Here is a round-up of each and every Public Health England (PHE) screening blog post published in February 2020. There were 15 in total.
Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening
The way screening technicians’ scanning competence is tested is changing.
One consultant radiographer’s experience taking on the role of director of screening.
Researchers at the University of Manchester interviewed women from underserved populations to hear what the main barriers to attending breast screening were for them.
Bowel cancer testing made easier.
Diabetic eye screening
Find out how the world vision report highlights the DES programme’s contribution to a reduction in treatable diabetic retinopathy.
Read about work on engaging the LGBT community in diabetic eye screening.
Fetal anomaly screening
We have updated our chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and amniocentesis: information for parents resource and now published it in digital HTML format.
The Healthy London Partnership has been focusing on tackling health inequalities, including those in cancer screening.
We have published the second set of quarterly key performance indicator (KPI) data for the 2019 to 2020 year.
Newborn blood spot (NBS) screening
Find out how we’re working on avoiding repeat newborn blood spot screening tests, one maternity service at a time.
We have published revised standards and they will be implemented from 1 April.