Survey Course: Understanding Population-Based Cancer Registries Course

Introduction to Cancer Registries and Cancer Surveillance

  1. Public Health Surveillance Introduction & Fundamentals
  2. Establishing an Effective Population-based Cancer Registry System

Registry Operations

  1. Casefinding
  2. Follow-up
  3. Data Editing
  4. Record consolidation
  5. Death clearance

Registry Management

  1. Registry Development
  2. Data Quality and Completeness
  3. Ethics & confidentiality
  4. Data Management – IT resources
    1. Module 1 - Course Introduction
    2. Module 2 - Managing Central Registry's Data
    3. Module 3 - Infrastructure
    4. Module 4 - Security
    5. Module 5 - Electronic Documents and Standards
    6. Module 6 - Interoperability
    7. Module 7 - Registry of the Future
    8. Module 8 - Course Summary

Uses of Population-Based Registry Data

  1. Calculation and Assessment of Survival Rates
  2. Calculation and Assessment of Cancer Incidence
  3. Using Central Cancer Registry Data for Cancer Control and Cancer Research

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Public Health Surveilance
Establishing An Effective Population-Based Cancer Registry System
Casefinding
Follow-Up
Data Edits
Record Consolidation
Death Clearance
Registry Development
Data Quality & Completeness
Ethics Confidentiality
Data Management - IT Resources
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Data Management - IT Resources_Module 8
Survival
Incidence
Using Central Cancer registry Data for Cancer Control and Cancer Research