Primary Care and Cancer Matters: The Essentials

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We have created a central resources hub for Health Professionals which hosts all of our CRUK resources and further materials to help with managing the pandemic. We are updating the information as guidance changes. There is also a page specifically for patients on our about cancer hub.

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What do you as a busy GPs or primary care healthcare professional need to know to update your knowledge and support cancer prevention and early diagnosis?

Cancer Research UK and RCGP have developed 6 bite sized videos (3-8 min duration each) to sharing key learning points for busy GPs and health professionals.

The following resources were produced as part of the RCGP/Cancer Research UK Cancer as a Clinical Priority Partnership which ended in March 2020.

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How will we reach the target of 75% cancer cases to be diagnosed at an early stage by 2028?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

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Implementation of NICE Guideline: Recognition and referral of suspected cancer (NG12). What do GPs need to know? 
Dr Jim McMorran, Cancer Research UK GP
NICE Guideline: Recognition and referral of suspected cancer (NG12 case study)
Dr Jim McMorran, Cancer Research UK GP

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National Cancer Diagnostic Audit and Learning Audits (formerly SEAs) - what can be learnt? 
Dr Pawan Randev, Cancer Research UK GP
*National Cancer Diagnosis Audit timelines in this video were correct at the time of filming. For up to date timelines go to www.cruk.org/NCDA

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What does the use of FIT in screening for bowel cancer mean for me and my patients? 
Dr Steve Smith, Consultant Clinical Biochemist, Director Midlands & North West BCSP Hub

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Primary care perspective: The benefits of increasing our quit rates
Sonia Simkin, Practice Manager/Director, Hawes Lane Surgery

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