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Learning Platforms

Explore IARC’s online thematic platforms to find a large variety of freely accessible learning and training resources.

Biobanking

More than 80 learning resources for professionals working up-stream and down-stream of biobanking.

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Cancer Prevention and Early Detection

A large variety of learning resources for professionals working in cancer prevention and early detection and management.

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IARC Web TV

A rich bank of more than 200 videos, with channels for IARC Seminars, the IARC Summer School, Cancer Early Detection and Prevention, Cancer Surveillance, and Biobanking as well as from the IARC Media Communications Group.

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World Cancer Report

World Cancer Report

The World Cancer Report learning platform aims to become a living resource on cancer research for cancer prevention. It will provide updates on selected contents of World Cancer Report through a variety of self-learning resources and a webinar series.

The Webinar Updates series will comprise online multidisciplinary talks on highlights from World Cancer Report. Rather than just presenting summaries of the different chapters of the book, these webinars will engage experts from different disciplines to discuss the highlights or to deepen knowledge on a topic from the perspective of a specific geographical area or a particular discipline.

Don’t miss the launch of the World Cancer Report learning platform and webinar series in 2020!

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Visit the IARC website for more information on World Cancer Report.

Human Exposome Assessment Platform

Human Exposome Assessment Platform

The Human Exposome Assessment Platform (HEAP) project (2021–2025), funded by the European Commission H2020 programme, aims to provide a collaborative, standardized, and distributed platform for research on exposome assessment. It consists of three interlinked components: data management and governance, research, and technical (information and communication technologies).

The HEAP project plans to develop an online learning platform that will host and disseminate essential information, knowledge, and skills for the effective implementation of the HEAP project within and beyond the project’s consortium.

Don’t miss the launch of the HEAP learning platform in spring 2020!

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Cancer Surveillance

Cancer Surveillance

The IARC Section of Cancer Surveillance coordinates the Global Initiative for Cancer Registry Development (GICR), which aims to markedly increase the quality and availability of cancer incidence data in low- and middle-income countries.

The GICR website contains a large number of learning resources, including general guidelines, manuals, and recorded webinars on coding, staging, CanReg5 software, and more.

Consult the GICR Resource Library

IARC Summer School

IARC Summer School

The IARC Summer School, which has been running for more than 15 years, offers a unique opportunity for learning and professional development to epidemiologists, statisticians, physicians, oncologists, and other public health specialists from around the world.

In 2019, IARC opened the content of its Summer School to a wider audience, by posting video recordings of the main lectures on a dedicated online learning space after each day of classes.

A total of 63 lectures are available on IARC WebTV. They cover the following topics:

Introduction to Cancer Epidemiology

  • Introduction
  • Study Design and Organization
  • Analysis and Interpretation
  • Biostatistics
  • Generic Competences
  • State-of-the-Art lectures

Implementing Cancer Prevention and Early Detection

  • Cancer Control Overview          
  • Risk Factors - Prevention Strategy
  • Screening and Early Detection

Visit IARC WebTV to watch the videos.

ABOUT

The IARC Learning portal provides a single access point to a wide variety of learning and training resources, organized into different learning platforms that are developed and maintained in collaboration with IARC research groups and key collaborators.

The types of resources available on each thematic platform vary and may include: self-paced modules, facilitated modules, lectures and webinars, manuals and guidelines, materials for trainers, tutorials, exercises, questions and answers, tip sheets and visual charts, and more.

Create an account now to join a vibrant community of researcher and health professional committed to continuous professional development in cancer research for cancer prevention!

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Self-paced module

A set of learning resources that is structured and packaged in a module and that may be completed independently and at your own rhythm.

Facilitated module

An online course that is facilitated by a trainer and has learning resources that are usually provided sequentially. Often offered in conjunction with a face-to-face session and restricted to a group of selected participants.

Lecture or webinar

A recorded and edited presentation, available as a video of 5 to 30 minutes, which may be watched online or downloaded.

Manual or guideline

A reference document that describes international standards and provides recommendations for implementation in different areas of cancer research for cancer prevention.

Material for trainers

A ready-to-use training package that includes learning objectives, customizable training material (e.g. PowerPoint slides), guidance notes for trainers, exercises, and references.

Tutorial

A step-by-step guide on how to use a tool (e.g. software) or follow a procedure (including text and images, or video-based).

Exercise

A quiz, case study, or online practical exercise to test and improve your knowledge and skills.

Questions and answers

A webpage that compiles frequently asked questions and answers on a specific topic, in an easily searchable way.

Tip sheet and visual chart

A useful one-page tool for quick and easy review of a topic, concept, or procedure.

And more!

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