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November 4 Friday, 2011
Session 2: Managing Population Health to Prevent and Detect Cancer and NCDs
  08:30-10:00 Plenary Session
PL02-C Health Quality Indicators
Heather Bryant
Findings from the OECD Systems of Cancer Care study
Vladimir Stevanovic
The Global Initiative for Cancer Registries in Low- and Middle-income Countries (GICR) 
David Forman
Session 2: Workshop
  10:30-12:00 Workshop 2-1
Registries, Measurement, and Management in Cancer Control
WS2-1-01 Implementing a Provincial Cancer Performance Measurement Program in Saskatchewan, Canada
Riaz Alvi
WS2-1-02 National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program
Mohammadesmaeil Akbari
WS2-1-03 Review of Country Specific Evidence to Strengthen Early Detection of Breast Cancers in Sri Lanka
Suraj Perera
Workshop 2-2
Use of Information for Planning and Evaluating Screening and Early Detection Programs
WS2-2-01 Risk Perceptions, Beliefs, Knowledge and Screening Practices of Korean-Americans (KAs) Concerning Colorectal Cancer:  Directions for Intervention
Gary Kreps
WS2-2-02 Evaluation of the nationwide cervical screening
programme in Thailand: a case-control study
Chananya Kasinpila
WS2-2-03 Assessment of quality indicators of cancer screening in Osaka, Japan:  an application of funnel plots
Yuri Ito
Workshop 2-3
Alternate Models for Promoting Community Health, Integrated Care and Illness Management
WS2-3-01 Changing Awareness on Cancer Prevention : Dissemination Effect of  '10 codes for Cancer Prevention'.
E Hwa Yun
Workshop 2-4
Control of NCDs
WS2-4-01 Barriers to seeking diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer in a selected Philippine population
Victoria Medina
WS2-4-02 >Profiling NCD  and their risk factor in  WHO Western Pacific Region
Cherian Varghese
WS2-4-03 When the Hospital goes to the Shopping Mall!  Building Partnerships with Community Institutions in  Cancer Control
  David Kinyanjui
Session 3: Coordinating Care and Treatment for Cancer Patients
  13:30-15:00 Plenary Session
PL03-01 Coordinating Care and Treatment for Cancer Patients 
Eduardo Cazap
PL03-02 Radiation Oncology in Cancer Management: Current and New Technologies
Eduardo Rosenblatt 
PL03-03 Is Investment in Radiation Therapy  Cost-effective and Economically Viable  for Developing Countries?
Niloy Ranjan Datta
Session 3: Workshop
  15:30-17:00 Workshop 3-1
Establishing, Implementing, Operating & Sustaining the Capacity for Quality Cancer Care
Collaborating to Build Capacity for Cancer Nursing:  Kenya Experience 
David Makumi
Radiotherapy Resources Worldwide 
Eduardo Rosenblatt
Reasons why Patients with Clinically Diagnosed Breast Cancer in  Vsmmc Breast Clinic from July 2008 to June 2010 were not Treated: A 2 Year Retrospective Data Analysis
Stephen Sixto Siguan
Workshop 3-2
Primary, Community, and Specialist Care in Cancer Care and Treatment
Role of Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) in organized Breast Cancer Detection Programme of Rural Kerala, India
Kalavathy Mathurchennath
The Management and Evaluation of Navigator Education Program for Cancer
Screening in the Korea for 4 years
HeyJean Lee
Co-ordinating Care and Treatment of Cancer
David Weller
Workshop 3-3
The Economics of Affordable and Sustainable Cancer Care
The Economics of Affordable and Sustainable Cancer Care 
Supasit Pannarunothai
Value of Money in Cancer - IMRT as a case study
Jean Hai Ein Yong
Cancer Cost Analysis in Kerman, iran
Kourosh Holakouie Naieni
Workshop 3-4
Symptom Control, Support and Palliative/End-of-life Care
Suffering in Palliative Care Patients A Qualitative Study using Grounded Theory
Seng Beng Tan
Creating competencies for hospice and palliative care professionals in Korea
Hyun Jung Jho
Symptom Control & Palliative Care
Cynthia Goh
Workshop 3-5
Living Well After Cancer
Cancer Survivorship an emerging priority
Margaret Fitch
Factors Associated with Breast Cancer Survivorship in Malaysia
Mazanah Muhamad
Research about Korean Childhood Cancer Survivors??Quality of Life 
Sulki Yang
Birth rates among female cancer survivors: a population-based study
Jenny Liu