Peer Review

The Northern Ireland Peer Review of Cancer Services began in 2014 and is taking place over a three year period. The Peer Review programme undertakes independent, fair reviews of cancer services to improve the quality and outcomes for patients and their families.

  • In year one, Breast, Gynae, Lung and Colorectal services were reviewed in October/November 2014
  • In year two Head & Neck, Melanoma & Complex Skin, Urology, Brain & Central Nervous System and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary services will be reviewed in June 2015
  • In year three Haematology, Sarcoma, Endocrine-Thyroid and Upper GI services will be reviewed in June 2016. 

Reports available on www.cquins.nhs.uk in approximately two/three months after the review dates

 

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6 Jan 2015
Northern Ireland Cancer Network
What is Cancer Peer Review? It is a way of assessing the quality of cancer services in hospitals across Northern Ireland.