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Subject: Cancer services
An Evaluation of “Cancer Services in Ireland: A National Strategy 1996″ This report presents the outcome of a comprehensive study that evaluated the extent to which the objectives and actions of the 1996 National Cancer Strategy were achieved. The evaluation was commissioned by the...
Subject: Cancer services
The Regional Advisory Committee on Cancer Services (RACC) was established in 1997. Its purpose is to advise the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) on the implementation of the recommendations contained in the Campbell Report Cancer Services: Investing for the Future and on the...
Subject: Cancer services
The Cancer Centre, the Belfast City Hospital Trust,* the Royal Victoria Hospital and each of the Cancer Units have appointed Lead Clinicians for Cancer Services. These Clinicians have a responsibility for the overall co-ordination and development of cancer services based at the Centre or Units. åÊ
Subject: Cancer services
Mission statement: åÊ To save lives of those at risk of developing cancer and enhance the quality of life of those living with cancer in Northern Ireland. åÊ Services include: - Women’s early detection service åÊ – mammography, cervical screening and breast awareness (including a mobile...
Subject: Cancer services
Report published by the DHSSPS in May 1996. The Cancer Working Group, chaired by the Chief Medical Officer Henrietta Campbell, highlighted the need for changes to cancer services and made a number of key recommendations for the future development of these services.