A new study published today in the Lancet Oncology presents the cancer prevalence estimates for 2020, by country, in Europe. This new set of data, hosted in the… more
Vacancy position as Head of Research and Analysis / Senior Lecturer, UCC This is a permanent and senior role within the National Cancer Registry of Ireland (NCRI). Deadline for applications: 19th February 2024. For more information, please consult the… more
The ENCR has a newly appointed Steering Committee for the period 2024-2026. The handover took place on the occasion of the 78th ENCR SC meeting, on 1 February 2024.
The report about European Cancer Registries was compiled by Dr. Vesna Zadnik, Slovenian Cancer Registry - as European representative in the IACR board after surveying the individual European cancer registries, as well as national and regional networks in Europe about their activities over the past… more
Objectives Important information Presentation OBJECTIVES In the past months the ENCR recommendations on the coding of the incidence date and the basis of diagnosis were updated.
The International Association of Cancer Registries (IACR) launched the 2022 Virtual Scientific Conference. Save these dates: 8-10 November 2022. More information is available here.  
Objectives Important information Presentation OBJECTIVES Although most cancer cases are still pathologically confirmed novel techniques including cytogenetics and molecular diagnostics are increasingly used.
The research unit SESSTIM and its partners of the Challenges in the Estimation of Net SURvival (CENSUR) working survival Group offers an advanced course on statistical methods for excess risk analysis, at Corte, Université de Corse (France) from July 4th to 8th, 2022.
Last November 30th the Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation hosted the online symposium of the Netherlands Cancer Registry. The symposium focused on how to improve cancer care and prevention with insights from cancer registries. Cancer registries are the fuel for Europe’s… more
JRC and ENCR organised on 5-6 June 2019 a training on Cancer Registry Data Coding at the JRC, Ispra, Italy. The agenda is available more
The course Statistical methods and recent advances in statistical methods for excess risk analysis will be held at Corte, Université de Corse (France) from 8-12 July 2019. This course is devoted to biostatisticians, statisticians, epidemiologists, researchers and students working in a registry of… more
The European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC), the ENCR and EUROCARE organised a training on basic statistical analysis of cancer registry data from 5-6 June 2018 at the JRC Ispra, Italy. The aim of this course was to support the analysis of cancer registry data by describing the… more
The training on data coding, was organised jointly by the ENCR Steering Committee and the European Commission Joint Research Centre. The aim was to improve comparability and harmonisation, particularly on coding topography/morphology and stage.… more
JRC and ENCR organised on 3-4 May 2017 a training on Cancer Data Collection and Comparability with one day devoted to issues related to data collection, and the second day to quality aspects of data analysis. A specific session on childhood cancer registration was included. Basic principle… more
22-23 January 2014, Ispra (Italy) JRC hosted the EPAAC WP9 Satellite Meeting "State of Art of Methods for the Analysis of Population-Based Cancer Data". Statistical methods for descriptive analysis of population-based cancer data have considerably progressed, also due to the increasing… more
The JRC and the ENCR organised the 2016 ENCR Scientific Meeting and General Assembly, from 5-7 October in Baveno, Italy. The purpose of this bienial meeting was for European cancer registries to share research findings, discuss cancer registration issues, exchange ideas and best practices,… more
31 August- 2 September 2016, London, UK This conference is co-organised by the Cancer Survival Group and the Centre for Statistical Methodology and will focus on three themes of time-to event analyses, all of which concentrate on population based data and translational epidemiology: Recent… more
1-4 November 2015, Liverpool (UK) The NCRI Cancer Conference will highlight the latest basic, translational and clinical cancer research. More information on the conference website.