This report presents the evaluation findings from round one of the bowel screening pilot. It describes how effective, safe, acceptable and equitable the pilot was in round one and provides a preliminary analysis of the round one costings.
This interactive report shows cancer survival in New Zealand and supersedes the Cancer patient survival covering the period 1994 to 2007 publication. It also shows how cancer survival has changed over time.
This set of criteria aims: to help primary health care practitioners manage patients effectively in the community by ensuring they get appropriate access to diagnostics and to provide district health boards with a minimum benchmark of service provision.