Cancer Outcomes Conference 2014 - The power of information

9 &10 June 2014, Hilton Birmingham Metropole

Registration is now closed

From enabling commissioners to provide the best care to giving patients greater power, protection and informed choice, information is central to the overall quality of each cancer patient’s experience.

The Cancer Outcomes Conference 2014 will explore the ‘power of information’ both locally and nationally, and examine how UK-wide cancer registration data and other health related datasets are being exploited to reduce cancer incidence, mortality and morbidity.

Conference App 

In order to support this year’s conference, a FREE App has been developed which provides a range of conference information at the touch of a button on your mobile device. For more information on how to download the App, please visit our designated conference App webpage. 

Panel debate questions 

Alongside the presentations, exhibition and 130 posters on display at the conference, a panel debate focusing on “Delivering Outcomes That Matter” will be chaired by the BBC’s Economics Editor, Robert Peston.

The panel includes:

  • Mr Sean Duffy, National Clinical Director for Cancer Services, NHS England
  • Mr Ciaran Devane, Chief Executive, Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Professor Peter Johnson, Chief Clinician, Cancer Research UK
  • Dr Jem Rashbass, Director for Disease Registration, Public Health England
  • Mr Andrew Wilson, Chief Executive, Rarer Cancer Forum

We are really keen to receive questions for the panel debate and therefore invite you to submit your question ahead of the conference by emailing events at phe dot gov.uk link events@phe.gov.uk , citing ‘panel question’ in the subject line.

We will be selecting 3-4 questions for the panel debate from those submitted. Alongside this, there will be the opportunity to ask questions on the day following each of the sessions being held.

 

If you have an enquiry, please contact us via events at phe dot gov.uk link email .

To view further information about the conference please click here.  Abstracts will be made available after the event.