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EPAAC WP9 Satellite Meeting State of Art of Methods for the Analysis of Population-Based Cancer Data Ispra, 22 -23 January 2014 - Presentations available!

Statistical methods for descriptive analysis of population-based cancer data have considerably progressed, also due to the increasing availability of cancer registries data. Objective of this Meeting was to review the present status of statistical methods for the analysis of population-based data. Please click on the links below to view the Agenda and Presentations given at the Meeting:

EPAAC WP9 Satellite Meeting: State of Art of Methods for the Analysis of Population-Based Cancer Data. Ispra, 22 -23 January 2014

Please find the Agenda for the meeting hereThe participants are invited to fill-in the web-based JRC Events Registration System:https://jrc-meeting-registration.jrc.ec.europa.eu/

The Proposal for European Cancer Information System (ECIS)

We are proud to present the proposal for European Cancer Information System (ECIS). This updated version was created as a result of Work Package 9 (Information and Data) disccussions with EUROCARE, ENCR, IARC, OECI, JRC and DG SANCO and is in line with the EU health strategies of recent years.The ECIS proposal will be presented at the coming EPAAC OPEN FORUM in Rome, on 19- 20th June, and a specific open session on Cancer Information & Data is scheduled on June 20th between 14:00 – 18:00.To see the ECIS proposal please click here. To see the Annex of t...

Cancer Data and Information

European funded projects, such as EUROCHIP and EUROCOURSE, have identified the priority information needed to support policy action on cancer control. Such information is however still far from being available at a Europe-wide level. The main objective of this Work Package is to build a comprehensive cancer information system for the European Union.The WP will bring together the main actors involved in the provision and the use of cancer information: national and regional governmental institutions, cancer registries, research institutes, international institutes, European networks, patient associations, media and citizens representatives. During the second year a...