Here is a round-up of each and every Public Health England (PHE) screening blog post published in September 2019. There were 18 in total.
Antenatal and newborn screening
Find out about what we are doing to promote reproductive and sexual health.
Find out about the new version of SMaRT4NIPE, the IT system for the newborn and infant physical examination programme.
An updated version of the newborn and infant physical examination screening programme handbook has now been published.
Updated translations of our antenatal and newborn screening information have been published in 12 languages.
The updated handbook for laboratories working with the fetal anomaly screening programme is the ‘all you need to know’ guide for Down’s syndrome, Edwards’ syndrome and Patau’s syndrome.
We have just refreshed and updated our e-learning resource for ultrasound practitioners involved in first trimester screening.
Complete our short survey to evaluate the antenatal and newborn screening animation.
We were at this year’s conference to offer guidance and answer questions.
Find out what we learned from asking people for their views about the move to digital screening information.
Find out about the changes coming to the NBSFS system used to ensure screening invites are not missed.
Updated guidance has been published for commissioners and providers of medical physics services.
Information on new invitation and result letters, along with new information leaflets.
Find out about the new guidance for laboratories that are providing HPV testing and cervical cytology services.
Diabetic eye screening
An example of best practice from a local diabetic eye screening provider in helping to ensure equal access to screening for an individual with complex needs.
Find out what we learned through our survey into challenges in meeting one of our achievable standards for diabetic eye screening.
Screening Quality Assurance Service
Find out more about our new e-learning module on managing safety incidents in NHS screening programmes.
UK National Screening Committee
Your opportunity to propose a new health screening programme which could be implemented across the whole of the UK.
Find out about the much improved and updated second edition of the Screening: Evidence and Practice book by Angela Raffle, Anne Mackie and Muir Gray.
Citizens Online is undertaking an equalities impact assessment on the plan to replace printed leaflets with digital information for many people.
PHE Screening blogs
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