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Prostate Cancer Outcomes - Registry Australia and New Zealand

Movember Funding to Date

AUD 11,485,647

What we seek to achieve

To establish an international population based registry of men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer to build evidence that supports risk adjusted feedback reports for hospitals and clinicians and helps deliver improved quality of treatment and care to patients.

Country
Australia
Implemented by
Movember Foundation
Project start date
December 2011
Project Status
In Progress

About the project

The Prostate Cancer Outcomes - Registry Australia and New Zealand (PCOR-ANZ) provides a population based understanding of clinical and patient reported health outcome data for men diagnosed with prostate cancer across Australia and New Zealand. The objective of the registry is to routinely capture data for 90% of newly diagnosed prostate cancer cases annually.

Clinicians and hospitals contributing data to PCOR-ANZ will receive regular, risk-adjusted reports on their patients’ health outcomes as compared to other clinicians and hospitals in Australia and New Zealand. This will support improvement in clinical practice and patient outcomes over time.

PCOR-ANZ produces a publicly available annual report of patient reported outcomes linked to treatment and is overseen by a Steering Committee consisting of clinicians, registry custodians, administrators, an epidemiologist and prostate cancer survivors.

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