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Each workshop consists of presentations, Q&A, group discussions and feedback of key learning points/take homes. Events include a presentation by Dr Richard Roope (RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Lead for Cancer) focused on the expanded role of cancer control within primary care, as well as presentations to showcase local projects and developments. A selection of agendas and resources from past events are available below.

The expanding role of primary care and cancer control – where are we now and where are we heading? - Dr Richard Roope

Cancer Research UK and Royal College of General Practitioner faculty workshop  held on Wednesday 26th June 2019 at Doubletree Hilltops 161 Springfield Rd, Aberdeen AB15 7AQ.

Agenda

Primary Care and Cancer Matters – where are we now and where are we heading?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP & Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer. Presentation and Q&A

NHS Grampian and North Cancer Alliance - Key Areas of Development
Dr Hugh S Bishop, Consultant Paediatric Oncologist, Divisional Clinical Director Clinical Support Services, Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital & Lorraine Cowie Northern Cancer Alliance Manager. Presentation & Q&A

Learning events and National Cancer Diagnosis Audit
Dr Pawan Randev Cancer Research UK GP. Presentation and Q&A 

Bowel cancer and FIT 
Dr Dorin Ziyaie Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Ninewells Hospital. 

Head and neck referral pathway and beyond
Dr Rafael Moleron, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

Agenda

Primary Care and Cancer Matters – where are we now and where are we heading?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Implementation of NG12 (NICE Guideline - Recognition and referral of suspected cancer) and vague symptoms  
Dr Pete Holloway, East of England Alliance and Cancer Research UK GP.

National Cancer Diagnostic Audit (NCDA) & learning events (SEAs) 
Dr Pawan Randev Cancer Research UK GP. 

Do days matter for lung cancer?
Dr David Gilligan Consultant Oncologist & Associate Lecturer University of Cambridge and Dr Oliver Stovin, Joint Cancer Lead Cambridge & Peterborough CCG. 

Improving bowel cancer detection by getting FIT 
Mr Nigel Hall Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, and Dr Peter Holloway East of England Alliance and Cancer Research UK GP.

Dr Peter Holloway, Primary Care Lead, East of England Cancer Alliance, CRUK GP
 
Dr Oliver Stovin Mac GP, Joint Cancer Lead Cambridge & Peterborough CCG.
 
 
Primary Care and Cancer Matters – where are we now and where are we heading? 
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer 
 
Dr Graeme Crawford, Macmillan GP & Catherine Murnin, Facilitator Manager Cancer Research UK   
How Not to Miss a Cancer – what can learning events (formally SEAs) tell us? 
Dr Pawan Randev, Cancer Research UK GP East Midlands England 
 
Cancer Prevention in Primary care – a collective role?  
Professor Linda Bauld, Dean Population Health University of Edinburgh 
Presentation and Q&A 
 
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer
 
Dr Rory Harvey East of England Cancer Alliance Chair & Dr Anitha Bolanthur Cancer Lead Luton CCG
Presentation and Q&A
 
Dr Pawan Randev Cancer Research UK GP 
Presentation and Q&A 
 

Lung Cancer Audits – what can be learnt?
Dr James Ramsey Respiratory Consultant, Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Presentation and Q&A 

Bowel Cancer and FIT implementation
Dr Rory Harvey Consultant Gastroenterologist Bedford Hospital NHS Trust
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Agenda

Primary Care and Cancer Matters – where are we now and where are we heading?
Dr Richard Roope, RCGP and Cancer Research UK Clinical Champion for Cancer

Implementation of NG12 (NICE Guideline - Recognition and Referral of Suspected Cancer) and vague symptoms  
Dr Jim McMorran, Cancer Research UK, GP Presentation and Q&A

National Cancer Diagnostic Audit and Learning Audits (SEAs) - what can be learnt? 
Dr Pawan Randev Cancer Research UK GP

FIT Screening – what do GPs need to know? 
Dr Steve Smith, Consultant Clinical Biochemist, Director Midlands & North West BCSP Hub,    

Smoking Cessation Project in Primary Care 
Sonia Simkin, Practice Manager/Director, Hawes Lane Surgery    

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