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Abstracts cancer registry data, in an efficient and accurate manner, which involves coding and entering patient specific information into the cancer registry database. Incumbents are responsible for collecting, analyzing and reporting data regarding cancer diagnosis, stage, treatment, and outcomes. Work includes follow-up of all patients with a malignancy diagnosis. Work also involves supporting the Tumor Board, the Regional Cancer Program, and physicians and staff.
Work requires knowledge of all aspects of oncology data collection and case abstracting, sufficient to identify and abstract patient data relating to a malignancy diagnosis. Per regulatory requirements, abstracting must be performed by a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR).
Education/Work Experience Requirements:
Education/experience necessary to meet the requirements for certification by the National Cancer Registrars Association that demonstrates attainment of the requisite job knowledge skills/abilities which is either:
(1) Successful completion of an NCRA Accredited Formal Education Associate’s Degree Program
(2) Successful completion of an NCRA Accredited Formal Education Certificate Program and successful completion of a minimum of an Associate’s degree [or equivalent (60 college credits)].
AND EXPERIENCE: Successful completion of 160 hours of work practicum in a CTR-staffed Cancer Registry.
Successful completion of a minimum of an Associate’s degree [or equivalent (60 college credits)] including, or in addition to, 2 semesters of ‘Human Anatomy and Human Physiology’ college-level coursework.
AND EXPERIENCE: 1,950 hours (equivalent to one year) full-time or equivalent experience in the Cancer Registry field.
Current Certified Tumor Registrar certification by the National Cancer Registrars Association is required and must be continually maintained in good standing.
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