The Screening helpdesk answers thousands of queries. It uses data gathered from this to help improve our services.
Andrianna commenced her role as Screening Helpdesk Manager in April 2013. She brought a wealth of experience to the Helpdesk having joined the UK NSC in April 2010 as QA Project Manager for the UK NSC where she assisted the QA Lead in the development & delivery of a QA programme for the English Screening Programmes. Prior to that, Andrianna worked as a project officer for the National Cancer Peer Review Programme where she was responsible for providing project support for the programme.
Andrianna enjoys, socialising with family and friends, travelling and keeping fit.
If you’ve contacted the PHE Screening helpdesk recently, you may have noticed and even completed, our latest user survey.
Here at the PHE Screening helpdesk we aim to provide information and support to stakeholders and users of all our screening services.
If you’ve contacted the screening helpdesk recently, you may have noticed, and you may have even completed, our user survey.
If you want to know something about the national NHS Screening Programmes, the screening helpdesk is there to help. Enquiries to the helpdesk have increased by almost half, from 971 to 1,440 in the last year - especially since taking …
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