National Cancer Peer Review

National Cancer Peer Review (NCPR) is a national quality assurance programme for NHS cancer services.

The programme involves both self-assessment by cancer service teams and external reviews of teams conducted by professional peers, against nationally agreed “quality measures”.

NCPR is managed by the National Cancer Action Team and is an integral part of the NHS Cancer Reform Strategy (2007) and the overall NHS Cancer Programme, led by the National Cancer Director.

Listed here are relevant publications of the Cancer Quality Network System (CQuINS) version 4. Click on the links to download the documents.


Upper GI

Manual for Cancer Services: Upper GI Measures v 3

Evidence Guide for Upper GI Local MDT

Evidence Guide for Upper GI NSSG

Evidence Guide for OG Upper GI Specialist MDT


Manual for Cancer Services: Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Cancer Measures v 1


Manual for Cancer Services: Colorectal measures v 4

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