Calling GPs – can you help with this audit?
The National Cancer Diagnosis Audit (NCDA) is inviting GP practices to participate in their audit by submitting data about the primary care portion of the patient pathway which will then be analysed and fed back to each practice. The feedback reports are intended to help practices think about their clinical practice and service delivery in cancer and early diagnosis.
The National Cancer Diagnosis Audit (NCDA) is a national project led by Cancer Research UK in collaboration with NHS Scotland, the RCGP, Macmillan and Scottish Government.
The National Cancer Diagnosis Audit (NCDA) gathers data on patient pathways to cancer diagnosis along the cancer care continuum. As such, it is uniquely placed to enhance our understanding of patient pathways to cancer diagnosis at practice, cluster, NHS Board, regional and national levels, including activity in primary and secondary care.
If you would be interested in helping or have any questions about the NCDA please get in touch or visit www.cruk.org/ncda.