Today we have published the PHE Screening KPI data for the fourth quarter of 2017 to 2018 (1 January to 31 March 2018). The data is split into 2 publications: one for the antenatal and newborn (ANNB) KPIs and one for the young person and adult (YPA) KPIs.
Information about replacing our credit card sized collection of plastic resource cards which support midwives in their conversations about screening with women and their families, to facilitate informed choices.
Completion of the level 3 diploma is required for screeners who are not qualified healthcare professionals currently on a professional register. Qualified professionals working in the AAA or DES programmes only need to complete the units of the diploma that are relevant to their role.
We have published the latest annual report of the UK National Screening Committee’s recommendations on whether to screen for conditions based on reviews of the best quality evidence.
PHE Screening is supporting a national campaign to bring out-of-practice radiographers back into their profession as mammographers in the NHS Breast Screening Programme.
The 2018 AAA screening national networking and information sharing day brought together more than 100 delegates from local providers, commissioners and the screening quality assurance service.
Three years ago, back in the summer of 2015, we hit the 'publish' button on our very first blog screening blog post. To mark the occasion we are going to take you, our loyal blog subscribers, on a little trip down memory lane as well as offer a few reminders about some features you may have forgotten about.
This blog is about a new process for managing the records of babies who are born in England but live in Wales, or have newborn blood spot screening tests carried out in Wales.
We’ve just published an updated version of the newborn blood spot (NBS) screening programme handbook for health professionals.
We are delighted to announce registration details for 2 upcoming national NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme events.