From this page, you can access the portfolio of CanTest projects. In order to form part of the programme, projects must be approved via a two-stage scientific peer review process. This includes assessment against the following principles:

  1. The current diagnostic process in primary care is a problem
  2. Improving the triaging and diagnostic process related to (1) may have value to patients and society by having a potential impact on the morbidity, mortality, patient experience or healthcare utilisation of patients with and without cancer
  3. There is at least promising evidence from Phase 1 or later phases of the CanTest Framework, or research from other settings
  4. The diagnostic process is potentially feasible in community or primary care settings

There are two main types of CanTest research: