Cancer Outcomes Conference 2014

07 Jan 2014

Clinicians, other healthcare professionals and commissioners responsible for the delivery of high quality care for cancer patients need data that is intelligently analysed and interpreted to inform their practice.

Cancer

Location: Hilton Birmingham Metropole

Dates: 9th and 10th June 2014

Clinicians, other healthcare professionals and commissioners responsible for the delivery of high quality care for cancer patients need data that is intelligently analysed and interpreted to inform their practice. The National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) and United Kingdom and Ireland Association of Cancer Registries (UKIACR) 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. It will provide a unique opportunity for such influential professionals to hear and discuss the most recent findings coming out of the new and exciting world of cancer data in which we now live and work.

By participating, clinicians, managers and researchers will also have the opportunity to influence future work and to explore ways of becoming more personally involved in the future.

Call for Abstracts

Abstract submissions are invited on work that introduces new ideas, research findings and improvements in clinical practice and cancer outcomes. Both quantitative and qualitative abstracts may be submitted.

Abstracts are invited in the following categories:

  1. Clinical audit
  2. Co-morbidities
  3. Clinical trials and observational studies
  4. Data processing, management and quality
  5. End of life care
  6. Epidemiology
  7. Health economics
  8. Inequalities
  9. Interventions
  10. Less common cancers
  11. Patient experience and reported outcomes
  12. Policy
  13. Recurrence and metastatic disease
  14. Screening, prevention and early diagnosis
  15. Supporting commissioning
  16. Survivorship
  17. Treatment

The deadline for receiving submissions is the 31st January 2014. For more information please visit: http://www.ncin.org.uk/conference

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