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2015 data in OASys
OASys users can now examine outcome measures for cancer in Queensland over years 1982-2015, such as survival across various combinations of demographic and clinical dimensions such as age, residence and cancer.
the QCR has joined QCCAT
QCCAT has recently embraced full responsibility for the Queensland Cancer Register. QCCAT welcomes our new team members and invites you to read all about this merge.
2015 incidence and mortality data in OASys
New updates in OASys include:
* Cancer in Queensland from 1982 to 2015 is now available by sex, age, residence, cancer type
* Cancer projections up to 2036
* Statistical Areas – Level 2 (SA2), Level 3 (SA3) and Level 4 (SA4)
* A summarised view of cancer statistics in Queensland for incidence, mortality, age standardised rates, relative survival and prevalence
* Download OASys data tables to conduct further analysis on cancer in Queensland
The Director General of the Department of Health has mandated that from 7 May 2018, the management and staffing responsibilities for the Queensland Cancer Register (QCR) will be merging with the Cancer Alliance Queensland, which incorporates The Partnership and Queensland Cancer Control Analysis Team (QCCAT), part of the Metro South Hospital and Health Service. This change will allow the Director General to continue to meet legal requirements to collect cancer incidence and mortality information for Queensland. The Cancer Alliance Queensland have demonstrated advanced capabilities in oncology information management for Queensland. QCCAT has leveraged from work already completed to develop and replace the outdated QCR data collection system with a sophisticated data collection application known as QOOL-R.
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