NAACCR Webinars

The NAACCR recorded webinars are now available! PACR is pleased to offer our members the opportunity to view the NAACCR recorded webinars from the comfort of your own desktop. You now have the option to view the webinars when and where you choose, without the time needed to travel and without missing valuable time from work. The recorded versions of the webinars are available for the same educational credits as a live webinar.

About NAACCR Hospital Registrar Webinars

The webinars will address a specific site/histology or hospital registry operations issue. Site-specific webinars will include information on anatomy, multiple primary and histology coding rules, collaborative staging, and treatment data items as required by the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) Commission on Cancer (CoC). Didactic exercises will be completed and answers with rationale will be presented. There will also be a question and answer session.

These previously recorded webinars include lectures, quizzes, exercises, and a question and answer session. The same CEs that are available for the live version are available for the recorded version. PACR purchased the webinars to offer our members the opportunity to view the webinars at their desk when and where they choose, without having to travel to a regional site. If you wish to view a webinar as a group, each participant must register for the webinar. Materials for the webinar, including the CE certificate, are downloaded after registration has been received. A log of individuals who register is created during the registration process. This allows PACR to monitor the issuance of CE certificates. Please e-mail the Education Committee Chair at Education@pacr.org if you have additional questions. The webinars are an included benefit of your paid PACR membership.

Technical Requirements:

  • To participate in this webinar, users must have a computer with a sound card and speakers.
  • Due to the file size, the download time may take a few minutes. The download time is faster with the following connection speeds: ISDN, cable modem, DSL.
  • All recordings of the NAACCR Webinar series will be posted using a different file format than we have used in previous series. The recording will be posted in the WebEx Advanced Recording Format (.arf)
    To view the recording you will need to download the .arf player at www.webex.com prior to downloading the recording.To view webinars from previous seasons you will need continue using the .wrf player. The .wrf player is also available at the site above.

Questions?

Please contact education@pacr.org

Currently Available

The webinars are an included benefit of your paid PACR membership.

SessionDate Recorded
Coding Pitfalls 2022

This 3-hour class will address coding dilemmas identified through quality control of registry data and present solutions with rationale for determining the number of primary tumors using the Solid Tumor Rules; assigning ICD-O-3 topography and histology codes using the ICD-O-3 Manual and Solid Tumor Rules; completing the stage of disease data items using AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, 8th Edition and Summary Stage 2020; and completing treatment data items as required by all standard setters.
09/01/2022
Solid Tumor Rules 2022

Correct and consistent cancer counts and quality data are critical to the mission of the cancer registry. To achieve these goals registrars must apply the solid tumor rules uniformly. During this webinar we will review the structure and format of the Solid Tumor Manual.
08/04/2022
Back to the Future: What Year is It and What Did I Miss?

Sarah Morel, CTR
Lisa Landvogt, CTR

This 3-hour class will cover CoC standards compliance as registries prepare for the future. The focus will include ways to track data in your program to meet several of the new CoC standards. A special emphasis will be placed on Standard 6.4: RCRS & Concurrent Abstracting.
07/07/2022
Central Nervous System 2022

This 3-hour class will present the following information for central nervous system, anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
06/02/2022
Colon 2022

This 3-hour class will present the following information for colon: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
05/05/2022
Hematopoietic and Lymphocytic Neoplasms

This 3-hour class will present the following information for hematopoietic and lymphocytic neoplasms: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and coding treatment data items.
04/14/2022
Abstracting and Coding Boot Camp 2022

This 3-hour class will involve completing multiple quizzes that focus on core concepts of casefinding and abstracting. There will be minimal lecture.
3/3/22
Data Item Relationships

This 3-hour class will present information on the relationships between data items. We will focus on when data items should agree as well as instances where data items may not seem to agree. We will primarily look at relationships between stage data items, SSDIs, and treatment fields.
2/3/22
Lung 2022

This 3-hour class will present the following information for lung: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
1/6/22
Treatment 2021 - Part 2
Wilson Apollo, CTR, Radiation Therapist
Jennifer Ruhl, Chair SSDI WG, Public Health Analyst NIH/NCI SEER

This 3-hour class will focus on coding treatment. A special emphasis will be placed on coding radiation and the new data items used to collect neoadjuvant treatment.
12/2/21
Bladder 2021 - Part 2

This 3-hour class will present the following information for bladder: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
11/4/21
Uterus 2021

This 3-hour class will present the following information for uterus: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to code topography and histology; and how to code stage and treatment data items. We will have a special emphasis on coding radiation.
10/7/21
Coding Pitfalls 2021
Janet Vogel, CTR
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3-hour class will address coding dilemmas identified through quality control of registry data and present solutions with rationale for determining the number of primary tumors using the Solid Tumor Rules; assigning ICD-O-3 topography and histology codes using the ICD-O-3 Manual and Solid Tumor Rules; completing the stage of disease data items using AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, 8th Edition and Summary Stage 2018; and completing treatment data items as required by all standard setters.
9/02/21
Breast 2021
Vicki Hawhee, M. Ed, CTR
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for breast: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
8/5/21
Quality in CoC Accreditation
Courtney B. Jagneaux, RHIA, CTR
Erin Weber, CTR

This 3-hour class will cover all of the 2020 Commission on Cancer standards that encompass quality. This includes standards 6.1 Cancer Registry Quality Control, 7.1 Accountability and Quality Improvement Measures, 7.2 Monitoring Concordance with Evidence-Based Guidelines, and 7.3 Quality Improvement Initiative.
7/8/21
Kidney 2021
Denise Harrison, CTR
Louanne Currence, RHIT, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for kidney anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
6/10/21
Pancreas 2021
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for pancreas: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
5/6/21
Larynx 2021
Denise Harrison, CTR
Louanne Currence, RHIT, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for larynx: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them
4/1/21
Abstracting and Coding Boot Camp 2021

Patrick Stevens, CTR
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3-hour class will involve completing multiple quizzes that focus on core concepts of casefinding and abstracting. There will be minimal lecture.
3/4/21
Lymphoma

Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for Lymphomas: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatment
2/4/21
Treatment 2021 - Part 1

Wilson Apollo, CTR, Radiation Therapist
Jennifer Ruhl, Chair SSDI WG, Public Health Analyst NIH/NCI SEER

This 3-hour class will focus on coding treatment. A special emphasis will be placed on coding radiation and the new data items used to collect neoadjuvant treatment.
1/7/21
Thyroid 2020

Melissa Riddle, CTR Trainer and CTR
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for thyroid: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatment.
12/3/20
Lung 2020

Denise Harrison, CTR
Kelli Olsen, MS, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for lung: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
11/5/20
Prostate 2020

Wilson Apollo, CTR, Radiation Therapist
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3-hour class will present the following information for prostate: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatment. We will have a special emphasis on coding radiation.
10/1/20
Coding Pitfalls

Co‐hosts: Janet Vogel, Compliance and Quality Auditor/Educator‐Cancer Registry
himagine solutions, inc.
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class will address coding dilemmas identified through quality control of registry data and present solutions with rationale for determining the number of primary tumors using the Solid Tumor Rules; assigning ICD‐O‐3 topography and histology codes using the ICD‐O‐3 Manual and Solid Tumor Rules; completing the stage of disease data items using AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, 8th Edition and Summary Stage 2018; and completing treatment data items as required by all standard setters.
9/3/20
Corpus Uteri

Denise Harrison & Louanne Currence

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for Corpus Uteri: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
8/6/20
Navigating the 2020 Survey Application Record (SAR)

Cynthia Boudreaux, LPN, CTR, Owner/Consultant CB Professional Abstracting

The Survey Application Record (SAR) is a very important part of the Commission on Cancer Accreditation. Interpreting the standards, and then demonstrating compliance within the confines of the SAR can be challenging. This webinar provides best practices and explanations on how to achieve success both in actions (clinical practice) and on paper.
7/9/20
Esophagus

Tonya Brandenburg, CTR, Kentucky Cancer Registry
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for esophagus: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
6/11/20
Central Nervous System

Denise Harrison and Louanne Currence. Trainers and CTR’s

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for central nervous system: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
5/7/20
Melanoma

Denise Harrison and Louanne Currence. Trainers and CTR’s

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for melanoma: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
4/2/20
Abstracting and Coding Boot Camp: Cancer Case Scenarios

Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class will present case scenarios on multiple sites and histologies. We will abstract and code each scenario; determine the number of primary tumors; code cancer identification, stage of disease, and treatment data items.
3/5/20
SSDI's an In-Depth Look

Jennifer Ruhl, Chair SSDI WG, Public Health Analyst NIH/NCI SEER
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class takes a close look at Site Specific Data Items (SSDI’s). SSDI’s are data item that are only collected for certain sites. We will take a close look at SSDI’s for certain sites. We will look at why the information is important, how the information is collected, and review coding rules for the SSDI’s.
2/6/20
Prostate

Bobbi Matt, BS, RHIT, CTR, State Health Registry of Iowa
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for prostate: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
1/9/20
Base of Tongue

Wilson Apollo, CTR, Radiation Therapist
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for base of tongue: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatment. We will have a special emphasis on coding radiation.
12/5/19
Bladder - Part 2

Iris Chilton, CTR, Alberta Cancer Registry
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for bladder and kidney: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatments and how to code them.
11/7/19
Breast

Wilson Apollo, CTR, Radiation Therapist
Jim Hofferkamp, CTR

This 3‐hour class will present the following information for breast: anatomical information needed to abstract and code the cases; how to determine the number of primary tumors; how to code topography and histology; how to code the stage data items; and the treatment. We will have a special emphasis on coding radiation.
10/3/19

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