This is a catalogue of our past news and blogs.
SACT Data view covers 100% of the Scottish population
The Scottish Cancer Registry and Intelligence Service (SCRIS) team achieves successful connection of Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy (SACT) data from all five cancer centres in Scotland, giving national Scottish NHS coverage.
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NEWS: SCRIS Launches New Website
The Scottish Cancer Registry and Intelligence Service (SCRIS) launches a new website today.
NEWS: SCRIS assisting Public Health Scotland in meeting its strategic plan
The Scottish Cancer Registry and Intelligence Service is assisting Public Health Scotland in achieving its three-year strategic plan
NEWS: Cancer Quality Performance Indicator dashboard added to SCRIS
The Scottish Cancer Quality Performance Indicator (QPI) dashboard now sits within the Scottish Cancer Registry and Intelligence Service (SCRIS).
NEWS: IHDP featured in Scottish Government's Cancer Strategy Update
An update to the Scottish Government’s 2016 Cancer strategy details IHDP’s accomplishments and outlines the direction of travel ahead of the new cancer strategy due in 2021.
NEWS: IHDP Director leads Scotland's Cancer Recovery Group
The Scottish Government has announced a new National Cancer Recovery Group to focus on the remobilising and recovery of cancer services in Scotland. Chairing this new group is IHDP Director, Professor Aileen Keel. Also on the group is IHDP Deputy Director Professor David Cameron.
NEWS: Thank you Dr Dobson. Welcome Professor Cameron.
Dr Hilary Dobson is retiring. We are sad for us, but happy for her. Thank you, Dr Dobson, for your guidance, leadership and support. We welcome Professor David Cameron who is joining us as our new Deputy Director.
SACT Data view covers more than 90% of the Scottish population
Scottish Cancer Registry and Intelligence Service (SCRIS) team achieves successful Systematic Anti-Cancer Therapy (SACT) data connection in two more areas. This means the national data coverage is now more than 90% of the Scottish population. SCRIS also demonstrates prototype dashboard for SACT data to all Scottish Cancer Networks with very positive response.
Blog: Making Use of the Cancer Data by Agastya Silvina
A guest blog by Agastya Silvina, full-time as an EngD Student at the University of St. Andrews, the Innovative Healthcare Delivery Programme supports the funding for Agastya’s research.