Prostate cancer: key references and evidence

References

Black R, Stockton D (eds). Cancer scenarios: An aid to planning cancer services in Scotland in the next decade. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2001.

Brewster DH, Fraser LA, Harris V, Black RJ. Rising incidence of prostate cancer in Scotland: increased risk or increased detection? BJU Int 2000; 85: 463-472.

Brewster DH, Stockton DL, Harvey J, Mackay M. Reliability of cancer registration data in Scotland, 1997. Eur J Cancer 2002; 38: 414-417.

Burford D, Kirkby M, Austoker J. Prostate Cancer risk Management Programme - PSA testing in asymptomatic men (265Kb) NHS Cancer Screening Programmes, 2009.

Ferlay J, Bray F, Pisani P, Parkin DM.Cancer Incidence, Mortality and Prevalence Worldwide. IARC CancerBase No. 5. version 2.0. Lyon: IARCPress, 2004. Lyon: IARCPress, 2004. (The GLOBOCAN database is an electronic version of this).

Forman D, Stockton D, Moller H, Quinn M, Babb P, De Angelis R, Micheli A. Cancer Prevalence in the UK: results from the EUROPREVAL Study. Annals of Oncol 2003; 14: 648-654.

Howard GCW, Thomson CS, Stroner PL, Goodman CM, Windsor PM, Brewster DH. Patterns of referral, management and survival of patients diagnosed with prostate cancer in Scotland during 1988 and 1993: results of a national, retrospective population-based audit. BJU Int 2001; 87: 339-347.

Ilic D, Neuberger MM, Djulbegovic M, Dahm P. Screening for prostate cancer. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013, Issue 1. Art. No.: CD004720. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD004720.pub3.

Micheli A, Mugno E, Krogh V, Quinn MJ, Coleman M, Hakulinen T, Gatta G, Berrino F, Capocaccia R & the EUROPREVAL Working Group. Cancer prevalence in European registry areas. Annals of Oncology 2002; 13: 840865.

Scottish Executive Health Department. Cancer in Scotland: Action for Change, 2001. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2001.

Sharpe K. Better Cancer Care: Better Cancer Care: An Aid to Planning Cancer Services. Cancer Incidence Projections for Scotpland (2006 - 2020) Updatedto reflect 2006-based Population Projections. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2008.

Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorate. Beating Cancer: Ambition and Action. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2016.

Scottish Executive Health Department. Cancer in Scotland: Sustaining Change, 2004. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2004.

Scottish Government Health Directorate. Better Cancer Care, An Action Plan, 2008 Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2008.

Scottish Government Health Directorate. Prostate Cancer Risk Management Programme - PSA testing information Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2013.

Stockton DL. Sustaining change: Cancer Incidence Projections for Scotland (2001 - 2020) - An Aid to Planning Cancer Services. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2004.

Wood H, Cooper N, Rowan S, Quinn M. Prostate. (433Kb) In: Quinn M, Wood H, Cooper N, Rowan S (eds). Cancer Atlas of the United Kingdom and Ireland 1991-2000. ONS SMPS No. 68. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2005.

Effectiveness evidence

ScotPHO's purpose is to describe the pattern of health across the Scottish population. As a supplementary service to users, we include the following links to external sources of quality-assured evidence on effectiveness of interventions which may include relevant material for this topic. These links are provided as an aid to users. They are by no means exhaustive nor should they be necessarily viewed as authoritative.

NHS Health Scotland: Scottish briefings on NICE public health guidance

Centre for Reviews and Dissemination

Cochrane Library: Browse by topic

EPPI-Centre: Evidence library

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Evidence services: Evidence search

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Guidance: Find guidance

Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN)

 

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