Cancer Epidemiology and Services Research
The Cancer Epidemiology and Services Research (CESR) group is part of the Sydney School of Public Health at the University of Sydney. The group was established in 2010 as a partnership between the Cancer Institute NSW and The University of Sydney.
CESR aims to strengthen cancer epidemiology and cancer services research in NSW and thus contribute to reducing the burden of cancer in the community. A particular area of focus is the use of population-based linked datasets for cancer research.
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CESR Supp Table 2: Calculation of surgical outcome and care process indicators for colorectal cancer in NSW, 2007-2008 Published 2013-05-30
CESR Supp Table 1: List of procedures used to define surgical resection for colorectal cancer in NSW, 2007-2008 Published 2013-05-30
CESR Technical Report 1: The quality and usefulness of the NSW Clinical Cancer Registry Minimum Dataset and Colorectal Dataset Extension for colorectal cancer services research Published 2012-12-01Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide. Population-based studies of care and outcomes are essential to monitor the uptake of evidence-based treatment guidelines and identify groups most at risk of ...Report, Technical