Bowel Cancer Intelligence UK
Chris Carrigan is a specialist in health data and information, but with a particular focus on patient involvement and patient power. He is co-Chair of the Bowel Cancer Intelligence UK Patient Public Group and Expert Data Adviser to the use MY data movement.
Chris has significant experience in influencing national policy in medical informatics and research and has a respected national profile in leading patient and public engagement exercises.
In 2014 he was named as one of the Health Service Journal’s Top 50 Innovators in the NHS for his innovative and collaborative approach to patient empowerment, and featured on BBC Radio 4’s Networking Nation series.
Until August 2018 Chris was the inaugural Chair of an advisory group for NHS Digital, IGARD - the Independent Group Advising on the Release of Data.
Patient Engagement in the uses of Patient Data
As the volume, speed and granularity of patient data increases, so do the opportunities to use the data to understand variation, generate new insights and improve care and outcomes. And yet the complexities and nervousness around information governance risk progress being hindered. We describe how the Bowel Cancer Intelligence UK programme has developed under the guidance of engaged patients, who are at the heart of the work.
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Mr Hamish Clouston The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Surgical Management of Advanced Colonic and Rectal Malignancies.
Professor Anthony Howell The University of Manchester / The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Improving risk estimation of breast cancer
Dr Tony Dhillon University of Surrey and Royal Surrey County Hospital
Immunotherapy and Colon Cancer
Dr Shanmugasundaram Ramkumar University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
Radiotherapy developments in management of recurrent rectal cancers
Professor Noel Clarke The Christie and Salford Royal Hospitals, Manchester UK
Improving Prostate Cancer Outcomes Through Cancer Trials