Inequalities in cancer outcomes
This Cancer Research UK funded Programme has as its main ambition to reduce inequalities in cancer survival, ensuring that everyone, regardless of sociodemographic background, benefits from improvements in cancer care.
This four-year ERC Horizon 2020 funded project (2020-2023), involves 13 institutions from 9 different countries and is led by the Hospices Civils de Lyon, France. It aims to develop a platform to collect, manage and analyse a large amount of data…
Policy Research Unit in Cancer Awareness
Since 2011, we have been part of the twice awarded Policy Research Unit in Cancer Awareness, Screening and Early Diagnosis funded by the NIHR Policy Research Programme.
- Cancer survival is a key indicator of the overall effectiveness of a health system in man-aging treatment and care of cancer patients. At the national level, cancer survival statistics facilitate […]
- Prediction of cancer survival for cohorts of patients most recently diagnosed using multi-model inference.Despite a large choice of models, functional forms and types of effects, the selection of excess hazard models for prediction of population cancer survival is not widespread in the literature. […]
- Fleshing out the data: when epidemiological researchers engage with patients and carers. Learning lessons from a patient involvement activity.Patient and public involvement and engagement has become an essential element of health research, ensuring aims and outputs are worthwhile and relevant. However, research involving secondary data analyses does not […]
- Erratum: Summarizing and Communicating on Survival Data According to the Audience: A Tutorial on Different Measures Illustrated with Population-Based Cancer Registry Data [Corrigendum].[This corrects the article DOI: 10.2147/CLEP.S173523.].