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Presentation from NCIN 2010 conference - Population-based time trends and socioeconomic variation in use of radiotherapy and radical surgery for prostate cancer 1995-2006 in an English region - Georgios Lyratzopoulos, Day 1
Presentation from NCIN 2009 conference - Pilot project to link the radiotherapy dataset (RTDS) and National Health Service Breast Screening Programme (NHSBSP) to enhance screening outcomes for women at increased risk of breast cancer (BC) after supradiaphragmatic radiotherapy (SRT) for Hogkin L - Poster, Sacha Howell
A UK analysis of all symptomatic and screen-detected breast cancers diagnosed in 2006. Report prepared by West Midlands Cancer Intelligence Unit on behalf of the NHS Cancer Screening Programmes.
Presentation from NCIN 2009 conference - A review of colorectal and breast cancer referral patterns and outcomes in a district general hospital. Does an established screening programme for cancer have an impact on referral patterns and outcomes? - Poster, M. Kumari
Presentation from NCIN 2009 conference - Using cancer waiting times data as an initial notification for cancer registration - Poster, Christine Head
This second all breast cancer report includes details of all breast cancers diagnosed in the UK in 2007. In addition to tumour and cohort characteristics, this report focuses on surgical treatment and in particular how this varies with age, deprivation and route of presentation. Report prepared by West Midlands Cancer Intelligece Unit on behalf of the NHS Cancer Screening Programmes.
Cancer decision making: turning data into intelligence is a quick and easy guide for all staff in health service organisations who use data to support decision making. It includes practical guidance and case study examples, as well as advice on action planning for change and working with stakeholders, embedding and sustaining change, and monitoring and evaluation. This guide to cancer intelligence will save you time, help you avoid common data pitfalls, and help you use the data now available from the National Cancer Intelligence Network and other sources to drive change. The guide has been developed collaboratively by Anglia Cancer Network, Cancer Research UK, Merseyside and Cheshire Cancer Network, Mount Vernon Cancer Network, North East London Cancer Network, North Trent Cancer Network and Roche Products Limited. Roche supported this joint working project by providing project management, facilitation and artwork resource.
The aim of this e-Atlas is to provide the public, health care professionals, commissioners and health service managers with the most up to date combined information on screening (coverage, timeliness and results) and cancer (incidence, mortality and survival) throughout England, in the same place for the first time. The Cervical Screening and Cancer e-Atlas uses data from the UK Cancer Information Service (UKCIS) and cervical screening data from The Health and Social Care Information Centre.
England wide report covering time trends and variations in incidence, mortality and survival for the main categories of head and neck cancers. Report prepared by Oxford Cancer Intelligence Unit.
Elderly breast cancer patients less likely to get surgery - NCIN press release 16 June 2011.
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