National Bowel Cancer Audit: Short Report – Patient Reported Experience Measures

Reports | Published: 11 Jun 2020

Patient reported experience measures (PREMs) are essential measures of quality of care. Patient reported experience measures for cancer patients have been collected by NHS England via the Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) since 2010.

The aim of this short report was to link the CPES responses to the National Bowel Cancer Audit (NBOCA) data to explore the feasibility of reporting PREMs at hospital trust level in a cohort of newly diagnosed colorectal cancer patients admitted to hospital in England for initial treatment of their cancer. The potential for the development of new performance indicators for NBOCA using CPES responses was also investigated.

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National Bowel Cancer Audit: Short Report – Patient Reported Experience Measures