The 69th ENCR Steering Committee meeting took place on 17 January 2019. A summary of the minutes is available here.
The ENCR Steering Committee endorses and encourages the active Use of the published Toronto Childhood Cancer Stage Guidelines by Cancer Registries. Tumour-specific staging systems have been developed over many years. However, for many childhood cancers, more than one system is in use for the same… more
The Group for Cancer Epidemiology and Registration in Latin Language Countries - GRELL, established in 1976, promotes epidemiological cancer research, mainly through the registration of cases in geographically defined populations. GRELL is organising the 2019 edition of its Ascension annual meeting… 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
JRC-ENCR Workshop - Complementing the incidence indicators in ECIS with national estimates for countries without a national registry.
The 2018 ENCR Scientific Meeting and General Assembly is organised jointly by the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the ENCR Steering Committee, with the support from the Danish Cancer Registry and the Danish Cancer Society.
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
IARC, Lyon (France), 25 to 29 November 2013 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… more
Izmir (Turkey), 30 September to 4 October 2013 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-… 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
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