Read our latest news and blogs below.
Cancer survivor and DATA-CAN patient member, Steve Hill, is giving back to the health services that have treated him.
John Barnes to join Public Health England’s Bowel Cancer Screening Research Advisory Committee.
DATA-CAN was delighted to welcome Nonyelum Anigbo as our first intern recruited as part of the 10,000 Black Interns initiative.
DATA-CAN’s innovative way of working with patients and the public is published in the British Medical Journal.
New research has found that colorectal cancer costs Europe a staggering €19.1 billion (£16.3 billion) per year.
DATA-CAN, the Northern Health Science Alliance and the Health Innovation Research Alliance Northern Ireland held a virtual seminar on health data research.
Jacqui Gath shares her thoughts on the importance of data diversity in healthcare research and the steps that can be taken to address inequalities in healthcare.
Monica Jones, Chief Data Officer of DATA-CAN, explains why we need good quality data that can be used well.
Members of the DATA-CAN team have featured in a video from OneLondon looking at how health data can support experience and outcomes for cancer patients.
Pete Wheatstone blogs about the GP Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) initiative.