National Gastro-Intestinal Cancer Audit Programme – National Oesophago-Gastric Cancer Audit (NOGCA)

Supplier info

Name: Joanna Geisler (project management based at NHS Digital)
Org: Royal College of Surgeons (RCS)
Phone: 0300 303 5678
Website: NOGCA

HQIP contact

Sarah Walker

Programme overview

Oesophago-gastric (OG) cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the UK, affecting around 16,000 people each year. The audit collects prospective data on all adult patients diagnosed in England and Wales with either invasive epithelial cancer of the oesophagus, gastro-oesophageal junction (GOJ) or stomach, or HGD of the oesophagus.

Future of the audit

NHS England and the Welsh Government agreed in March 2017 to fund a National Gastrointestinal Cancer (Oesophago-gastric and Bowel) Audit Programme from 2018 which will cover both the upper and lower gastro-intestinal tract. It is expected that this programme will incorporate some or all of the scope of the existing National Bowel and Oesophago-gastric Cancer audits. For further information about the timelines and details of how to apply for the National Gastrointestinal Cancer (Oesophago-gastric and Bowel) Audit Programme once the tender has been launched, please review HQIP’s Tenders and Procurement webpage.

Additional information on all HQIP-commissioned projects is available on the NHS Trusts page, which includes the recommendations repository, infographics compendium, 9 month publication schedule, impact report, and National Clinical Audit and Enquiries Directory. For further information about this project, please contact the project team directly using the contact details listed in the ‘Supplier Info’ section above.

Clinical Outcomes Publication (COP)

This project publishes outcome data as part of the Clinical Outcomes Publication programme. For further details about this programme, please see HQIP’s COP webpages.

Accessing data

Data collected on behalf of HQIP by all NCAPOP projects is routinely reported and these reports are available in the ‘Latest resources’ section. The reported data is also placed on the website. Data is also placed upon MyNHS and NHS Choices.

For details of how to apply for data that is not in the public domain, please see HQIP’s data access web pages.

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