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Clinical Information Analysis Programme
The Clinical Information Analysis programme (CIA) commenced in Buckinghamshire in 1999 in collaboration with the National Casemix Office. It was further developed as a joint initiative between the Thames Valley Cancer Network Information Team and the Oxford Cancer Intelligence Unit (OCIU) and has evolved in line with the introduction of cancer networks and developments in NHS information strategy.
The geographical coverage of the programme in 2005-06 extended to a population of four million residents in Thames Valley and Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Cancer Networks.
The programme provided clinical data on all solid tumours and their clinical management. Patient level data from disparate sources are translated into a consistent currency, validated clinically and analysed. Analyses covered:
- Incidence and stage at diagnosis
- Major surgery
- Survival and place of death.
Tumour site reports were compiled annually to demonstrate patterns of disease and all modalities of treatment for PCT populations. The programme supported the monitoring of compliance with national guidance and local initiatives. It also enables benchmarking of treatment patterns between cancer centres.
The CIA programme will be fully integrated with the National Radiotherapy Dataset (RTDS) and Chemotherapy Intelligence Unit (CIU).
Archived reports are available from this website to registered NHS users, in Acrobat format. If you would like to obtain access, or would like further information, please contact us on 01865 334700 or email us.
Clinical Information Analysis Reports (Valid User ID and password required)
As part of the transition to Public Health England (PHE), we have recently launched a new Head and Neck Cancer Hub. All reports, posters and presentations relating to head and neck cancers nationally have been moved to the Resources section in new hub.
Other publications relating to more local geographical areas (archived material) are availble here:
This second report on haematological malignancies from the Oxford Cancer Intelligence Unit (OCIU) covers the three cancer networks: Thames Valley (TV), Central South Coast (CSC) and the part of East Midlands Cancer Network that covers Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland (LNR).
|Cancer Inequalities in South Central SHA
This fact sheet focuses on the relationship between inequalities in cancer incidence and survival for four most common cancers (lung, colorectal, breast and prostate) and levels of deprivation in local communities across South Central Strategic Health Authority.
This fact sheet was based on the more detailed report Cancer Inequalities in the South East Region: The burden of cancer.
|Cancer Inequalities in the SE Region: The burden of cancer
This is the first in a series of reports about cancer inequalities in the South East region published in October 2006.
|Cancer incidence, mortality and survival in the Thames Valley and Northamptonshire 2005
This report contains information on cancer incidence and mortality for the period 1999-2001, five year relative survival rates for cancers diagnosed between 1996-1998 and three year relative survival rates for cancers diagnosed in the periods 1993-1995, 1996-1998 and 1999-2000.
|UKACR & NCIN-Conference 2011|
M F Roche, J Ridha, S Edwards, K Lloyd, S Forsey
|UKACR & NCIN-Conference 2010|
RL Crowther, IJ Perry, V Mak, V Poirier, AM Watters, MF Roche.
S.Edwards, A Watters, P. Thomas, P. Hall, A Pring, M Iles