Creating a UK Colorectal Cancer Intelligence Hub
The overall aim of the CORECT-R project is to quantify the characteristics of, and any variation in, colorectal cancer and its management. The purpose is to identify the opportunities to impact on care to improve outcomes across the UK and provide evidence to guide interventions that will minimise inequalities and improve survival.
The University of Edinburgh will provide leadership in the health economics of bowel cancer and the use of NHS datasets for analysing both costs and clinical pathways.
Chief Investigator: Dr Eva Morris
Number and location of participating sites (by region/ country): UK – No sites
Funder: Cancer Research UK
Start and End date
Of grant award: 01 April 2017 - 30 September 2023
Of recruitment: N/A
Current Status: Data acquisition and analysis
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Sponsor: University of Oxford
Chief Investigator: Professor Eva Morris. Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, Oxford OX3 7LF; firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Economics project lead: Dr Peter Hall; email@example.com
ECTU Involvement: Health Economics