Click here to view the agenda for the workshop.
Q: When does the Workshop Portal open?
A: The Portal opens on Wednesday, November 29, 2023. You should have received an email email@example.com on November 29th with your log-in credentials.
IMPORTANT: Your log-in credentials are critical for all online Portal access from November 29, 2023, when the portal opens, through January 15, 2024, when the portal closes. Please keep your credentials safe and accessible throughout this period. CEs must be claimed on the portal by January 15, 2024.
Q: What are the technical and hardware requirements for the Conference Portal?
Q: If I have a question about my registration, who do I contact?
A: Please contact NCRA’s offices at 703-299-6640 ext. 311 or 320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Q: How do I log-in to the SEER Workshop Portal?
A: Go to https://seeradvancedworkshop.eventscribe.net and use the log-in credentials that were emailed directly from firstname.lastname@example.org on Wednesday, November 29, 2023. If you cannot find the log-in credentials, check your spam. If you cannot find it in your spam, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. You can also call 703-299-6640, ext. 311 or 320, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EDT.
Q: How do I change what appears in my Profile?
A: In the Workshop Portal, click “My Profile” from the drop-down menu under your name in the upper-right corner and go through the profile setup process. You can also return to this profile to make updates.
Q: What if I want to view only a few sessions each day? Can I log-in and log-off with the same log-in credentials?
A: Yes. You will be asked to log-in each time you return to the site. Your browser may have the option of saving the account information and allowing you to remain logged in throughout the day.
Q: Are PowerPoint slides and handouts available for the sessions?
A: Yes. Slides and/or handouts supplied by presenters will be available for download on the Portal within each session’s pop-up page. Look for the “Handouts” or “Slides” buttons to access this information. If no slides or handouts are available for a session, the presenter did not provide them, or if you do not see a slide for a certain presenter, they may be combined with their co-presenter.
Q: How do I claim CEs and access my certificate of attendance?
A: Attendees will be able to claim credit for live and recorded sessions by clicking on the “Claim CEs” tile in the Workshop Portal (also available in the left navigation menu). Once there, attendees will click on “Claim Credit” and then select the sessions they attended. The deadline to claim your CEs from the 2023 SEER Advanced Topics for Registry Professionals workshop is January 15, 2024.
Workshop participants are asked to complete the exercises on or before November 10, 2023. Click here for instructions and link to SEER*Educate.
Participants are asked to complete coding exercises for Brain (site/history/behavior), Other Sites (site/history/behavior) and LAMN/HAMN (EOD/Summary Stage/SSDI) in SEER*Educate in order to assist Carolyn Callaghan, one of the workshop speakers, in preparing her presentations. She plans to highlight the observed challenges associated with interpreting medical transcripts to achieve coding accuracy and consistency when applying rules and guidelines outlined in the manuals.
Go to https://educate.fredhutch.org/LandingPage.aspx, sign in or sign up (its free), select the Training tab, and click on SEER Educational Workshop. By completing the coding of these cases for the workshop, the following number of Category A CEs have been approved. Case must be completed on or before 5/30/2024.
If you have any questions about accessing the exercises or printing the CE listing, please email@example.com.
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