Cancer Registry Continuing Education (CE) Resources 2021

There are abundant cancer registry educational opportunities and resources for CTRs available today. The trick is finding the right program for your specific learning needs and budget. If you’ve not already read our recent post titled “4 Tips for Finding Great Continuing Education for Cancer Registrars” we recommend that you quickly review it before researching the list of resources below.  

The National Cancer Registrar’s Association (NCRA) tells us that credentialed cancer registrars, or CTRs, need 20 hours of continuing education (CE) credits every two years to maintain their certified status. There are two categories to be maintained, Category A and all others. Documentation of attendance at the event is required for the bi-annual submission. See the NCRA CTR Maintenance webpage for additional details.

If you find a good resource for training that is not listed here we invite you to reply to this post and share. Scroll down and you will find over thirty-five (35) sources of continuing education available in 2021-2022.  

 

Courses Offered by Standard-Setting Agencies:

 

Courses or Webinars Offered by Nationally Recognized Professional Organizations

 

Courses or Webinars Related to Oncology Clinical or Program Management

 

Webinars or Courses Related to Quality, Research, Informatics or Data Management

 

Other Resources

 

Please check back with us on this blog. MRA is planning on offering a series of exciting webinars to credentialed and student Cancer Registrars soon. We look forward to helping you meet your educational needs!

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AHIMA Approved

This program has been approved for continuing education unit(s) (CEUs) for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Granting of Approved CEUs from AHIMA does not constitute endorsement of the program content or its program provider.