National Cancer Networks
The organisation and structure of delivery of cancer services varies between the devolved countries of the United Kingdom. The concept of regional cancer networks was established following the publication of the Calman-Hine Report in 1995:
The titles and organisation of these regional networks has changed through various episodes of NHS re-structuring however the footprint of the regional cancer networks and their associated cancer centres has remained fairly constant. Delivery of effective and contemporary cancer care as well world class cancer research is supported by The National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) and the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI).
(nb: NCRAS evolved from and replaced the National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) when it combined with the cancer registration service in 2016). In addition Cancer Research UK also publish UK cancer statistics.
NCIN Gynae Cancer HubClick to read more
NCRI Gynaecological Cancer GroupClick to read more
NCIN Ovarian Cancer Audit Feasibility PilotClick to read more
Cancer DataClick to read more
CRUK CancerstatsClick to read more