Urological cancer profiles

December 2015 - the Urological Cancer Profiles have been updated with the latest available data

The National Cancer Intelligence Network (Bristol team) has developed a set of indicators to help identify and understand variation of urological cancers across England. These indicators include incidence and mortality rates for major urological cancers, survival, and influencing factors, such as deprivation. Rates are given by sex where appropriate.

The Urological Cancer Profiles enable you to compare these indicators across Local/Unitary Authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) in England, and against the England average. This will help commissioners and others to identify areas and populations of need.

Note: If you have never used this programme before, you may find this Instant Atlas user guide helpful.

In addition, the understanding the profiles user guide may be useful when viewing the Profiles.

Urological cancer factsheets

You may also be interested in our urological cancer factsheets, a series of analyses on incidence, mortality and survival rates across the four UK countries.