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West Essex Good Practice Screening Guide

28th February 2018

This good practice guide to cancer screening in West Essex provides primary care with a practical how-to guide of evidence-based recommendations representing the current best practice in cancer screening. For most CCGs, cancer remains the largest single cause of premature death. Cancer screening is important in preventing and detecting cancer. It offers a significant opportunity to diagnose more […]

Psychological care pathway for people affected by cancer: 11 October 2017

17th January 2018

Presentations given at the London Transforming Cancer Services event about the psychological care pathway for people affected by cancer. A report summarising the event’s objectives and outcomes is also available. Following on from a successful event in May, the Transforming Cancer Services Team in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support hosted a second consultation event on […]

Endoscopy Optimisation Action Learning Event: 8 November 2017

6th December 2017

Summary of presentations given and resources offered on the day at the London Transforming Cancer Services Endoscopy Optimisation Action Learning Event on 8 November 2017. The event looked at several organisations and the various challenges they faced when trying to optimise their service, and how they overcame them. The event was well recieved and the TCST recieved […]

Cancer care review tools

1st December 2017

Materials for clinical commissioning groups (CCGS ) and primary care providers to implement cancer care reviews for people living with and beyond cancer. Someone recently diagnosed with cancer will present at primary and secondary care with increased physical and psychological needs. They may also experience the effects of treatment years after having it. For many […]

Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms – Word

28th November 2017

An updated version of the Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms are now available for EmisWeb, SystmOne (Integrated, Vision and DXS. Once the new forms have been installed please deactivate and remove all old versions. In March 2021 the referral forms were updated and: All forms are now compatible with both Read codes and SNOMED […]

Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms – SystmOne

28th November 2017

An updated version of the Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms are now available for EmisWeb, SystmOne, Vision and DXS. Once the new forms have been installed please deactivate and remove all old versions. In March 2021 the referral forms were updated and: All forms are now compatible with both Read codes and SNOMED codes […]

Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms – EMIS web

28th November 2017

An updated version of the Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms are now available for EmisWeb, SystmOne, Vision and DXS. Once the new forms have been installed please deactivate and remove all old versions. In March 2021 the referral forms were updated and: All forms are now compatible with both Read codes and SNOMED codes […]

Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms – Vision

28th November 2017

An updated Version of the Pan London Suspected Cancer Referral Forms are now available for EmisWeb, SystmOne, Vision and DXS. Once the new forms have been installed please deactivate and remove all old versions. In March 2021 the referral forms were updated and: All forms are now compatible with both Read codes and SNOMED codes […]

Cancer rehabilitation services – data recommendation report

3rd November 2017

This report presents the findings from a detailed investigation into what data and information on cancer rehabilitation services exists across London. Our report, Cancer rehabilitation: a scoping report for London, highlighted that there is a lack of data on these services. This presents a challenge for commissioners when it comes to developing and improving rehabilitation […]

The Recovery Package – commissioning guide

25th October 2017

Around two million people are living with or beyond cancer England at the moment. When we talk about people living with and beyond cancer, we are referring to the phase of the cancer pathway extending from the point of diagnosis through treatment to cure or living with indolent or advanced disease. This part of the […]