To assist in the complete and timely collection of cancer surveillance data.
The E-Path Community Network (ECN) is an organization comprised of E-Path users and other interested parties to generate interest in E-Path, disseminate relevant information that is meaningful to the cancer surveillance community, publicize information about the E-Path system and its future, identify problems and their potential solutions and serve as a forum for discussion.
Meet as a membership on quarterly basis - three times per year via webinar and once per year in-person. Provide an environment for members that will encourage the sharing of information and contributions to solutions useful to the cancer surveillance network. ECN should be a proactive organization where members learn, share and network amongst itself to reach common goals.
Membership focus of ECN is on Artificial Intelligence In Medicine's (AIM) E-Path users, but anyone is welcome to join. Although membership is on an individual basis, most represent an actual organization or cancer registry. Becoming a member entails providing basic contact information. ECN members have the ability to search the community membership directory on the ECN website for fellow-member contact information. This function is ONLY available to ECN members in good standing and protected via a user-name and password login controlled by the ECN Coordinator and ECN Webmaster. Membership lists or member information is not available to third parties. Membership to ECN is provided to approved candidates at no cost.
E-Path Community Network Coordinator
Gayle Greer Clutter, RT, CTR
Gayle Clutter is responsible for coordinating ECN membership activities and the ECN Website content. Gayle is a well recognized independent cancer surveillance consultant engaged in ongoing projects for CDC's National Program for Cancer Registries, as well as, Artificial Intelligence In Medicine (AIM). Gayle was a Public Health Advisor for the CDC's National Program for Cancer Registries for eleven years prior to her retirement and she has many years of experience in both hospital and central cancer registries. Gayle has been very active in both state and national cancer registrar associations. She is a past-president of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) and the Florida Cancer Registrars Association (FCRA), as well as, Administrator of NCRA's Council on Certification. She has also received the Distinguished Member award from both NCRA and FCRA. She is the editor and author of several cancer registry publications and has made numerous presentations on cancer registry management.
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