Journal of Registry Management
The Journal of Registry Management is the official journal of NCRA. This peer-reviewed journal publishes papers on topics related to the management of health registries and the collection, management and use of cancer, trauma, AIDS and other health registry data. The Journal of Registry Management is published 4 times a year. All NCRA members receive a complimentary subscription.
JRM Subscription/Article Purchase Information
Subscription to the Journal of Registry Management is a benefit of membership to NCRA. Individual subscriptions and single copies may also be purchased. Download a subscription form.
Download an Order Form for individual JRM articles.
Click the links below to access recent JRM issues [PDF].
Current Issue: Fall 2019
Archive of Past JRM Issues
Access past issues of JRM (2013 - 2006). Search the archive (1995-current) by author, article title, abstract or key words.
How to Submit Articles
The JRM seeks original manuscripts on registry methodology or research findings related to the subjects below and associated topics. Download information for authors.
Each issue of the journal of registry management contains an alternative method for earning NCRA continuing education credit. One article will be chosen for a 10-question quiz. the questions will be formatted as multiple-choice or true/false. Read the JRM CE quiz article, and pick only one best answer for each question. You will receive one CE credit with a passing score of 70% or better. NCRA members receive a $10 discount off the regularly-priced quiz fee ($35). Go to the continuing education quiz.
Cancer registrars are data information specialists that capture a complete history, diagnosis, treatment, and health status for every cancer patient in the U.S. The curated data provides essential information to researchers, healthcare providers, and public health officials to better monitor and advance cancer treatments, conduct research, and improve cancer prevention and screening programs. Learn more about how to become a cancer registrar and how cancer registry data is used to improve public health.
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