The National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) was a UK partnership operated by Public Health England. It merged with the cancer registration service in 2016 becoming the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS)
Their aims and objectives cover five core areas to improve the quality and availability of cancer data from its collection to use:
- Promoting efficient and effective data collection throughout the cancer journey
- Providing a common national repository for cancer datasets
- Producing expert analyses to monitor patterns of cancer care
- Exploiting information to drive improvements in cancer care and clinical outcomes
- Enabling use of cancer information to support audit and research programmes
To view the NCRAS website please click here.
To go to the Breast Cancer pages of the NCIN website please click here.