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TitleQuality Cancer Data Saves Lives
LanguageEnglish
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Total Pages119
Table of Contents
                            Slide 1 - Quality Cancer Data Saves Lives
Slide 2 - 16 Million Americans
Slide 3 - New Cases of Cancer in 2004
Slide 4 - Cancer in the News
Slide 5 - Survival Rate for all Cancers
Slide 6 - Cancer Registries
Slide 7 - Age- Adjusted Invasive Cancer Incidence Rates
Slide 8 - Goal
Slide 9 - Result (1)
Slide 10 - Result (2)
Slide 11 - Result (3)
Slide 12 - 
Cancer Registries Collect a Wide Range of Information
Slide 13 - Cancer- related Information
Slide 14 - Different Kinds of Cancer Registries
Slide 15 - Detailed Cancer Information
Slide 16 - Hospital Cancer Registry
Slide 17 - State Cancer Registry
Slide 18 - National Cancer Data Base
Slide 19 - Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results Program (1)
Slide 20 - Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results Program (2)
Slide 21 - National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS)/National Vital Statistics System (NVSS)
Slide 22 - National Program of Cancer Registries
Slide 23 - NPCR States
Slide 24 - NPCR is Expanding Efforts (1)
Slide 25 - NPCR is Expanding Efforts (2)
Slide 26 - NPCR is Expanding Efforts (3)
Slide 27 - NPCR is Expanding Efforts (4)
Slide 28 - CDC: National Standards
Slide 29 - NPCR Provides National Leadership to Cancer Registries
Slide 30 - NPCR and SEER Registries Work Collaboratively
Slide 31 - International Association of Cancer Registries
Slide 32 - How Registries Collect Cancer Data
Slide 33 - Uniform Data Collection
Slide 34 - Standard Setting Organizations
Slide 35 - Patient Information
Slide 36 - Abstracting
Slide 37 - Data Sources
Slide 38 - Embracing Technology
Slide 39 - A National Framework
Slide 40 - History of Cancer Information
Slide 41 - Earliest Known Descriptions of Cancer
Slide 42 - 1629 to 1839
Slide 43 - 1923 First U.S. Cancer Registry Launched
Slide 44 - 1932 to 1956
Slide 45 - 1971 70 1974
Slide 46 - 1974 to 1983
Slide 47 - 1990 NAACCR Established
Slide 48 - 1992 to 1996
Slide 49 - The Flow of Cancer Information: A Case Study
Slide 50 - Diagnosis to Treatment (1)
Slide 51 - Diagnosis to Treatment (2)
Slide 52 - Diagnosis to Treatment (3)
Slide 53 - Diagnosis to Treatment (4)
Slide 54 - Diagnosis to Treatment (5)
Slide 55 - Diagnosis to Treatment (6)
Slide 56 - Cancer Information is Used to Improve Prevention, Research, and Care
Slide 57 - Cancer Information is Used in Thousands of Ways
Slide 58 - Evaluate Efficacy of Treatment Modalities
Slide 59 - Cancer Surveillance
Slide 60 - Report Cancer Incidence as Required
Slide 61 - Trends in Five- Year Relative Survival Rates
Slide 62 - Cancer Prevention Activities
Slide 63 - Analyze Referral Patterns
Slide 64 - Allocate Resources
Slide 65 - Develop Educational Programs
Slide 66 - Body of Knowledge
Slide 67 - Kentucky
Slide 68 - Arizona
Slide 69 - Minnesota
Slide 70 - Kansas
Slide 71 - New York
Slide 72 - Accuracy and Privacy
Slide 73 - Inaccurate Data
Slide 74 - National Data Only as Good as State and Local Data
Slide 75 - Ensuring Accuracy is a Team Effort
Slide 76 - Privacy Concerns are Paramount
Slide 77 - Cancer Registrars: A Challenging Career
Slide 78 - High Quality Data Results from Trained Specialists
Slide 79 - Cancer Registrars Record, Find and Interpret Data
Slide 80 - Cancer Registrar Must Have Comprehensive Knowledge
Slide 81 - Education
Slide 82 - Health Care Team
Slide 83 - Beyond Data Collection (1)
Slide 84 - Beyond Data Collection (2)
Slide 85 - Beyond Data Collection (3)
Slide 86 - Key Players in Ensuring Quality Health Care (1)
Slide 87 - Key Players in Ensuring Quality Health Care (2)
Slide 88 - How Does One Become a Cancer Registrar?
Slide 89 - Formal Education Programs
Slide 90 - Higher Education
Slide 91 - NCRA's Requirements for Approval
Slide 92 - Other Educational Opportunities
Slide 93 - Certification of Cancer Registrars
Slide 94 - Certification Ensures Quality Results
Slide 95 - Additional Benefits: Certification
Slide 96 - CTR Credential
Slide 97 - Eligibility Requirements for Certification
Slide 98 - CTR Requirements (1)
Slide 99 - CTR Requirements (2)
Slide 100 - CTR Examination Content (1)
Slide 101 - CTR Examination Content (2)
Slide 102 - NCRA's Certification Examination
Slide 103 - NCRA's Council on Certification's Mission
Slide 104 - Continuing Education
Slide 105 - NCRA: Resources for Registrars
Slide 106 - NCRA Represents Cancer Registry Professionals and CTRs
Slide 107 - NCRA Mission Statement (1)
Slide 108 - NCRA Vision Statement (2)
Slide 109 - NCRA Core Values
Slide 110 - What NCRA Offers (1)
Slide 111 - What NCRA Offers (2)
Slide 112 - What NCRA Offers (3)
Slide 113 - Cancer Registry Is a Dynamic Profession (1)
Slide 114 - Cancer Registry Is a Dynamic Profession (2)
Slide 115 - Cancer Registry Is a Dynamic Profession (3)
Slide 116 - Cancer Registry Is a Dynamic Profession (4)
Slide 117 - Cancer Registry Careers are Rewarding
Slide 118 - Cancer Registrars Have Many Career Opportunities
Slide 119 - You and Cancer Registries
                        

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