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CQuINS is an on-line tool supporting the quality improvement of cancer care through self assessment and peer review.
First commissioned by the National Cancer Action Team in 2003, CQuINS is now in it’s fourth version and leads the field in terms of on-line assessment and reporting.
Every cancer service in the country – more than 5000 NHS staff – uses CQuINS to assess the quality of the service they offer against the national manual of cancer standards on a rolling annual programme.
CQuINS now provides end-to-end cover for the whole peer review process; it contains the source material for the manual, holds all the internal and external metrics, houses a library containing thousands of documents, and produces final reports for each cancer network in high quality PDF format.
For more information on the programme, please visit CQuINS