This collection of resources have been developed with a ‘train the trainer’ approach as a guide to the process involved in completing an effective cancer significant event analysis (SEA).
What is a cancer SEA?
This infosheet looks at the cancer SEA process, the questions it should answer, its components, and implementation in a practice setting.
Cancer SEA process flowchart
This flow chart shows a continuous cancer SEA Quality Improvement process that may be implemented in your CCG.
The importance of case selection for a cancer SEA
Infosheet on the importance of case selection for a cancer SEA and tracking a practice’s cancer activity.
Feedback instrument tool
This tool developed by Macmillan and RCGP can be used by individual GPs or practice teams to self-appraise their cancer SEAs. Guidance for peer-reviewers is included.
Analyse themes from cancer SEA
This infosheet helps explore whether reflection has been extensive and identifies themes that could have been discussed or actioned more effectively.
Actions and impact during the cancer SEA
This infosheet looks at how employing effective team meetings, agreeing actions, and measuring impact are a crucial part of the cancer SEA.