Using information to improve bowel cancer care

Read a plain language summary of Dr Amy Downing's paper on quality of life after treatment for rectal cancer.
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Our Patient-Public Group has worked with Public Health England on how to acknowledge the source of the data.
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Funded by Cancer Research UK we are creating CORECT-R, a secure repository of bowel cancer data.
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We are aiming to provide leadership in the health economics of bowel cancer.
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BCI UK is a research collaboration hosted by the University of Leeds.
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We work closely with the Yorkshire Cancer Research Bowel Cancer Improvement Programme (BCIP).
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Our Programme Manager, Paul Affleck, reports back from a recent Nesta/Humanly event in London. Nesta, the UK’s innovation foundation and...

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Pete Wheatstone is a member of our Patient-Public Group. As well as being involved in BCI UK, Pete works with...

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Barbara Hibbert, a member of our Patient-Public Group, reports back from a recent event at the Palace of Westminster. On...

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Pete Wheatstone, member of our Patient-Public Group, reports back from the recent Britain Against Cancer Conference. It was an early start...

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We are delighted to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Lemmon to the role of health economist within CORECT-R. Elizabeth will...

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The Edinburgh CORECT-R team have successfully applied to the Scottish Public Benefit and Privacy Panel for Health for bowel cancer...

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We have a Data Sharing Contract (ODR1516_369) with Public Health England (PHE) and use de-personalised data for bowel cancer research....

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The Health Foundation, in collaboration with Professor Sir Mike Richards, has published an assessment of efforts to improve cancer services...

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