eConsult lunchtime seminar: Improving early detection with primary care data

Date: Tuesday 27th April
Time: 12:30 - 13:30 GMT
Venue: Virtually via Zoom. Register here.

eConsult is a fast-growing platform for primary care triage that is currently used in 44% of GP practices in England, facilitating 1 million consultations per month, with triage products also now in A&E and Outpatients. The potential to leverage this healthcare data to improve early cancer detection within the NHS is currently an open question that the eConsult team is keen to explore in collaboration with the academic community.

We invite University of Cambridge researchers to join eConsult directors Adrian Chamberlain, Murray Ellender and Mark Harmon for a lunchtime seminar to learn more about the eConsult platform and data opportunity, and to join an open discussion on how this growing data set could be used to improve early detection in primary care. Please click here to register.