In March 2019, Public Health England launched the first ever national cervical screening campaign, Cervical Screening Saves Lives. With an evaluation under way, now is a good time to share some of the highlights from the campaign, along with some early signs of its impact.
The NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme (FASP) handbook for laboratories is the ‘all you need to know’ guide for screening laboratories for Down’s, Edwards’ and Patau’s syndrome. The updated lab handbook is now available.
Find out more about our new e-learning module on managing safety incidents in NHS screening programmes.
Local diabetic eye screening services provided very useful feedback to our survey into challenges in meeting the achievable standard for one of the national programme's key performance indicators.
An example of best practice from a local diabetic eye screening provider in helping to ensure equal access to screening for an individual with complex needs.
Find out about the much improved and updated second edition of the Screening: Evidence and Practice book by Angela Raffle, Anne Mackie and Muir Gray.
Updated translations published of our antenatal and newborn screening information in 12 languages.
An updated version of the Newborn and Infant Physical Examination Screening Programme handbook has now been published.
It's that time when you have the opportunity to propose a new health screening programme which could be implemented across the whole of the UK.
A new version of SMaRT4NIPE for the NHS Newborn and Infant Physical Examination (NIPE) Programme will be available on Friday 6 September.
Today is World Sexual Health Day. Public Health England (PHE) supports sexual health commissioning, runs sexual health campaigns and promotes condom use and increased testing. New PHE data revealed there were around 448,000 cases of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) diagnosed …