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Revised Common Rule
The revised Common Rule (effective January 21, 2019) is designed to strengthen protections for study participants and lighten administrative workloads for researchers and IRBs alike. These changes impact how research studies involving linkage with cancer registries, like those managed through NAACCR’s Virtual Pooled Registry, will be reviewed and processed across the country. NAACCR has partnered with the HHS Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) to share information on the revised Common Rule, such as when research involving registries requires IRB review and the impact of the changes on research covered by the revised regulations. Intended Audience: State/University IRBs and staff from central cancer registries involved in linking with research studies and releasing coded cancer data for matched cases.
Informatics Tools and Processes for the XML Data Exchange StandardRecorded On: 07/22/2020
The XML webinar will be covering NAACCR XML Informatics Tools and Processes to prepare the NAACCR community for 2021. We will have 4 presentations from several software vendors and central registries that have either already made the transition to XML or are about to finish and would like to share their software, tips, and techniques with the NAACCR community.
Topics in AI/AN Cancer SurveillanceRecorded On: 05/20/2020
AI/AN people experience a different burden of cancer than their non-Native counterparts. This webinar will discuss current issues in AI/AN cancer surveillance, and present research that aims to describe and understand cancer among Indigenous peoples in the US and Canada.
NAACCR Best Practices: Recruitment and Retention ToolkitRecorded On: 05/06/2020
This webinar will introduce attendees to the new NAACCR Recruitment and Retention Toolkit. The purpose of the Toolkit is to provide central cancer registries (CCRs) with proven strategies for attracting and retaining qualified staff. The Toolkit was developed by the NAACCR Professional Development Steering Committee from best practices submitted by CCRs throughout North America. Every CCR is unique, with its own recruitment and retention challenges. Consequently, no one strategy will suit the needs of every CCR, so the NAACCR R&R Toolkit contains a variety of resources to choose from and customize to meet the specific needs of the registry. The Toolkit is available at https://www.naaccr.org/recruitment-retention-toolkit/.
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