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Oncology training for NHS and Public Health non-clinical staff
07 Nov 2014
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09 Jan 2015
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Health Intelligence Networks
NCIN is one of five health intelligence networks run by Public Health England. The others are for cardiovascular disease, child and maternal health, mental health, dementia and neurology, and end of life care. Collaboration between the networks is growing. Find out more....
07 Nov 2014
The National Cancer Intelligence Network
The NCIN is a UK-wide initiative, working to drive improvements in standards of cancer care and clinical outcomes by improving and using the information collected about cancer patients for analysis, publication and research.
NCIN - 30 years of cancer intelligence - a look back on the history.
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Most recent publications
The following is a list of the most recent publications produced by NCIN
Summary of the current work being undertaken by the central analytical team
Major surgical resections in England for 21 cancer sites, broken down by age and sex (2006-2010) - data currently under review so the link to the report is unavailable
Routes and relative survival for cancers diagnosed in England in 2006-2010
23 Mar 2015
The Gynae SSCRG has published its report looking at the variation in Routes to Diagnosis for all types of gynaecological cancer. This shows that for ovarian cancer the most common route was ‘emergency presentation’ and for uterine, cervical and vulval cancers the most common route to diagnosis is via ‘managed routes’.
20 Mar 2015
The changes proposed for implementation from April 2015 have now been authorised. Further details and documentation are now available through the COSD webpages.
19 Feb 2015
Ovarian Cancer Awareness Regional Pilot Campaign – Interim results
The NCIN has published interim results from this Be Clear on Cancer regional pilot campaign. The campaign took place in the North West of England between February and March 2014. Download the report
27 Feb 2015