NAACCR Online Education
Streamlining the IRB Process with BRANY IRB and Single IRB Review: NCI CIRB initiative for review of studies using the VPR Cancer Linkage SystemContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/25/2021
Webinar Description: This webinar will provide information about the NCI-contracted single (or Central) IRB that will streamline IRB review of studies using the VPR Cancer Linkage System. The Biomedical Research Alliance of New York (BRANY) will describe the single IRB processes, introduce you to their team, and allow time for attendee questions and comments. Intended Audience: This webinar is for central cancer registry staff and their IRBs. We request that registries forward the registration information to their IRB contact(s).
MedMorph New/Improved EHR Reporting and What it Means for My Central Cancer RegistryContains 6 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/02/2021
In this series we intend to inform the central cancer registries about a new EHR reporting initiative and how it is transforming the way EHR data are being reported to public health. Making EHR Data More Available for Research and Public Health (MedMorph) leverages HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), which has been developed and implemented by EHR vendors and is ready for central cancer registries to join the FHIRfight to improve completeness and timeliness.
Informatics Tools and Processes for the XML Data Exchange StandardContains 2 Component(s) Recorded 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.
NAACCR Best Practices: Recruitment and Retention ToolkitContains 2 Component(s) Recorded 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/.
Interstate Data ExchangeContains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/11/2019
This webinar will be an overview of the NAACCR Interstate Data Exchange Guidelines, the National Interstate Data Exchange Agreements, and the National Interstate Data Exchange Application System (N-IDEAS).
Getting Ready for NAACCR XML in 2020Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/27/2019
Starting in 2020, after nearly 30 years of defining a fixed width format for data exchange, NAACCR will be transitioning Volume II of the NAACCR Data Standards and Data Dictionary to an XML based format. This webinar will highlight the readiness of registry software vendors for this important new data standard, as well as explaining the rich set of software resources and technical expertise available to the NAACCR community to make sure this transition to XML is as seamless as possible. This webinar will include presentations from NPCR, SEER, and the NAACCR XML Data Exchange Workgroup. If you are interested in the impact that NAACCR XML will have on your registry or organization and you would like to know the latest news on the XML transition, be sure to attend this webinar.
Registry of the Future Open Forum: Real-Time Reporting Update and DiscussionContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/26/2016
The Assessment of Central Cancer Registry Timeliness and Reporting Standards Task Force present their survey findings for members that were not able to attend the NAACCR Conference Registry of the Future session.
The New Death Clearance Manual: Minimum Requirements and Best Practices for Conducting Death ClearanceContains 1 Component(s)
NAACCR released the newly revised Death Clearance Manual in December 2014 for use beginning with 2013 deaths.
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