FLccSC: (“Flossie”) is a learning management system full of educational opportunities! It is currently funded by NPCR and was developed under a grant to the Florida and South Carolina central registries. It gives you access to recorded educational webinars from MCR, NAACCR and NPCR as well as educational resources from other state registries. Because it is national, it can also give us access to future resources developed by other states that sign on to this new system and share their training materials.
To start, click the box on the bottom right to “Submit your Registration” by creating a profile and password. Jennifer Sedovic will get that info and approve any registrar who lives or works in Missouri.
After that approval, you should be able to enter the site, choose from available courses, enroll, and enter the webinars. Some have quizzes and many carry CEUs. It issues certificates of completion and tracks your completed courses on a list, making it easier to enter that info on the NCRA CE website. There is a User’s Manual. The Help button sends messages to the Florida website programmer re: website problems or desired enhancements. Jennifer can also answer your questions about content. There is a report function that tabulates quiz results should you want documentation for your manager.
Watch the What’s New section of our website for future course additions.
ZOOM Webinars: The MCR-ARC has begun presenting topics of interest using ZOOM. While we are not currently offering CEs for these presentations, the information should be very helpful in your day-to-day registry work. We plan to explore the option of offering CEs in the future. To view previously recorded sessions, go directly to our Zoom Webinars page.
Fundamentals of Abstracting Workshop: is a day and a half course held at the offices of the Missouri Cancer Registry and Research Center in Columbia, MO. This class is geared toward new abstractors who are not familiar with the abstracting process and is free of charge. Students use Abstract Plus to work through cases using the MCR-ARC Abstract Code Manual. For those not familiar with abstracting and the MCR-ARC required fields, this is a great place to start. The next workshop is scheduled for March 23-24, 2020. To ensure your place, be sure to register here by March 9.
MCR has a YouTube channel! MCR staff has created a YouTube presentation on How to Code Missouri Required SSDI’s: Brain, Liver, Melanoma, Plasma Cell Myeloma & Plasma Cell Disorders. At just 24 minutes long, you can quickly review how to code Brain Molecular Markers for Brain, Fibrosis Score for Liver, Breslow Tumor Thickness & LDH Pretreatment Lab Value for Melanoma and LDH Pretreatment Lab Value for Plasma Cell Myeloma & Plasma Disorders. If you have ideas for other issues that can be addressed as short topics and presented in this manner, send your feedback and suggestions to Jennifer Sedovic at email@example.com.
MCR Facebook page: Like/Follow us on Facebook to stay informed on the latest news, promotions, events and updates from our Registry as well as information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
NAACCR 2019 Central Registry Webinars and Recordings: The Missouri Cancer Registry and Research Center is hosting the NAACCR Cancer Registry and Surveillance Webinar Series for 2019-2020. All webinars will be held at MCR-ARC's offices in Clark Hall. Meetings are typically three hours in length and scheduled for the first Thursday of each month from 8am to 11am. To request login information for recorded sessions, or to view complete schedule and further details, go to our Education
County-specific Data: The latest data (2012-2016) for Missouri counties is now available for viewing or download. To view or download information for a specific county or counties and data selection criteria, go directly to our County-level Data page or click on link above.
2018 American Cancer Society Statistics: This annual report provides the estimated numbers of new cancer cases and deaths in 2018, as well as current cancer incidence, mortality, and survival statistics and information on cancer symptoms, risk factors, early detection, and treatment. Also available for viewing on our Data page.