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What PHE Screening blogged about in May 2018

Here’s a list of all our blog posts in May 2018 and links so you can find them.

General information

Mind the gap! PHE Screening’s inequalities strategy launches

Reducing inequalities is one of our main aims, which is why we were so pleased to launch the PHE Screening inequalities strategy earlier this month.

Addressing inequalities in AAA screening

Information about new guidance for AAA screening providers, commissioners and other stakeholders on sharing learning and good practice in reducing barriers to attendance.

There are opportunities and risks of moving away from printed leaflets

Help us spend less on leaflets

Information about how you can help us to keep our leaflet print spend down.

Diabetic eye screening

Diabetic eye screening updates

This blog contains a number of short updates from the national diabetic eye screening programme.

Fetal anomaly screening

Implementing the fetal anomaly scan coverage KPI: a progress report

An update on what's happened since the NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme introduced a new key performance indicator (KPI) in 2016.

Newborn and infant physical examination screening

We’re consulting on proposed changes to the NIPE hip screening pathway

We are asking all our stakeholders to comment on proposed changes to the newborn and infant physical examination hip screening pathway.

Newborn blood spot screening

Newborn blood spot screening data report published for 2016 to 2017

The annual newborn blood spot screening data collection and performance analysis report for the year 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.

Newborn screening

Report highlights best practice for newborn screening in neonatal intensive care units

A new survey report highlights best practice for newborn screening in non-maternity settings.

PHE Screening blogs

PHE Screening blogs provide up to date news from all NHS screening programmes. You can register to receive updates direct to your inbox, so there’s no need to keep checking for new blogs.

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