Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry – Victoria
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Australian males.
The Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry – Victoria (PCOR-Vic) focuses on describing patterns of care following diagnosis of prostate cancer and monitoring quality of delivered care and whether it is in line with evidence-based guidelines. PCOR-Vic are contributors to the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry – Australia and New Zealand (PCOR-ANZ) initiative.
Benefits of participating in the Registry
The Registry data has many significant impacts in research, development, and education:
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Eligibility for inclusion
Men are eligible to be included on the Registry if they have had a notification forwarded to the Victorian Cancer Registry.
By requirement of the Cancer Act, 1958, all Victorian Hospitals, Pathology Services, and Prescribed Registers are required to report cancer diagnosis to the Victorian Cancer Registry. Information sent to the Victorian Cancer Registry is also retained by hospitals. Each participating hospital sends an Patient Information and Consent Form, and letter of invitation, to men who have met criteria for prostate cancer notification, inviting participation in the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry – Victoria.
Only clinicians working within contributing hospitals are eligible to enrol in the Registry.
Please contact the Registry Coordinator for further information.
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