Webinar: Brain Tumour Registry of Canada: Past, Present & Future

Welcome to the next presentation in the 2019 Brain Tumour Webinar Series.

The 2019 Brain Tumour Webinar Series will feature various webinars throughout the year, which will include topics around research, treatment, advance care planning, young adults living with a brain tumour, personal stories from brain tumour survivors and caregivers, and more. These webinars will replace the English Brain Tumour National Conference.
 

Please note:
 

  • All presentations will run from 2:00pm EST – 2:45pm EST
  • All presentations will be free
  • Presentations may be added periodically. Check this page for updates.
  • You must register for each webinar separately
  • All presentations will be recorded and uploaded to Online Learning.
     

Wednesday, October 9, 2019


Presenter: 
Dr. Faith Davis, Professor, School of Public Health, University of Alberta
Presentation Title: Brain Tumour Registry of Canada: Past, Present & Future
 
Presentation Description: The need for the Brain Tumour Registry of Canada (BTRC) and the new data emerging from BTRC will be presented. These data show occurrence and survival patterns by tumour behavior, histology and population characteristics. Dr. Davis will review the strengths and limitations of registry data in the context of the future for BTRC. It is expected this work will help improve patient care and patient outcomes by supporting health care decision making and research in the Canadian neuro-oncology community.
 
Learning Objectives:

  • Learn why is a Brain Tumour Registry needed
  • Overview of how brain tumour data is unique within cancer registries
  • Learn population level data is available on brain tumours in Canada 
     

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