The National Pancreatic Cancer Audit (NPaCA) has been commissioned to evaluate pancreatic cancer care delivered in NHS hospitals across England and Wales. It aims to help NHS organisations to benchmark their pancreatic cancer care against measurable standards, to identify unwarranted variation in care, and to provide tools to help services improve quality of care for people with pancreatic cancer.
The NPaCA’s scoping document specifies the scope of the audit (e.g. inclusion criteria) and outlines potential priority areas for quality improvement.
If you have any questions about the NPaCA’s work, please email us at: [email protected].
Last updated: 30 November 2023, 10:09am