The newborn outcomes solution IT system is now live in all newborn blood spot laboratories.
Emma is a registered midwife who began her career in screening in 2009 as a trust antenatal and newborn screening coordinator. She is currently working as a clinical project lead for the NHS Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Screening Programme, on secondment from her role as a senior quality assurance advisor in the south east of England. In 2018, Emma completed an MSc in Public Health and Management at the University of Brighton.
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