GDPR Poster

Today, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) becomes law. This means that all patients whose data is recorded by the Registry have enhanced rights around the collection and protection of their personal information. The National...Read more

Childhood cancer chart

For Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the NCR has updated childhood cancer incidence stats to the year 2013.Read more

Childhood cancer montage

An on-line incidence search for childhood cancer is now accessible on the Registry website in the Incidence statistics section.Read more

An example of a survival curve (all cancers)

A new dynamic survival search facility is now available on the survival statistics page.Read more

The National Cancer Registry, following discussions with the National Cancer Control Programme, has begun the process of developing a core national cancer dataset (CNCDS) which would serve a range of purposes, including cancer registration, service planning and evaluation and would support some aspects of clinical audit and research. This database would not preclude the development of more specialised or more detailed datasets, but should form the core of such datasets.Read more

The National Cancer Registry invites your views and recommendations on a proposed national cancer minimum dataset, as recommended by the National Cancer Strategy. The process of developing this dataset began with a...Read more

A large multidisciplinary workshop organised by the National Cancer Registry has come out strongly in support of the mandatory reporting of cancer in Ireland and the development of an extensive national minimum cancer dataset....Read more

The National Cancer Registry holds the only national cancer database in the Republic of Ireland. With such a vast amount of cancer information available to it, data security and confidentiality is of paramount importance to the Registry. The...Read more

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