The National Audit of Cancer Diagnosis explores patient pathways through primary care to cancer diagnosis. It particularly focuses on the time from patient presentation to diagnosis, the use of investigations prior to referral, and the referral pathways for patients diagnosed with cancer. Tailored practice-level feedback is provided to participants, helping to evidence good practice and identify areas that may need improvement. This series of five screencasts looks at the quality improvement process and tools that can be helpful in achieving earlier diagnosis of cancer in your patients.
An educational grant was received by Cancer Research UK for the production of the course. Editorial and content decisions were made solely by the RCGP.