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Say hello to us at the Royal College of Midwives conference 2019

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How to stay in touch with us

More than 3,500 delegates will be attending this year’s Royal College of Midwives (RCM) annual conference starting today at Manchester Central.

The conference theme is ‘Working with you locally, nationally and internationally’ and topics being discussed include:

  • multidisciplinary team working
  • perinatal mental health
  • challenging inequality
  • sexism and discrimination
  • leadership at every level
  • stillbirth
  • systems design
  • patient safety

Get the latest updates on screening

You will have the opportunity on both days to speak to representatives from the national antenatal and newborn (ANNB) screening programmes and Screening Quality Assurance Services (SQAS). Look out for ‘PHE Screening’ at stand number 18.

You will be able to find out:

We will be able to update you on all our national screening programmes and to answer any questions you have on screening guidance and our current projects.

Please encourage your friends and colleagues to visit us too and take the chance to subscribe to the PHE Screening blog to make sure you stay up to date with developments in all the ANNB programmes.

You will be able to pick up information packs that include up to date flyers of current work from all 6 programmes. And there will also be the chance to win a luxury ‘pamper hamper’ designed for hard working midwives!

For those of you who cannot make it this year, or those of you who simply want more information, you can find resources on the screening programmes pages and the screening CPD page.

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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