Shared learning in this blog post is specifically aimed at laboratories that provide Down’s, Edwards’ and Patau’s screening.
David Wright has worked with the fetal anomaly screening programme for over 10 years and has been lead statistician for the DQASS service since it was formed. He is professor of medical statistics at Exeter University and has been teaching and researching statistical aspects of screening for over 20 years.
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