New national information resource published for people who find it hard to attend cervical screening appointments.
Katie Storer supports the NHS Cervical Screening Programme as Programme Facilitator. She has a wealth of experience in health promotion and community engagement, specifically in relation to the cervical, breast, AAA and diabetic eye screening programmes. She previously worked for Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals, leading on the promotion of screening across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw, a service commissioned by NHS England. She has a background in public health, social marketing and youth work. In her previous roles she has been employed as a public health campaigns and social marketing officer at Barnsley Council and media development worker at NHS Doncaster.
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Today we have published an updated version of our easy guide to cervical screening.
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