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Name:Forename Editestpatient
NHS Number:999 999 9468
Tumour Type:Colo-Rectal

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The following information is to allow identification of your patient. The information has been collected from various hospital sources, collated at the cancer registry (National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service). These items are not for edit. Please check all the items before moving to the next section.

Name: Forename Editestpatient NHS Number: 999 999 9468
Sex: Female DOB: 27.01.1945
Site of cancer diagnosis: RWA16 Diagnosis Date: 18.02.2014 Age at cancer diagnosis: 69
: RWA16 Date of colonoscopy: 20.11.2015 Age at index colonoscopy: 70

It is not usually possible to complete the CANCER DETAILS section if the PCCRC was diagnosed at a different trust or, sometimes, a different hospital within the same trust. Our recommendation is that the site of PCCRC diagnosis completes the CANCER DETAILS section and then passes on the case to the Index Colonoscopy site. This will happen automatically once the CANCER DETAILS section is complete and submitted.

Does the case satisfy the audit criteria?

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Enter details on the cancer.

Details of the colonoscopy that did not detect the cancer.

Procedure difficulty: difficult and/or lengthy procedures are known to lead to inadequate inspection and be associated with a higher risk of PCCRC

This section is about immediate decision-making if procedure is considered inadequate or further therapy required

This section is about decision-making following adequate colon visualisation and completion of therapy.

Enter details on the Polyp

exclude small recto-sigmoid hyperplastic polyps

The WEO categorisation does not take account of non-procedural related factors. This section summarises these other factors

Discharging Duty of Candour should be considered if the PCCRC was probably or definitely avoidable, and if the patient has been harmed by the delay in diagnosis of cancer, or failure to prevent cancer. It is not always possible to be categorical about whether an event is avoidable or whether major harm has occurred. Clinical teams are strongly advised to follow local policies and discuss cases they think might require discharge of Duty of Candour with the relevant team in their organisation.