A new report was recently published by the EC Joint Research Centre in collaboration with the ENCR Steering Committee on Common Data Quality Check procedure for European Cancer Registries. The checks included in this report are implemented in the validation of the data submitted by European Cancer… more
Population-based overall survival rates for childhood cancer vary across geographical regions within and outside Europe; this variation could be at least partly explained by differences in tumour stage at diagnosis. The International Benchmarking of Childhood Cancer Survival by Stage, also called… more
The stage at diagnosis is one of the most important predictors for cancer survival. TNM stage is constructed from T (tumor size), N (nodal spread), and M (distant metastasis) components. In many notifications to cancer registries, TNM information is incomplete with unknown N and/or M. We aimed to… more
A new publication was published in the journal Frontiers in Oncology by the members of the ENCR working group on cancer treatment and harmonisation. Publication available for download.
The ENCR Steering Committee endorsed the new recommendation on Standard dataset for European Cancer Registries, concluding the work initiated by the Working group. Translation is available in Spanish. More information.
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 Beating Cancer… more
The Comprehensive Cancer Organisation Netherlands (IKNL) invites all European Cancer Registries interested for an online symposium on the 30th of November.
The ENCR Scientific Meeting 2021 will be organised virtually this year, over three half-days.
The ENCR Scientific meeting will turn virtual in 2021 with three half-days on 16-17-18 November. We will soon publish the topics and dates for abstracts submission and conference registration.
Agenda Presentations The course was organised by the Cluj Regional Cancer Registry with the support from the EC Joint Research Centre and the ENCR Steering Committee. It provided basic knowledge on methods for data collection, coding,… more
  The course had around 80 participants attending from 26 countries. The presentation from the course is available… more
School offers introductory and advanced courses in medical statistics and epidemiology, and their application to clinical and etiology research and public health. It is meant to provide researchers, physicians, and health professionals with insight into available analytical tools for planning… more
The training was organised by the JRC, ENCR, IARC and the Slovenian Cancer Registry. JRC and ENCR were responsible for the training on 21-22 Nov, the agenda is available here. PRESENTATIONS Session Title Presenter Session 1… more
This 14th annual short course will take place at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). The faculty will include internationally renowned experts in the field of cancer survival analysis and methods, and 20 researchers in the Cancer Survival Group. The main topics include… more
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Given the current uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, all the ENCR events during 2021 will be organised as virtual events. Several trainings will be delivered during the first half of the year while the Scientific Conference will be organised during the second half of the year. More… more
In the face of the evolving pandemic, the 2020 Scientific Conference, IACR (International Association of Cancer Registries) in  Noumea, New Caledonia will not go ahead. More information is available… more
Important information The ENCR Scientific Meeting and General Assembly is a bi-annual event bringing together cancer registries in Europe. The next Scientific Meeting is organised under the overarching topic "… more
The IACR (International Association of Cancer Registries) and the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR) organise a combined conference of NAACCR and IACR. The conference will take place 9–13 June  2019, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Registration is now open.… 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