Colorectal Expert Advisory Group

Chair: Mr P Coyne, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Newcastle

The Colorectal EAG is a multi-professional group made of health professionals from organisations across Northern England covering a population of 3.06 million.

The EAG are multi-disciplinary forums for site specific cancers or for cross cutting themes; with representation from professionals across the specific cancer care pathway. They involve users in their planning and review; and have the active engagement of all the multidisciplinary team leads from the service providers across the North East and North Cumbria.

The EAG act as a group to provide expert clinical advice to commissioners and others to influence best possible practice across the region.

The EAG aims to:

  • agree a set of clinical guidelines and patient pathways to support the delivery of high quality equitable services across the region
  • Use available ┬ádata to consider where there may be unwarranted variation and recommend corrective action where necessary
  • use service evaluations by patients and carers to make improvements
  • monitor progress on meeting national cancer standards and ensure improvements are implemented
  • review and discuss identified risks/untoward incidents to ensure learning is spread
  • agree a common approach to research and service development.

 

Upcoming Events

DateEvent
14th June 2019 @ 2:00 pmColorectal EAG MeetingView Event
12th December 2019 @ 1:00 pmColoreactal EAG MeetingView Event

Downloads

Agendas
06 November 2018Download
19 June 2018Download
10 November 2017Download
16 May 2017Download
Meeting Minutes
19 June 2018Download
16 May 2017Download
Audits
Living with and Beyond CancerDownload
Stratified Follow-up ImplementationDownload
Triage of 2WW referralsDownload
Audit of Colorectal Cancer SpecimensDownload
Complete ResponseDownload
Radiology and Histology ConcordanceDownload
T1 Rectal Cancer AuditDownload
Research PresentationDownload
NBOCAP Annual Report 2015Download
Guidelines
Clinical Guidelines and PathwaysDownload
Other Documents
Patient Survey Key Points Colorectal 2014Download
Patient Survey Report 2014Download