General gynaecological cancer resources

A range of general gynaecological cancer resources are presented in this section.

Key facts | Reports | Posters | Presentations | Evidence | Guidance for health professionals | Site Specific Clinical Reference Group

Key facts

Cancer Research UK CancerStats

Statistics and information about the main gynaecological cancers by site, including risk factors, symptoms and treatments, aimed at health professionals, provided by Cancer Research UK.


GLOBOCAN 2012 and other international cancer databases

http://globocan.iarc.fr/Default.aspx

The GLOBOCAN project provides contemporary estimates of the incidence of, mortality and prevalence from major types of cancer, at a national level, for 184 countries of the world. Current estimates are for 2012.

The website also provides links to other international cancer databases and resources including Cancer Incidence in 5 Continents - access to detailed information on the incidence of cancer recorded by regional or national cancer registries worldwide and the European Cancer Observatory (ECO) - a one-stop web-based tool for accessing, analysing and downloading European cancer data.


Reports

Cancer Statistics Registrations, England (Series MB1), ONS

http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/all-releases.html?definition=tcm%3A77-27454

Numbers and rates of newly diagnosed cases of cancer by site, sex and age, including the gynaecological cancers, released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).


National Cancer Patient Experience Survey

http://www.quality-health.co.uk/surveys/national-cancer-patient-experience-survey

Information about the National Cancer Patient Experience Survey Programme and access to the survey results for each Hospital Trust.


Exploring Variation in Routes to Diagnosis for Gynaecological Cancers

This report uses the Routes to Diagnosis dataset produced by the NCIN to look at variation in the diagnostic pathway for women diagnosed with ovarian, uterine, cervical or vulval cancer, by chracteristics such as deprivation, stage and morphology group.

 


 Gynaecological Sarcoma Surgical Treatment

The aim of this report is to establish where patients with gynaecological sarcomas were surgically treated in the period 2001-2010, and whether the NHS hospital Trust of surgery hosted a sarcoma multi-disciplinary team (MDT) or a specialist gynaecological cancer MDT. The report also investigates patterns of care to see if referrals to an appropriate specialist centre increased following the publication of the Gynaecological Cancer and/or Sarcoma IOGs.


 Cancer by Deprivation in England - incidence 1996-2010 and mortality 1997-2011 - May 2014

This report presents the latest incidence (1996-2010) and mortality (1997-2011) data by deprivation quintile in England, for a wide range of cancers, including vulva, vaginal, cervical, uterine and ovarian cancers. It has been produced by the National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) in partnership with Cancer Research UK (CRUK). The aim of the analysis is to update and enhance our understanding of the variation in new cancer cases and deaths, and the association between the two, between the lowest and highest income groups. This report provides insights to guide the improvements needed to deliver more equitable outcomes for everyone affected by cancer, supporting the key goals of the National Cancer Equality Initiative (NCEI). It als oupdates and expands on previous work published by the National Cancer Intelligence Network.


 

Posters

2013

Routes to diagnosis for gynaecological cancer patients


Presentations


Evidence

Links to peer-reviewed papers and journals dedicated to gynaecological cancer and online, searchable libraries, providing details of relevant research and publications in journals and elsewhere.


British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

http://www.bjog.org/view/0/index.html

The official journal of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).


The Cochrane Collaboration

http://www.cochrane.org/index.htm

The Cochrane Collaboration makes information available regarding the effects of healthcare and produces and disseminates systematic reviews of healthcare interventions.


Gynaecological Cancer Centre - Barts and the London

http://corporatebarts.demo2.steellondon.com/our-services/gynaecological-cancer-centre/research

Barts and The London Gynaecological Cancer Centre conduct research projects into gynaecological cancer with the aim of improving current cancer treatments and patients’ survival. Research is conducted by team members from the Gynaecological Cancer Centre and colleagues from the Centres for Translational Oncology and Molecular Oncology within the Institute of Cancer at Barts and the London, Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry.


Gynaecological Cancer Centre - Pan Birmingham

http://www.swbh.nhs.uk/services/d-g/gynaecology-cancer/research

The Pan Birmingham Gynaecological Cancer Centre is the hub of the pan-Birmingham gynaecological cancer network which provides tertiary level care for 5 cancer units. The centre is involved in prioritized clinical trials and translational research activity in oncology and has close links with the School of Cancer Sciences at the University of Birmingham.


Gynaecological Cancer Centre - West London

http://www1.imperial.ac.uk/surgeryandcancer/divisionofcancer/reproductivebiology/obsgyn/translational_research/gynaecological_oncology

Patients from 15 hospitals are referred to the West London Gynaecological Cancer Centre for multidisciplinary treatment for gynaecological malignancy. Patient management is underpinned by clinical and translational research.


Gynaecological Cancer Research Centre - University College London

http://www.instituteforwomenshealth.ucl.ac.uk/academic_research/gynaecologicalcancer/gcrc

The Gynaecological Cancer Research Centre is based at the Institute for Women’s Health at (UCL). The group oversees and coordinates large multi-centre trials, with the overall aim of reducing mortality and morbidity of women with gynaecological malignancies through screening, early diagnosis and risk prediction.


Gynaecological Oncology Group - University of Manchester

http://www.medicine.manchester.ac.uk/cancerstudies/research/gynaecological/

The Gynaecological Oncology Group is based within the Academic Unit of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Group at St Mary's Hospital, Manchester. The Group hosts programmes of biomedical science as well as clinical trials and has been established as a leading centre of human papillomavirus (HPV) research both nationally and internationally.


Gynaecologic Oncology

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00908258

The official journal of the Society of Gynaecologic Oncology (SGO).


Gynaecology Unit - The Royal Marsden

http://www.royalmarsden.nhs.uk/consultants-teams-wards/clinical-units/pages/gynaecology-unit.aspx

The Gynaecology Unit at the Royal Marsden provides multidisciplinary team management of gynaecological cancers for the South West London Cancer Network. The Unit is also involved in a varied programme of clinical research projects.


International Journal of Gynecological Cancer (IJGC)

http://journals.lww.com/ijgc/pages/default.aspx

The official journal of the International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS) and the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO).


National Cancer Peer Review Programme – CQuINS

http://www.cquins.nhs.uk/index.php?menu=resources

Information about National Cancer Peer Review (NCPR), a national quality assurance programme for NHS cancer services and access to the peer review measures for gynaecological cancer.


National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI)

http://www.ncri.org.uk

The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) is a UK-wide partnership between the government, charity and industry which promotes co-operation in cancer research among the 22 member organisations for the benefit of patients, the public and the scientific community.


National Institute for Health Research Cancer Research Network

http://ncrndev.org.uk

The National Institute for Health Research Cancer Research Network (formerly the National Cancer Research Network) was established by the Department of Health in April 2001 to provide the NHS with an infrastructure to support prospective trials of cancer treatments and other well-designed studies, and to integrate and support research undertaken by cancer charities. Its aim is to improve the speed, quality and integration of research, ultimately resulting in improved patient care. The website also includes details of the Local Cancer Research Networks across England.


NHS Evidence

https://www.evidence.nhs.uk

Searchable database providing evidence-based information on many health-related topics, including gynaecological cancers, aimed at professionals across the NHS, public health and social care sectors.


PubMed

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed

Database of citations from MEDLINE and life sciences journals, provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the U.S. National Institutes of Health.


World Cancer Research Fund International

http://www.wcrf.org/cancer_statistics/data_specific_cancers/index.php

The World Cancer Research Fund International (WCRF) website has information on the most common cancers affecting men and women worldwide and includes data on cervical, ovarian and uterine cancer.


Guidance for health professionals

The British Gynaecological Cancer Society (BGCS)

http://www.bgcs.org.uk

The (BGCS) works to improve the care provided to patients with gynaecological cancers. The BGCS website includes information for both patients and health professionals.


European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO)

http://www.esgo.org

The ESGO is the principal European society contributing to the study, prevention and treatment of gynecological cancer.


International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS)

http://www.igcs.org/

The IGCS is a not for profit independent organisation contributing to the prevention, treatment and study of gynecologic cancer, as well as improvement in the quality of life among women affected by gynecologic cancer throughout the world.


Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)

http://www.rcog.org.uk

The RCOG works to advance the science and practice of obstetrics and gynaecology, through education, training and the publication of clinical guidelines and reports on aspects of the specialty and service provision.


Society of Gynaecologic Oncology (SGO)

http://www.sgo.org

The SGO works to promote the highest quality of comprehensive clinical care through education and research in the prevention and treatment of gynaecologic cancers


Site Specific Clinical Reference Group

Details of the meetings and membership of the Gynaecological Site Specific Clinical Reference Group.