Medical Oncology and Haemato-Oncology Programmes

The NCCP National Medical Oncology and Haemato-oncology Programmes aim to ensure that the needs of the anticipated increased incidence in cancer diagnosis and requirements for treatment continue to be met.  The national Medical Oncology and Haemato-oncology Programmes incorporates a number of initiatives aimed at coordinating and managing cancer drug services, ensuring appropriate access to and monitoring of cancer drug use and ensuring that appropriate forward-planning is undertaken to meet future requirements.

Information on the work of the programmes is available by clicking the links on the left and below.

SACT Guidance, Documents and Resources

NCCP Framework for Decision Making for Tests (Predictive for Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy Treatment) in the Irish Molecular Pathology Service

Dose Banding for Systemic Anticancer Therapy

Cancer Drug Management Programme

Clinical Trials 

Medical Oncology Clinical Information System (MOCIS)

National Meeting

NCCP Technology Review Committee

Oncology Medication Safety Review

Systemic Therapy Programme Newsletter

Contact the National Medical Oncology and Haemato-oncology Programmes