NAACCR 2022 Call for Abstracts
June 14-16, 2022
NAACCR is pleased to invite you to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentation at the 2022 NAACCR Annual Conference June 2022 located in Boise, Idaho!
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Submit your Abstract
We welcome submissions from colleagues, health professionals, and students interested in cancer surveillance, research, and registry operations. All primary authors whose abstract is accepted must be available to present on June 14-16. The day and time will be determined in the Spring of 2022.
The 2022 Annual Conference will provide attendees with the opportunity to share ideas and learn from national experts in cancer surveillance, cancer registry operations, and cancer research. Sessions will explore new developments in cancer surveillance from multiple perspectives in North America. Abstracts may be submitted on new and emerging topics and innovations in operations. Some suggested topic areas include:
Effects of Covid-19 on Cancer Surveillance and Operations
Big Ideas in Cancer Surveillance
How to modernize the Cancer Surveillance System
How to make cancer data more timely
Visions for the future
Epidemiologic Studies using Cancer Surveillance Data
Social determinants and cancer disparities
Using real-world data from cancer registries to improve cancer outcomes
New Directions and IT Solutions
Technologic and scientific advances and innovations
New and emerging methods of data collection
Surveillance issues specific to children
Childhood Cancer Data Initiative, National Childhood Cancer Registry and STAR Projects
Data Collection, Tools and Operations
Data quality control and standards
Innovative operations and procedures
Overcoming issues with data sharing
Other Relevant Topics
The word limit for abstracts is 350. They must be submitted in English.
Standard abbreviations and acronyms may be used without prior definition; all non-standard terms must be defined where first used in the text.
Please check your abstract carefully; it will be published as submitted.
No changes may be made to abstracts once the abstract submission deadline has passed.
Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered. Only submitted abstracts will be sent for review and considered for presentation.
The Abstract Review Committee will determine the presentation type of each accepted abstract, with consideration given to the author's preference. The committee's decision is final.
The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission.
Submission of an abstract indicates acceptance of and compliance with the abstract submission guidelines.
To present an abstract in person at the conference, the presenter must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination.
All accepted abstracts will be considered to be presented in-person except where noted "Virtual". A limited number of virtual presentations will be accepted. Virtual presentations will not be presented live at the conference but will be available at a later date through the recorded conference library.
All abstracts must be submitted online through the portal by February 16, 2022. For questions on the abstract submission process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you in Boise!