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Dr Hilary Morrison

“I’m delighted to be asked to be a lay member of the GP Advisory Board. I know how difficult it can be as a GP to diagnose ovarian cancer, but this is no excuse."

Our GP Advisory Board brings together leading GPs from around the UK, with the aim of improving outcomes in early diagnosis for women.

With expertise in symptoms research, health economics, access to diagnostics and GP education, the Board will advise and shape our future work increasing early diagnosis and reducing risk.

GP Advisory Board aims

  • To support the development and implementation of Target Ovarian Cancer's primary care strategy, including advising on new and existing GP resources
  • To work with Target Ovarian Cancer to monitor the impact of new commissioning structures on ovarian cancer services, particularly in relation to supporting access to appropriate diagnostic tests and earlier diagnosis
  • To advise Target Ovarian Cancer on how it can support GPs involved in ovarian cancer symptoms campaigns (as part of the Be Clear on Cancer programme) at local, regional and national level.

​Target Ovarian Cancer's GP Advisory Board members

Read our most recent GP news

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Tuesday 10 November 2015
Today Public Health England have published the latest data on the routes by which women with ovarian cancer are diagnosed. We know that the earlier women are diagnosed, the greater their chances of surviving ovarian cancer. Women who are diagnosed at a later stage are often diagnosed once the...
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Tuesday 23 June 2015
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has today released updated guidance to help GPs and other primary care professionals recognise the signs and symptoms of cancer, and refer people for the right tests faster, with the goal of seeing more people diagnosed earlier,...
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Monday 12 January 2015
NHS England has announced the launch of a new independent cancer task force and the launch of a major early diagnosis programme for cancer, in a bid to diagnose an extra ten per cent of people early. The plans are part of a drive to improve cancer survival rates in England, which are currently...
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Launch of a new ovarian cancer toolkit for GPs in Scotland
Tuesday 30 September 2014
An event in Glasgow brought together women with ovarian cancer, GPs and health educators to launch Target Ovarian Cancer’s new ovarian cancer toolkit for GPs.  Crucial role in diagnosing ovarian cancer The role of GPs in diagnosing ovarian cancer early is crucial, but diagnosis is not always easy....

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