Developed and presented by members of the NCRA Education Committee, the Registry Best Practice Podcasts and Staging ShortsSeries of audio and visual presentations are intended to help your abstracting process become more efficient and accurate. These audio presentations are short, direct, and easy to understand. The Education Committee welcomes your ideas for topics you would like to hear in the future. Send an email with your ideas to the Committee.
NCRA's Mini-Learning Shorts
The NCRA Education Committee has created a selection of short, 10-minutes or less, presentations to address important points in each of the topics. The presentations are intended for new registrars to help clarify procedure and duties in the registries, and for seasoned registrars, who may need a refresher.
Abstracting Lung Cases in 2019
Grade Solid Primary Tumors 2018
Summary Stage 2018 Overview
Juliet Wilkins, CTR Chair of the NCRA Education Committee, provides a lung case and works through the scenario using the manuals in a most effective way. She provides handy tips and techniques for finding the information needed.
In this session, NCRA Education Committee member, Cari Vida, RHIA, CTR, will discuss the 2018 Grade Rules for solid tumors with a focus on the Pathological Guidelines. Using examples, the presenter will discuss correctly assigning Grade Pathological and review the pathological site-specific notes.
In this presentation, NCRA Education Committee member Susanna Mitchell, CTR, reviews the general rules and updates of Summary Stage (SS) 2018 and provides examples of correctly assigning SS 2018 Stage.
SSDI General Overview
Numbers in the SAR
The presentation provides a thorough review of the general rules of the Site-Specific Data Items (SSDI) and will discuss how to correctly assign an SSF schema.
Jocelyn Hoopes, MLIS, CTR, TTS, presenting on behalf of the NCRA Education Committee, discusses tips and techniques for SAR preparation to help demonstrate that your cancer program is in compliance with the CoC Standards and Eligibility Requirements.
The presentation will define the process of follow up in the cancer registry; its methods, options, and the related CoC Standards.
Quality Control Plan
The presenter will discuss an organized process for casefinding and share resources and best practice tips.
The presenter will discuss the most important aspects of a quality control plan and its implementation in the registry.
Registry Best Practices Podcasts
Developed and presented by members of the NCRA Advanced Education Sub-Committee, the Registry Best PracticeSeries of audio presentations are intended to help your abstracting process become more efficient and accurate. These audio presentations are short, direct, and easy to understand with play times between 2 and 6 minutes.