Find out about upcoming screening masterclasses and sign yourself up on our new webpage.
National Lead for Stakeholder Information and Professional Education and Training
NHS Screening Programmes
A handy guide for new midwifery students to all the relevant education and training resources produced by Public Health England.
Book your place now on a screening masterclasses this autumn.
We’re asking midwives to fill in a short survey about our credit card sized collection of plastic resource cards giving information about screening offered in pregnancy and to newborn babies.
If you’re reading this then you’ve hopefully seen the PHE ‘screening resource pack for student midwives'. We send it out every year to all universities in England and ask midwifery tutors to give a set to all new starter students. …
In our quest to provide free, high quality, easy to access training for those informing women about breast screening, we often collaborate with other organisations. This makes sure we can get the right information to as many of you as possible and that you can evidence your learning in line with your professional continuing professional development (CPD).
The next screening masterclasses will be in Skipton House, London on 11 September 2017 and 14 November 2017. Read this blog and book your place.
Last August we wrote about the new UK-wide public information group. It was formed on the recommendation of the Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee to join up the great work on public screening information happening in each of the 4 …
The University of Warwick is again offering a one day workshop in health screening aimed at any staff involved in the provision of NHS screening programmes.
We have updated our very popular resource cards for midwives to reflect the fact that screening for rubella susceptibility in pregnancy ended on 1 April 2016.
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The PHE Screening team
Public Health England (PHE) provides support and advice to the NHS-led national screening programmes. These programmes identify apparently healthy people who may be at increased risk of a disease or condition, enabling earlier treatment and informed decisions.
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