An updated version of the newborn hearing screening e-learning module is coming soon. But before it does, it is important that anyone undertaking the current module finishes it before 30 November 2020.
Hannah is a newborn hearing screening programme manager in Devon. Before taking up her role in screening she worked as an audiologist. Outside work she has 2 children and unwinds with a dog walk, by going surfing or enjoying a gin and tonic.
I’m Hannah Garnett, a local newborn hearing screening programme (NHSP) manager. In this blog article I’m sharing my experience of completing the postgraduate health screening module at Warwick University, how it has helped me to review my work and how I have been …
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