Latest news from BTOG
The updated National Optimal Lung Cancer Pathway has been released by NHS England (dated Janaury 2024). This optimal pathway is primarily designed to improve outcomes in lung cancer by encouraging best practice, reducing variation, and reducing delays in diagnosis, staging … Read More
BTOG wishes to thank steering committee members, who have recently stepped down, for their commitment and valuable contribution. BTOG also wishes to thank Sara Hiom, who recently stepped down as a Trustee, for service and commitment since 2016. BTOG welcomes … Read More
A recap BTOG 2023 introduced by Professor Sanjay Popat, Steering Committee Chair. See a longer video on the Annual Conference event page.
Congratulations to all of the poster winners at BTOG 2023. The full list of the four 1st prize winners and the ten runners up can be downloaded here.
BTOG is delighted to welcome Julia McAdam to the steering committee. Julia, who is Lead Lung Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, joins as a nurse representative, replacing Karen Clayton who has stepped down from … Read More
Dr Liz Toy and Dr Paul Beckett – GIRFT’s clinical leads for lung cancer – along with Professor Tim Briggs, Chair of the GIRFT programme and national director of clinical improvement for NHS England, will be hosting a lunchtime webinar … Read More
BTOG is delighted to welcome Paula Shepherd to the steering committee. Paula is currently a lung cancer clinical nurse specialist at Liverpool University Hospital Foundation Trust. She qualified as an RGN in 2001 and her main experience has been gained … Read More
The National Lung Cancer Audit (NLCA) has published its latest annual report. Utilising data provided by Public Health England (PHE), Rapid Cancer Registration Dataset (RCRD) for England, the Welsh Cancer Network and lung cancer teams in Guernsey, the report provides … Read More