IARC Technical Reports/Publications
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Planning and Developing Population-Based Cancer Registration in Low- and Middle-Income Settings
IARC Technical Publication No. 43
Authors: F. Bray, A. Znaor, P. Cueva, A. Korir, R. Swaminathan, A. Ullrich, S.A. Wang, and D.M. Parkin
This guidance document provides an overview of the key concepts in cancer registration, covering the steps involved in planning a registry, the sources of information a registry will need to access, methods for ensuring data quality, and how registry results should be reported. It will be of value to those who are seeking to establish a registry or are in the early stages of developing a registry. It covers the major components that need to be thought about when setting up a registry and ensuring that it provides the necessary information for its main stakeholders -especially those involved in cancer control planning.
ISBN (PDF): 978-92-832-2422-8
Standards and Guidelines for Cancer Registration in Europe
IARC Technical Report, No 40
Authors: J.E. Tyczynski, E. Démaret, D.M. Parkin
This is a handbook for cancer registries bringing together all recommendations and guidelines that have been prepared so far by the ENCR Working Groups, as well as recommendations prepared by the International Association of Cancer Registries (IACR) and adapted by the Network. Several appendices provide information on the EUROCIM software and databases, the ACCIS project on childhood cancers, automated registration, and structured registry reviews. The complete address list of the ENCR member registries and a list of selected ENCR publications are also included.
Manual for Cancer Registry Personnel
IARC Technical Report No. 10
Edited by D. Esteban, S. Whelan, A. Laudico, D.M. Parkin
A complete training guide and day-to-day reference for personnel working in population-based cancer registries. Firmly rooted in practical experience, the manual aims to provide all the information needed to help personnel exercise good judgement as well as follow standard procedures of abstracting and coding. Explanations of specific tasks are complemented by numerous reference tables and charts, definitions, exercises, questions and answers, model forms, and examples of typical reports and records. Details range from a flow chart for finding cancer cases in hospitals, through exercises for practice in abstracting and coding, to advice on how to interpret ambiguous terms often used by physicians.
The Origin of the International Agency for Research on Cancer
IARC Technical Report No. 6
Authors: R. Sohier and A.G.B. Sutherland