DATA-CAN Patient and Public member, Jacqui Gath, blogs in a personal capacity this International Women’s Day on women’s health and data research.
DATA-CAN is working with the University of Leeds to help organise an online workshop to discuss a proposal for a UK Register of stored ovarian and testicular tissue.
To mark World Cancer Day 2022, DATA-CAN’s Scientific Director, Prof Mark Lawler, has an opinion piece published in the British Medical Journal on COVID-19’s impact on cancer.
Two DATA-CAN patient group members have played a leading role in developing a case study library that showcases the benefits to patients and the public of using health data for research.
DATA-CAN’s hub director, Dr Charlie Davie, has co-authored an academic paper on best practice in making the most of Real-World Data across the globe.
DATA-CAN, in partnership with the Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG), BRIGHTLIGHT and Candlelighters, is organising a workshop on 27 January to gather young people’s thoughts on cancer patients’ medical data.
As Health Data Research UK launch a White Paper on Trusted Research Environments, DATA-CAN’s Monica Jones blogs about her work on the national cancer TRE.
A new report, featuring DATA-CAN, highlights the impact that COVID-19 has had on cancer diagnostics and treatment in Ireland in 2020.
Two of DATA-CAN’s leaders joined panellists from across the globe at the Economist World Cancer Series: Europe 2021.
We are delighted to welcome the University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian as new associate partners.