We've published 7 new screening animations explaining the different screening tests for pregnant women and newborn babies.
Andrew works as a publications and information officer for the screening division at Public Health England. He has worked in screening since 2014, first of all in the press office, and his current role includes developing information about screening for the public and health professionals. He is also a keen blogger! His background is in journalism and he spent nearly 10 years in a variety of reporting roles.
PHE Screening ran 2 focus groups about the suitability of our existing information governance (IG) wording and we made some improvements as a result.
We’ll soon be adding information about NIPT to the Down’s syndrome, Edwards’ syndrome and Patau’s syndrome chapter of Screening tests for you and your baby. This article contains information that midwives need to know ahead of this change.
An updated version of the Screening tests for you and your baby leaflet will be available to order soon. This blog article explains when and how to order copies.
Here is a round-up of the 9 Public Health England (PHE) screening blog posts published in September 2020.
See what's changed in our screening animation for pregnant women and parents with newborn babies.
Here's your handy round-up of June 2019 screening blogs.
A round-up of every screening blog we published in May 2019!
We've been keeping ourselves very busy at PHE Screening blog HQ! In case you missed any of April's blogs, here is a quick round-up of what we published along with links to the full articles.
Good, bad or indifferent? Find out what our readers think as we take a look at the results of our recent blog satisfaction survey.
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The PHE Screening team
Public Health England (PHE) provides support and advice to the NHS-led national screening programmes. These programmes identify apparently healthy people who may be at increased risk of a disease or condition, enabling earlier treatment and informed decisions.
Find out more about PHE Screening and this blog.
Watch our 44 second video for an overview of how the blog works.