In a slight break from the norm, we're listing every blog we published over the last 2 months, rather than the usual one.
Although we may have taken a month off, there has definitely been no let-up in the number or range of our blogs!
So have a quick look through the list below to check you haven't missed anything crucial. Please feel free to share any you particularly enjoyed with your colleagues.
Abdominal aortic aneurysm screening
THE NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening Programme has now invited 2 million men for a screening test since screening started in England in 2009.
We recently held a successful networking day for clinical skills trainers from all over England and Wales.
The 2018 AAA screening national networking and information sharing day brought together more than 100 delegates.
Bowel cancer screening
Belinda Johnston blogs about attending a service to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS at Westminster Abbey. Her grandfather, Clement Attlee, was instrumental as prime minister in getting the health service set up.
This blog is about the closing of the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme extranet website.
PHE Screening is supporting a national campaign to bring out-of-practice radiographers back into the NHS Breast Screening Programme.
The Sloane Project website is moving to GOV.UK.
Over the last few months we've been working hard to update and improve the existing cervical screening failsafe guidelines and screening services need to be aware of the updated requirements.
Data and KPIs
A blog about the PHE Screening KPI data for the fourth quarter of 2017 to 2018. The data is split into 2 publications: one for the antenatal and newborn KPIs and one for the young person and adult KPIs.
Diabetic eye screening
We are delighted to announce registration details for 2 upcoming national NHS Diabetic Eye Screening (DES) Programme events.
Fetal anomaly screening
The NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme wants to know how cascade training has impacted on the knowledge and confidence of participants who took part.
Information about our updated guidance on patient confidentiality in NHS population screening programmes.
If you’re not yet used to HTML don’t panic. This blog will answer most of your questions.
It is important for GPs to remember that the duty to share information can be just as important as the duty to protect confidentiality.
We have published guidance that describes the checks and audits needed for antenatal and newborn screening pathways.
Find out how we are moving the PHE Screening inequalities strategy forward.
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.
Three years ago, back in the summer of 2015, we hit the 'publish' button on our very first screening blog.
Information about replacing our plastic resource cards which support midwives in their conversations about screening with women and their families.
About how we need to save money on our printed screening leaflets.
We have published new national guidance on GOV.UK that explains the process for policy makers and researchers who want to access screening data.
Infectious diseases in pregnancy screening
We are running a series of workshops about a review being carried out as part of the NHS infectious diseases in pregnancy screening programme.
Newborn blood spot screening
There's 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 screening handbook for health professionals.
Screening quality assurance service
We've launched 3 e-learning modules aimed at our screening quality assurance service staff and the professional and clinical advisors who provide specialist expertise.
One of the main roles of Public Health England's screening quality assurance service is to carry out formal visits to antenatal and newborn screening services.
Sickle cell and thalassaemia screening
A hospital has made a simple change that is having a big impact on improving early access to sickle cell and thalassaemia screening.
We have updated the sickle cell and thalassaemia screening handbook.
UK National Screening Committee
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.
The final, UK National Screening Committee branded guidance on personal informed choice, has been published.
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.