The application of collaborative stage and varied informatics standards can be a challenge to implementers. To support the adoption of these clinical and informatics standards, the Partnership has arranged a number of knowledge transfer sessions.

Staging Standards
Session Name Presenter
Collaborative Stage Version 2, Lessons Learned Mary Potts, Cancer Surveillance System, and Fred Hutchinson, Cancer Registry
Union for International Cancer Control 7th edition TNM changes Dr. James Brierley, Princess Margaret Hospital
Education Session on Cancer Staging: TNM and Collaborative Stage Dr. James Brierley, Princess Margaret Hospital
Electronic Tools, EHRs, and Data Repositories
Session Name Presenter
Overview of e-MaRC and Recent Enhancements Gemma Lee, Cancer Care Ontario
New Brunswick: One Patient, One Record Suzanne Leonfellner, New Brunswick Cancer Network Department of Health
Overview of the CCO Pilot with Ontario Laboratories Information System to Extract Lab Data for its Collaborative Staging Project Lisa Milgram, Cancer Care Ontario
Electronic Medical Record Pilot Site Lessons Learned Patricia Sullivan-Taylor, Canadian Institute for Health Information
Synoptic Surgical Reporting Dr. Walley Temple, Alberta Health Services
New Brunswick Cancer Registry: Information Sharing and Demonstration Suzanne Leonfellner, New Brunswick Cancer Network Department of Health
CCO’s Collaborative Staging Project Lisa Milgram and Gemma Lee, Cancer Care Ontario
Canada Health Infoway Strategy Update George Power, Canada Health Infoway
Camtasia for Cancer Registry Education Mary Potts and Chris Poon, SeattlePuget Sound SEER Cancer Registry
Informatics Standards Presentations
Session Name Presenter
Introduction to SNOMED CT Beverly Knight, Canada Health Infoway
More About CDC Registry Plus Tools Gemma Lee, Cancer Care Ontario
Introduction to LOINC Lorie Carey, Canada Health Infoway

Please note: Education Sessions are viewable as Windows Media Files (WMV). You may need to download Windows Media Player onto your system. Apple users can download the Windows Media Player for Mac OS X.

 

Last updated: October 21, 2013