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AAA screening: sharing good practice across the capital

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Sharing learning and good practice is important for us to ensure the continuous improvement of the national screening programmes.

The Screening Quality Assurance Service (SQAS) in London is organising a meeting for abdominal aortic aneurysm screening programmes in the capital at the end of this month.

The meeting, on Friday 27 November at the University of London, is open to all AAA screening staff in London, commissioners of adult screening and the London SQAS team.

A health professional carrying out AAA screening on a man.
AAA screening test

The aim of the day is to help local screening services to meet the national quality standards by sharing knowledge and good practice.

Invitations have been issued but anyone else interested in registering can email the London SQAS team at

Issues covered during the day will include:

  • national and regional overview of AAA Screening – successes and challenges
  • national training requirement AAA screening staff
  • key roles and responsibilities within AAA screening teams
  • identifying a standardised reporting mechanism for AAA screening

Look out for presentations from the day which will be added to this blog following the event.

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