Welsh Cancer Intelligence and Surveillance Unit, Knowledge Directorate, Public Health Wales  Location:  Cardiff, Wales, (UK)Salary:  £44,606 to £50,819 per annumWorking pattern:  Full time, 37.5 hours per weekCloses:  17th November 2019 Initially fixed term until 31 March 2021, following which the… more
The IARC/WHO ICD-O Committee has updated the draft ICD-O-3.1 classification, with new morphology codes and terms from the 4th series of WHO Classification of Tumours (Blue Books). The new version… more
A training on Cancer Registry Data for coding topography, morphology and stage took place in Ispra, Italy, on 5-6 June 2019. It had 32 participants from 12 European countries. The presentations from the training are now available at the… more
The JRC-ENCR Quality Check Software has been updated to version 1.8.1 and is now available on the ENCR website. The main updates with respect to QCS version 1.8, released in December 2018, are: • ability to be run also in background. The GUI (… more
A new Ask an Expert section is available now on the ENCR website for members of the cancer registries who wish to submit questions about coding cancer cases. Questions submitted through a dedicated form will be answered by… 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.
The Paediatric Oncology for Cancer Registries is a unique course, organized by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in the framework of the European Network for Cancer Research in Children and Adolescents (ENCCA), a Network of Excellence funded by the European Commission in FP7.… more
The aim of the training is to provide cancer registries staff with an understanding of good practices and procedures to establish/improve their registries and harmonise their process for collection of cancer data. This will facilitate inter-comparative studies on specific cancer types which in turn… more
Training of registry staff helps to increase the quality and comparability of cancer registry data - one of the aims of the ENCR. In order to maintain a standard course content, a core curriculum has been established, based on a collection of previously-used teaching materials. In addition,… more
JRC and ENCR organised on 3-4 May 2017 a training event 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. The course was… more
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