All women and babies should have access to high quality antenatal and newborn screening programmes.
Alison joined PHE in 2013 as a Quality Assurance Advisor for Antenatal and Newborn programmes.
Alison is a Registered Midwife and prior to joining PHE, she worked in a variety of clinical midwifery roles both in the UK and New Zealand.
Alison has specialised in screening for the last five years and loves the complexity and variety of challenges that screening work brings.
She enjoys yoga, cycling around London and supporting her local parkrun.
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