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Arizona Cancer Registry

Registrar Training

General Information

SEER Training
Designed for beginning registrars.

Hematopoietic & Lymphoid Neoplasm Online Training
Includes 13 presentations for the hematopoietic and lymphoid neoplasms project. New reportability rules went into effect for cases diagnosed beginning January 1, 2010. Each presentation includes a quiz testing key concepts. The National Cancer Registrars Association has approved the presentations for continuing education units. The presentations are located at the National Cancer Institute SEER Program.

Cyber Cancer Registry
Interactive virtual registry system that develops and assesses the skills of registry personnel. The site includes exercises in core areas of cancer registry operations and gives immediate feedback to the user. The Cyber Cancer Registry is included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) training web site.

NPCR Education and Training Series
NPCR Education and Training Series (NETS) is a series of self-paced modules containing slide presentations with accompanying detailed notes and exercises. CE’s are not available. Even though the description states that the NETS is designed for trainers, anyone can access the information. The series are located on the CDC NPCR training web site.

How to Collect High Quality Cancer Surveillance Data

2007 Training for the Multiple Primary and Histology Coding Rules
Basic and advanced training is provided using several formats: power point slides, web casts and web cast transcripts. Includes training on general instructions and each of the covered sites. Exercises are included. CTR’s may obtain CE’s for participation. There are two sets of webcasts, "The Fundamentals" and "Beyond the Basics." The training is provided on the National Cancer Institute SEER web site.