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Key elements of a successful CIS: F inding reliable sources of information UICC, ICISG, Washington 2006. Ingrid Aubry, Manager Cancer Awareness System, French National Cancer Institute. Cancer Plan 2003 Improve delivery of valid, up-to-date cancer information towards the public

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Key elements of a successful CIS: Findingreliable sources of informationUICC, ICISG, Washington 2006

Ingrid Aubry, Manager Cancer Awareness System, French National Cancer Institute

context and mission
Cancer Plan 2003

Improve delivery of valid, up-to-date cancer information towards the public

Set up information quality standards

CIS : telephone only, knowledge database, general medical information and counselling

Context and mission
what is a reliable source of information
Quality information is

Useful information

Objective information

Relevant information

What is a reliable source of information?
what do you need reliable information for
To guarantee the quality of the information delivered by your service

To update your knowledge database

To recommend further reading

To quickly find missing information

What do you need reliable information for?
cancer information
Largely available on the Internet

79% of Internet users look for health information

HINTS database (NCI) shows that people look first on the Internet

Cancer information

Information professionals know it’s not always quality information

Added-value of CIS is to help your users find and identify reliable information

criteria of reliable sources
Criteria for ranking sources:

Netscoring® http://www.chu-rouen.fr/netscoring/netscoringeng.html

National Cancer Institute http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Information/internet

Health on the Net http://www.hon.ch/

Criteria of reliable sources
basic criteria for reliable information
Institutions sites, well-known organisations

Consider possible conflicts of interest

Consider relevance and usefulness

Peer-review procedure or editorial board

Regular update (“what’s new” section)

Accurate contents (bibliographic citations)

Easy browsing and quality design

Basic criteria for reliable information
how to select reliable sources of information
You may collect information from reliable sources only

You may get all the information checked

You may rank information sources

In any case, you will need to define a strict process.

How to select reliable sources of information?
our criteria
All types of sources are included

Sources are ranked according to quality criteria

All documents are ranked according to their source of origin

Documents may be reviewed by experts who attribute an accuracy level and submit an expert’s report

Our criteria