In this speaker session filmed at Guidelines Live 2022, Dr Abhijit Gill talks about the role primary care plays in the earlier diagnosis of cancer. The session includes reflecting on referral practice, safety netting, signposting patients, service requirements, and suggestions to improve uptake of cancer screening.
Keen to Learn More?
View our selection of Guidelines summaries at medscape.co.uk/guidelines, and read these Guidelines in Practice expert articles:
- Network-Level Action is Needed to Improve Cancer Diagnosis Pathways
- Achieve Faster Diagnosis of Suspected Cancer via Rapid Diagnostic Centres.
View our Guidelines Live 2022 special companion editions of Guidelines and Guidelines in Practice, produced to provide further information on sessions covered in the main agenda.
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|This session is supported by RM Partners. RM Partners is one of 21 Cancer Alliances established by NHS England to lead on the delivery of the cancer care recommendations in the NHS Long Term Plan. RM Partners' mission is to achieve world class cancer care outcomes and experience for its population in west London.|
|This session is supported by Macmillan Cancer Support. This leading charity raises money to provide vital cancer services and research, campaigns to achieve better cancer care, and supports healthcare professionals with up-to-date resources, tools, information, and training courses to help them support people living with cancer.|