NHS England (Lancashire and South Cumbria) commissioned a piece of work with its local breast screening services to raise awareness of breast screening.
Kath qualified as a nurse in 1994 and has worked predominantly in women’s health since then, in gynaecology, as a midwife and then in sexual health. Kath has worked in the public health commissioning team in Lancashire and South Cumbria since 2013 and supports the breast and cervical screening programmes and school-based immunisation programmes.
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