Blogs


by Dr Lauren Dixon, NLCA Clinical Fellow and Dr Neal Navani, NLCA Senior Clinical Lead

The National Lung Cancer Audit (NLCA) evaluates how the care received by people diagnosed with lung cancer in England and Wales compares with recommended practice and provides information that…

by Matt Evison, Professor - Thoracic Oncology, Pleural & Tobacco Dependence, Manchester University

Following the launch of the UKLCC’s ‘Driving Quality Improvements in UK Lung Cancer Care’ Report in February, each month we will be featuring examples of good practice…

by External Affairs, UKLCC

Why we need to share ‘good practice’ to drive quality improvements in lung cancer. 

Learning from others - and adapting good practice in…

by By Professor Robert Rintoul and Professor Mick Peake OBE

Lung cancer continues to the be the deadliest cancer in Scotland, accounting for almost a quarter of all cancer deaths nationally in 2020.1

Despite improvements in quality of…

by Prof Robert Rintoul
by External Affairs, UKLCC

Please join us at our Conference on ‘Driving Improvements in UK Lung Cancer Care’ on 10th November 2023 at Mary Ward House in London.

by Professor Robert Rintoul and Professor Mick Peake OBE

The UK Lung Cancer Coalition (UKLCC) wholeheartedly welcomes the announcement by the Prime Minister at the Conservative Party Conference yesterday - to create a ‘…

by Professor Mick Peake OBE, Chair, UK Lung Cancer Coalition

The UKLCC welcomes the publication of the long-awaited Long-Term NHS Workforce Plan today (30th June 2023).1 The Government is pledging £2.4 billion of…

by Professor Robert Rintoul, Clinical Lead, UKLCC and Professor Mick Peake OBE, Chair, UKLCC

At last, England has a national lung cancer screening programme - officially announced by the Department of Health and Social Care on Monday (26th June 2023).1  

This is a…