom Metafile
Alan R. Houser (C/NET Solutions, Public Health Institute)
115 Tumor Marker Phenotype Concordance in Multiple Primary Breast Cancer, California, 1999-2004
Monica Brown (California Cancer Registry, Public Health Institute)
Section F: CANCER SURVEILLANCE
Moderator: Brenda Hofer
120 Feasibility Study of HER2 Data Collection by SEER Registries
Marsha Reichman (National Cancer Institute)
1:45 pm – 3:30 pm

PLENARY SESSION 4

 NAACCR SHOWCASE OF CANCER INFORMATICS AND INTEROPERABILITY COLLABORATION
Plenary Session Moderator: Lori Havener
1:45 pm – 2:15 pm  NAACCR and caBIG Interoperability
Lewis Frey, PhD; University of Utah
2:45 pm – 3:15 pm Transforming Registries: Registry Informatics and C-Change
Nan Stroup, Sandy Thames, Natasha Tighman-Bryant
3:15 pm – 3:30 pm Invitation to the 2010 Meeting
Les Mery

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