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CYP-C Research Champion Webinars: “Epidemiology of thrombo-embolism in children with cancer: a population-based study” (AKA an example of CYP-C data in use) 23-Mar-2018 12 EST

Topic: Epidemiology of thrombo-embolism in children with cancer: a population-based study
Presenter: Marie-Claude Pelland-Marcotte
Date: Friday, March 23, 2018
Time: 12:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time

For webinar information, contact Randy Barber in the C17 Office (randy.barber@AHS.ca)

This month’s webinar will be a change of pace, with results presented from a CYP-C data use application by Marie-Claude Pelland-Marcotte. Marie-Claude trained in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology from 2014 to 2017 in Toronto, at the Hospital for Sick Children and is currently doing a post-doctoral fellowship in Pediatric Hemostasis and Thrombosis. She is also undertaking a Master’s degree in Health Services Research at the University of Toronto. She will start a position as a staff hematologist in 2019 at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec (Université Laval).

Past webinars are available on the C17 website under committees>CYP-C and  are linked below.


Research Champion Webinars (2018)

The objective of this webinar series is to provide members of the Canadian pediatric cancer community a broad understanding of how to access and utilize the Cancer in Young People in Canada data for research purposes. This series will include an overview of how to (1) develop an appropriate research question, (2) complete the data access process and (3) perform basic data manipulation and analysis using SAS and Microsoft Access. The webinars will be delivered once per month over the 2018 calendar year. We look forward to your participation!

CONFIRMED (2018; times are noon EST unless stated)
Institutional Reports (Feb 23)

FORTHCOMING (2018)
Flat File Reports
Data Manipulation in Access

Past
1. pdf-icon.gif Developing a Research Question – L Sung

2. pdf-icon.gif Overview and Requesting Data – S Badour, E Martineau, R Barber
video.JPG

3. pdf-icon.gif Power Literature Searching – E Uleryk    video.JPG
pdf-icon.gif Power Search PubMed [reference materials]

4. pdf-icon.gif Using SAS to analyze CYP-C data: An introduction – J Pole    video.JPG

5. pdf-icon.gif Using SAS to analyze CYP-C data: Advanced – J Pole    video.JPG

6. pdf-icon.gif Grant Writing Tips and Tricks – L Rosella    video.JPG

7. pdf-icon.gif SAS Procedures – J Pole    video.JPG

8. pdf-icon.gif Data Cleaning – G Giuseppe   video.JPG

9. pdf-icon.gif GIS for CYP-C Research – C Nielsen  video.JPG
excel.png Test Data [reference materials]

10. pdf-icon.gif SIOP2017 Census Geography – J Pole  video.JPG

11. pdf-icon.gif Data Analysis I – J Pole  video.JPG

12. pdf-icon.gif Data Analysis II – J Pole  video.JPG

Potential Publication Collaborations

1. Childhood cancer incidence in Canada: temporal, regional and deprivation-related patterns
2. Socioeconomic status and childhood cancer incidence
3. Association between socioeconomic characteristics and childhood cancer survival
4. Diagnostic and treatment intervals and childhood cancer survival: economic and distance dimensions
5. Incidence of relapse of childhood cancer (recurrence of the primary malignancy)
6. Health status/complications in survival of childhood cancer during 5 year follow-up
7. Subsequent malignancy rates of childhood cancer
8. Incidence and survival of childhood cancer in Canada**
9. Diagnostic and treatment intervals for pediatric cancer care in Canada
10. Completeness of case ascertainment of non-malignant CNS tumors in CYP-C
11. Access to care and survival of aboriginal children**
12. Spatial analysis of childhood cancer incidence**
13. Prognostic impact of demographic, histologic and therapeutic factors on childhood cancer survival in Canada
14. Childhood brain cancers: incidence and survival**
15. Health adjusted life expectancy (HALE) of childhood cancer
16. Obesity (BMI) and childhood cancer risk

**There are ongoing approved CYP-C projects in this area

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CYP-C Research Champion Webinars: An Introduction to CYP-C Institutional Reports – AKA – How to access your own data!

Topic: An Introduction to CYP-C Institutional Reports – AKA – How to access your own data!

Date: Friday, February 23, 2018
Time: 12:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time
For webinar information, contact Randy Barber in the C17 Office (randy.barber@AHS.ca)


Research Champion Webinars (2018)

The objective of this webinar series is to provide members of the Canadian pediatric cancer community a broad understanding of how to access and utilize the Cancer in Young People in Canada data for research purposes. This series will include an overview of how to (1) develop an appropriate research question, (2) complete the data access process and (3) perform basic data manipulation and analysis using SAS and Microsoft Access. The webinars will be delivered once per month over the 2018 calendar year. We look forward to your participation!

Past webinars are available on the C17 website under committees>CYP-C

CONFIRMED (2018; times are noon EST unless stated)
Institutional Reports (Feb 23)

FORTHCOMING (2018)
Flat File Reports
Data Manipulation in Access

PAST

Past webinars are available on the C17 website under committees>CYP-C
1. pdf-icon.gif Developing a Research Question – L Sung

2. pdf-icon.gif Overview and Requesting Data – S Badour, E Martineau, R Barber
video.JPG 

3. pdf-icon.gif Power Literature Searching – E Uleryk    video.JPG 
pdf-icon.gif Power Search PubMed [reference materials]

4. pdf-icon.gif Using SAS to analyze CYP-C data: An introduction – J Pole    video.JPG 

5. pdf-icon.gif Using SAS to analyze CYP-C data: Advanced – J Pole    video.JPG 

6. pdf-icon.gif Grant Writing Tips and Tricks – L Rosella    video.JPG 

7. pdf-icon.gif SAS Procedures – J Pole    video.JPG 

8. pdf-icon.gif Data Cleaning – G Giuseppe   video.JPG 

9. pdf-icon.gif GIS for CYP-C Research – C Nielsen  video.JPG 
excel.png Test Data [reference materials]

10. pdf-icon.gif SIOP2017 Census Geography – J Pole  video.JPG  

11. pdf-icon.gif Data Analysis I – J Pole  video.JPG 

12. pdf-icon.gif Data Analysis II – J Pole  video.JPG 

LAST CHANCE for a free lunch and opportunities to publish!

CYP-C Research Champions will be meeting at SIOP in Washington DC on October 13 in the Capitol Room (1:30-5pm) at the Marriott Wardman Park.

The purposes will be to:

1) Provide an overview of CYP-C

2) Provide brief education related to how to measure socioeconomic status using census data (i.e. for CYP-C projects)

3) Begin to create publication teams – this will be an opportunity to be a co-investigator or to lead CYP-C publications

Contact Randy.Barber@ahs.ca by Oct 6 to attend.

YOU HAVE BEEN MISSING OUT, if you are not a part of the CYP-C Research Champions program. [Video & Publication Opportunity]

YOU HAVE BEEN MISSING OUT, if you are not a part of the CYP-C Research Champions program. Please watch our [VIDEO] update and think about joining for opportunities to publish and more! [CYP-RC Publication Policy]

We also have a meeting booked at SIOP in Washington DC (Sunday, October 15 from 13:30 – 17:00), for those in attendance.

CYP-C Webinar: Developing a Research Question by Lillian Sung on Feb 10

CYP-C (Cancer in Young People in Canada) is presenting a webinar on Feb 10  (12pm EST) and will be on the topic of Developing a Research Question, presented by Dr. Lillian Sung. Below is a list of upcoming planned webinars (dates and topics subject to change), a full list is available on the C17 Website. Contact randy.barber@ahs.ca for an invitation.

The objective of this webinar series is to provide members of the Canadian pediatric cancer community a broad understanding of how to access and utilize the Cancer in Young People in Canada data for research purposes. This series will include an overview of how to (1) develop an appropriate research question, (2) complete the data access process and (3) perform basic data manipulation and analysis using SAS and Microsoft Access. The webinars will be delivered one to two times per month over the 2017 calendar year. We look forward to your participation!

CONFIRMED
Feb 10: Developing a Research Question – L Sung
Mar 10: CYP-C Data Overview and Requesting Data – L Sung, S Badour, E Martineau, R Barber
Apr 14: Power Literature Searching – E Uleryk
May 12: Data Manipulation I (SAS)- J Pole
May 26: Data Manipulation II (SAS) – J Pole

FORTHCOMING
Tips and Tricks for Secondary Data Grant Writing
Data Cleaning
Introduction to SAS Procedures
Using Census Geography and Postal Codes
Geographic Information Systems
Data Analysis I
Data Analysis II
Data Manipulation in Access
Introduction to Cancer Coding Systems
Record Linkage
Bibliographic Software
Creating an Analysis Plan

CYP-C is looking for research champions https://youtu.be/xMCOsbt13-E

Please watch our video, and we would love to see you at the Canadian Investigators meeting at COG in Atlanta this September.

https://youtu.be/xMCOsbt13-E

 

Contact Randy Barber (randy.barber@AHS.ca) for more details.