2016 Poster Presentations

2016 Poster Presentations

2016 NAACCR Annual Conference Poster Presentations


Note: Not all poster presentations were submitted in digital format. Those that were are listed below. Click on the abstract name to view the poster.

Poster NumberAbstract NumberAbstract Name
P-013455Colorectal Cancer Predictors and Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Adults Aged 50-64 Years, 2007-2011, Georgia
P-023457Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology of Body Organ Masses with Histopathological Correlation: A Five Years & Five Months Study in Tikrit City- Iraq
P-033466County-Level Racial/Ethnic Disparities of Lung Adenocarcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma in the United States, 2004-2012
P-043471Designing an all-purpose base map for presenting North American cancer data
P-053491The relationship between breast cancer incidence, mammography and income in New York State
P-063497Length of central cancer registry operations: effect on multiple primary cancers and survival estimates
P-073498Multiple primary cancers in the United States, 2007-2011
P-083504Incidence and survival results from the Cancer in Young People in Canada (CYP-C) surveillance system
P-103518The Burden of Cancer and Benign Brain Tumors among Massachusetts Residents Reported with Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C from 2002-2012
P-113537Description of Brain and Central Nervous System Tumors on the National Cancer Data Base, 2004-2011
P-123542A comparison of cause-specific survival with relative-survival for the most common cancers in Taiwan
P-133544Impact of Cancer Incidence Reporting Delay on Relative Survival Analysis
P-143556Trends in Incidence of Tobacco-Related Cancers in New Jersey by Sex and Race, 1979-2013
P-153558Development and implementation of a novel web-based application integrating cancer registry data into survivorship care plans
P-163563Data Reports: They Can Always Get What They Want
P-173565Cancer in Ontario: A review of current and historical cancer statistics, 1981-2016
P-183577Using Registry Data to Increase Palliative Care Referrals
P-193580Risk of Developing Colorectal Cancer after Surviving a Female Specific Cancer in Puerto Rico
P-203587Understanding Theories of Cancer in Population Cancer Surveillance
P-213588Using NAACCR Survival Tables to Look at Deaths
P-223589Establish if the use of bio-marker testing has increased and the impact on treatment over time
P-233599Incidence and Mortality Trends of Colorectal Cancer in Puerto Rico: 1987–2012
P-243600Rising Thyroid Cancer in Puerto Rico, 1987-2013: Access, Excess, or What?
P-253604Emergency presentation and short-term survival among colorectal cancer patients enrolled in the Government Health Plan of Puerto Rico
P-263613Cancer treatment delay statistics for six major types of cancer in the state of Missouri
P-273615Descriptive Epidemiology of Breast Cancers among Take Charge! Screenings, Oklahoma, 2004-2013
P-283616Obesity, Tobacco and Esophageal Adenocarcinoma in Ohio
P-293621The Association Between Physical Activity and Depression Among Cancer Survivors Residing in Brazil
P-303625Missouri Thyroid Nodule Electronic Database MU-TNED Long-term study of thyroid nodules
P-313495New Jersey Goes QuaCRs! Improving the Quality, Completeness and Timeliness of Hospital Reporting to the Central Registry Using Hospital Quality Reports
P-323502Parallel observational studies in a post-marketing setting assessing the incidence of osteosarcoma among teriparatide users versus a comparator group of nonusers by linking state cancer registry data to data from two large pharmacy claims databases
P-333505Operations and Preliminary Results of a Linkage of Cancer Registry Data and HIV Data
P-343509Comparing Electronic, Synoptic Pathology Reports to Traditional Narrative Pathology Reports
P-353513Tumour Stream Identification from Optical Character Recognition of Faxes
P-363516California Meaningful Use Data Reporting Update
P-373520Completeness of Source-level Data Items Based on Type of Source
P-383532Innovative Approach to Improve Completeness of Treatment in Cancer Registry Data
P-393547Using geographic information systems to analyze data to expand the reach of the Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (IN-BCCP)
P-403553The Argument for Collecting Abstracting Relationships from Reporting Facilities
P-413559Try and Try Again: Early Experience with Meaningful Use Registration and Reporting, Utah
P-423560Methods for Batch Estimation of Attribute Association Error Probability (WITHDRAWN FROM JUDGING)
P-433567Improving Collection of Data Pertaining to Alcohol and Tobacco Use (WITHDRAWN FROM JUDGING)
P-443573California’s Efforts to Reach Automated Visual Editing
P-453575Utilizing Registry Plus™ Web Plus as a Gateway to Electronic Reporting: Improving Efficiencies at the New Jersey State Cancer Registry
P-463585Effective Enhancements: Use of Tools for Monitoring Completeness of Cancer Reporting in Maryland
P-473601Automated Linkage: Creating a New Tumor for an Existing Patient
P-483605Warning! Is it really a DCO?
P-493607Death Clearance: Single vs Multiple Causes of Death
P-503612Meaningful Use, Electronic Physician Reporting, and the Texas Cancer Registry
P-513619Impact of Cancer Cases Reported by the Veterans Affairs Central Cancer Registry to the Ohio Cancer Incidence Surveillance System on Completeness of Reporting
P-523624Industry and Occupation Data from Registry and Death Certificates
P-533626Trend Analysis of the National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) Program Evaluation Instrument (PEI) for the Years 2007-2015
P-543623Feasibility and Utility of Processing Pathology Reports in eMaRC Plus: A Graduate Research Assistant’s Perspective on a Pilot Study
P-553628Feasibility and Utility of Processing Pathology Reports in eMaRC Plus: Missouri Cancer Registry (MCR) Management’s Perspective on a Pilot Study Conducted by a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA)
P-563629Creating a Global Updates Script Library to Use for Data Quality Control: Gateway to Process Improvement for the Missouri Cancer Registry and Research Center (MCR-ARC)

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