News & Events
The N. Ireland Cancer Registry 2018-19 Operational Plan
The most up-to-date N. Ireland Cancer Registry 2018-19 Operational Plan is now available for download (click here).
Launch of Care of lung cancer patients in N. Ireland diagnosed 2014 report
The launch of the Care of lung cancer patients in N. Ireland diagnosed 2014 report took place on Friday 15 September in the Great Hall, Lanyon Building, Queens University Belfast. Download the report
NICR Newsletter 2017
The N.Ireland Cancer Registry Newsletter 2017 is now available for download. The newsletter outlines all the research and achievements of the Cancer Registry during the previous year. Please ensure you have Adobe Reader installed before viewing the newsletter.
Official Statistics 2016
The N. Ireland Cancer Registry is the producer of official statistics on the incidence, prevalence, survival and mortality of cancer in Northern Ireland.
To view the most up-to-date statistics please click here
Health Committee visit to Queens University, Belfast
Further to the Health Committee visit to Queens on 17 November 2016. The N. Ireland Cancer Registry provided a detailed report about the Registry work. Download a copy via this link
Prostate cancer screening: A north/south comparison in Ireland
Dr Anna Gavin presents at the IARC 50th Anniversary Conference about Prostate cancer screening: A north/south comparison in Ireland study. To view the online video please click here
Macmillan Cancer Support develops Local Cancer Intelligence Tool
Macmillan Cancer Support collaborated with the Northern Ireland Cancer Registry (NICR) to develop the Local Cancer Intelligence Tool, to help the people understand more about the changing cancer population. For more information about how to access the Local Cancer Intelligence Tool please click this link.
The report “Monitoring care for female breast cancer patients in Northern Ireland diagnosed 2012 (with comparisons to 1996, 2001 and 2006)” is a comprehensive audit of breast cancer patients that reports on all aspects of cancer patients’ care pathway including, referral and presentation, investigation, diagnosis, treatment & after-care. The audit is funded by Guidelines and Audit Implementation Network (GAIN).