Improving how people aged 75 years and above and general practitioners make decisions about colorectal cancer screening, investigation and management.

Overview:
This program of research aims to determine the key factors associated with poor outcomes in people aged ≥ 75 years with colorectal cancer, especially those relating to comorbidities, poor health and performance status; and determine how (and by whom) decisions on screening, investigation and management (including palliative care) are made in older people with colorectal cancer.

Chief Investigator:
Joel Rhee

Current Status:
In development