GP practice and local data

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Find and compare local statistics and information in the UK by healthboard, Local Authority or postcode.

Local cancer statistics

Data at practice and local levels can help to inform clinical practice around cancer early diagnosis.

General Practice Profiles for Cancer contain a range of information relevant to cancer in primary care, including: cancer incidence, prevalence and mortality; 2ww referral, conversion and detection rates; screening rates; demographics and other data. They were developed to inform clinical practice particularly around early detection and diagnosis.

They are produced annually by PHE based on the latest available information and compile data from different data sources and different time periods. Public and professional versions are available.

GP profiles (public view and no registration is needed)

Incidence and mortality data: public or professional (requires N3 link and registration)

The e-Atlas was jointly developed by the National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN) and the UK Association of Cancer Registries (UKACR). It provides data on cancer incidence and mortality for the UK.

Access the e-Atlas

See our engaging compilations of performance statistics, benchmarked to averages, with analytical commentary.

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