Welcome to National Disease Registration Service (NDRS) events area. Find out where you are likely to see us over the coming months and read all about our events.
How to get the most out of the Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy (SACT) data reports on CancerStats2
The next SACT webinar will be on Wednesday 25 October 12:00 – 12:50 pm and will cover the range of SACT reports available to registered users on CancerStats2 (CS2), including the Time to First Treatment, Data Completeness and Quality, and SACT Activity dashboards, all of which launched over the last quarter.
Please note, due to the content included, this webinar is open to NHS staff only.
An introduction to the NDRS 30-day mortality post-SACT outputs
The systemic anti-cancer therapy (SACT) data set team at the National Disease Registration Service (NDRS) release two routine 30-day mortality post-SACT data feeds to support NHS trusts in England with their internal mortality and morbidity (M&M) reviews.
This online event was delivered on Thursday September 14, 2023. During the session the SACT data set team provided detailed information on the data feeds which will included
guidance on how to access and review the data
examples of how it can support NHS trusts with their M&M reviews
schedules for when the data will be shared and details of the recipients
Please note that one of the outputs discussed within this webinar is available to NHS staff only (Rapid Data Review reports); the second is available to the public (Case Mix Adjusted Rates).
Spring webinar series
The team delivered a number of lunchtime webinars covering a range of NDRS activities, including a closer look at some of the datasets, our work on congenital anomalies and rare diseases and highlighting recent partnership projects.
The 6 sessions were:
an introduction to the national congenital anomaly data for England
breakthroughs in Sarcoma cancer data: Implications for patient care
supporting Lynch syndrome diagnosis and screening using NDRS data
a deeper dive into the SACT data set
how NDRS are working with data to reduce health inequalities
successes and challenges for rare disease registration in relation to non-genetic rare diseases, and how data is being used to produce actionable outputs
All webinars were recorded and are available from our webinars page.
Getting in touch
We are always looking for inspiration for future event topics and areas of interest. Please email the NDRS team at [email protected] with your ideas and suggestions.