Who we are
The Australian & New Zealand Thyroid Cancer Registry (ANZTCR) is a clinical quality registry, which collects information about the diagnosis, treatment and outcomes of individuals diagnosed with thyroid cancer. The registry is managed by the Cancer Research Program in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University.
The ANZTCR is designed to describe patterns of care following diagnosis of thyroid cancer. The aim of the registry is to identify variation in the management, treatment and outcomes of patients with thyroid cancer, with a view to improving patient outcomes and quality of care.
By participating and allowing information about your diagnosis, treatment and health outcomes to be collected by the ANZTCR, you are contributing to the improvement of the quality of care and outcomes for patients diagnosed with thyroid cancer in the future.
Over 2600 patients are currently participating in the ANZTCR from Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland and New Zealand
Over 42 hospitals are currently participating in ANZTCR
Over 90 surgeons are currently contributing to the ANZTCR