Online Program

Cancer Epidemiology

Monday, November 4, 2013: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Members attending this session will facilitate knowledge of urban vs. rural differences in receipt of health care and survival of lung cancer. Additionally, demographic information and healthcare access within a N. Carolina female population newly diagnosed with breast cancer and the cervical cytology screening among female members of the U.S. armed forces will be described.
Session Objectives: Discuss reasons why differences urban vs. rural areas might lead to differences in receipt of health care and potentially in survival in lung cancer patients. Describe the demographics, socioeconomic status, past healthcare access, and measures of emotional and functional well-being in a population of North Carolina women with newly diagnosed breast cancer. Describes cervical cytology screening among female members of the active component U.S. Armed Forces during the 2000-2011
Patrick High, DrPH

Introductory Remarks
Differences in survival among rural and urban lung cancer patients in Florida, 1996-2007   
Margaret M. Byrne, PhD, Stacey L. Tannenbaum, PhD, RD, LD/N, Tulay Koru-Sengul, MHS, PhD, Wei Zhao, PhD, Feng Miao, MSc and David J. Lee, PhD
Insurance coverage, personal, and clinical factors as determinants of breast cancer treatment delay   
Sasha McGee, PhD, MPH, Danielle Durham, MPH, Chiu-Kit Tse, MS and Robert Millikan, PhD, DVM, MPH
Impact of cervical cancer screening by race/ethnicity on u.s. active duty service women, 2000-2011   
Monique-Nicole Anthony, MPH, Leslie Clark, PhD, MS and Patricia Rohrbeck, MPH, DrPH, CPH
Concluding Remarks

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Organized by: Epidemiology
Endorsed by: Medical Care

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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