Diabetic eye screening services should now be directing people to digital versions of leaflets where possible
Amanda is a Senior QA Advisor in the North region for Young Person and Adult Screening Programmes. She has worked within Quality Assurance since 2010 and been involved with diabetic eye screening programmes since 2005. She lives in Teesside and enjoys spending time with family, friends, walking the dog and attending the odd football match.
Help us make sure the information we provide about extending diabetic eye screening people for low risk people is fit for purpose.
The 6 Cumbria and North East (CANE) diabetic eye screening services work together to improve services for patients through shared learning, quarterly programme manager networking meetings and a local failsafe officer forum.
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