Cancer Information Tools
Tools requiring registration
The Cancer Commissioning Toolkit (CCT) is a one stop shop that supports NHS Commissioners and Providers with cancer intelligence. The data covers the patient pathway and is used to identify patterns of care which can contribute to saving lives, give commissioners options regarding service delivery and shares information to support the patient experience. The CCT is available for public (potentially identifiable data restricted in the public version) and NHS registered users.
The new CancerStats information and reporting portal will be the repository for all feedback on datasets which are managed or supported by the National Cancer Registration Service(NCRS).
This currently includes the COSD Reporting portal and CASCADE. (Existing log in details can be used)
This is only accessible on the N3 (NHS) network.
Free tools | Tools for authorised users | Tools from other organisations
Open access tools
These tools provide a range of knowledge and information for public users with a particular interest in cancer or cancer services. They are open access (no password required) and each tool provides instructions on its use and details of the data included.
The Cancer Commissioning Toolkit (CCT) is a one stop shop that supports NHS Commissioners and Providers with cancer intelligence. The public view holds a variety of cancer datasets/charts/profiles, including GP Practice Profiles
This is Department of Health's programme to improve availability and accessibility to heath and health-related information in England. They give a snapshot overview of health for each local authority in England. Health Profiles are produced and updated annually.
The gynaecological cancer profiles offer a simplified funnel plot view of incidence, mortality and survival data, for the different gynaecological cancers (where available), at Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Health and Wellbeing Board area.
The Prevalence e-Atlas is an interactive tool which uses maps, charts and data tables to display cancer prevalence data by cancer network for the UK. The data displayed are those published in the NCIN report One, Five and Ten-year Cancer Prevalence.
The mortality profiles are interactive spreadsheets showing trends in cancer mortality rates in England for under 75 year olds by different levels of geography. This tool has been developed to support the monitoring, commissioning and planning of local cancer services. The mortality profiles will be reviewed during 2015.