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Did you miss any screening blogs in November 2018?

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Have a quick look to see if you missed any of the 16 Public Health England (PHE) screening blogs from November 2018.

Antenatal and newborn screening

Is the gateway to genetic counselling course for you?

Screening midwives and senior nurses looking to expand their knowledge may want to register for the next gateway to genetic counselling course.

Our big day out in the world of a screening lab

In this blog PHE Screening helpdesk advisor Katy Parker describes her recent visit to an antenatal screening laboratory.

Screening resource cards move online

PHE Screening has published a new online version of the handy resource cards for midwives about screening offered in pregnancy and to babies.

Bowel cancer screening

Bowel cancer course updated

Liverpool John Moores University’s specialist bowel cancer screening practitioner programme has been updated to reflect latest developments in the programme.

What are the most important questions for bowel cancer screening research?

We're asking for ideas for the most important research topics we should be considering in bowel cancer screening.

Breast screening

New guidance for staff leading a breast screening service

PHE has published new guidance for staff involved in organising and leading local breast screening services.

Supporting women with learning disabilities to access breast screening

We've published new national guidance and information to help local breast screening providers support women with learning disabilities.

Cervical screening

PHE to launch cervical screening campaign

In March 2019 PHE will launch its first national multimedia cervical screening campaign.

Diabetic eye screening

Breaking down barriers to diabetic eye screening attendance

A look at the factors that cause people not to attend their diabetic eye screening appointment.

Infectious diseases in pregnancy screening

Much for screening to be proud of on World AIDS Day

Information about a national study of HIV in pregnancy and childhood and how screening has played a central role in prevention.

General information

Making screening more accessible for people with a severe mental illness

This blog encourages providers and commissioners to think about how they can meet the needs of people with serious mental illness so they do not miss out on screening invitations.

New screening e-learning content published for GPs

New e-learning content gives GPs and primary care colleagues practical guidance to support patients in understanding NHS screening programmes.

SQAS and screening and immunisation teams share learning at away day

The north west screening quality assurance service, screening and immunisation teams and public health staff came together recently to share information at an away day.

Latest screening KPI data updates

PHE recently published new data measuring how the 11 NHS screening programmes are performing.

Newborn blood spot screening

Ensuring safe deliveries this Christmas in newborn blood spot screening

Find out what measures are being put in place to ensure safe deliveries of blood spot samples to labs during the busy run up to Christmas.

Sickle cell and thalassaemia screening

Lab support service helps ensure best practice

A look at the UK National Haemoglobinopathy Reference Laboratory in Oxford and how it supports sickle cell and thalassaemia screening.

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. If you have any questions about this blog article, or about population screening in England, please contact the PHE screening helpdesk.

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