Peer Review - New Reports Available

The Northern Ireland Peer Review of Cancer Services began in 2014.   The Peer Review programme undertakes independent, fair reviews of cancer services to improve the quality and outcomes for patients and their families.  The following areas have been reviewed by site visits from the National Peer Review Team:

  • 2014 Breast, Gynae, Lung and Colorectal services
  • 2015 Head & Neck, Melanoma & Complex Skin, Urology, Brain & Central Nervous System and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary services
  • 2016 Haematology, Sarcoma, Endocrine-Thyroid and Upper GI services
  • 2017 Paediatrics, Revisits for Western Trust – Lung, Breast and Colorectal and South-Eastern Trust Lung.

See below for reports of the 2017 visits. 

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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.