Lancashire and South Cumbria SACT CRG

SACT CRG Chair: Professor Ruth Board, Consultant Medical Oncologist and SACT Lead, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 

Secretary: Susan Alston
CRG Group Contact: Rachel Ellis

The role and purpose of the SACT CRG is to improve the experience and outcomes of cancer care for chemotherapy patients in Lancashire & South Cumbria.

This involves consideration of strategies and plans for service improvement and service development across the patient pathway, incorporating all aspects of care at appropriate stages of the patient's journey. The aim is to achieve the best possible outcomes and best quality of life for all patients who use Acute Oncology services within the Network.

Members of the group will be responsible for feeding back information/decisions from the meetings to their clinical and managerial colleagues.

The SACT protocols can be accessed via the following link:    <<<  SACT PROTOCOLS >>>



LSCCA Network Guidelines for The Use of Aranesp 

For a more detailed background information on prescribing please see the following guidance:
'Policy for the use of Erythropoietin's for Cancer Treatment Induced Anaemia in the Nothern Cancer Alliance'


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