December 2022 NAACCR Call for Data Instructional Webinar

Recorded On: 08/31/2022

It is important that at least one staff person from each central registry attend. This instructional webinar will cover the standard Call for Data process but will highlight critical changes for this year, including new data items and new de-duplication protocol. This webinar will also be recorded.

 
CFD General Timeline:
• Aug 31 CFD Instructional Webinar
• Sept 1st CFD Resources updated on the NAACCR Call for Data Webpage 
• Oct 3rd  NAACCR*Prep released 
• Nov 1st CFD Portal Opened
• Dec  6th NAACCR CFD Due
 

Recinda Sherman, MPH, PhD, CTR

Program Manager of Data Use and Research

NAACCR

Dr. Sherman Program Manager of Data Use & Research, NAACCR received her PhD from University of Miami Miller Medical School and her MPH from Oregon Health & Sciences University. Prior to her role at NAACCR, she worked at the Oregon and Florida registries. 

Jim Hofferkamp

Program Manager of Education and Training

NAACCR

Jim is the NAACCR Program Manager of Education and Training and NAACCR Edits Metafile Administrator

Don Green. BS

Senior Systems Analyst

Information Management Services

Mr. Green has over 30 years of experience with IMS, providing biomedical computing support to the National Cancer Institute. Currently, Mr. Green is the manager that oversees the development of the VPR-CLS web portal and the VPR linkage tool Match*Pro. Mr. Green also manages a group of computer programmers supporting NAACCR products including the CINA publication and CiNA*Explorer. Mr. Green is also the task leader for the NCI's Joinpoint software and has worked as a senior systems analyst for NCI's SEER*Stat, TNM and Collaborative staging.

Will Howe, BS

Senior Programmer/Analyst

Information Management Services

Mr. Howe is a Senior Programmer/Analyst at Information Management Services, Inc. (IMS) and the creator of Match*Pro.  He has over 10 years of experience in conducting record linkages and studying record linkage concepts/theory.

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