This blog thanks everyone working in the young person and adult screening programmes for the huge efforts made during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anne has a clinical background as an audiologist and has worked in national screening since 2002.
She started off in newborn hearing screening before moving into a new role to help set up the NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening Programme in 2008. She became lead for the AAA and diabetic eye screening programmes in 2010.
Following the move to PHE in 2013, and the coming together of the non cancer and cancer screening programmes in 2015, Anne became national programmes lead for the 5 young person and adult (YPA) screening programmes.
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