The PHE National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) Cancer Data and Outcomes Conference 2017 will explore how data is being used across the patient pathway, from prevention, early diagnosis and treatment through to patient experience, quality of life and patient outcomes.
You will have the opportunity to hear leading experts discuss a wide range of topics from interventions to prevent cancer, through early detection, treatment outcomes, patient experience, survivorship issues and end of life care, with sessions on screening, health economics, therapeutic interventions and about innovative new uses for data to address all of these issues. New for this year are a series of workshops at the end of day one aimed at sharing knowledge and allowing for a more in-depth look at some of the key issues for everyone working with cancer data.
Registration for the conference is open on the conference website until Friday 19 May, subject to availability. It is possible to book one day or both days, and there is an option to attend a conference dinner on the evening of Tuesday 13 June. Please note there are very limited places for the dinner, so early booking is recommended.