PHE screening has published the National Breast Screening pathology audit for the 3-year period April 2016 to March 2019.
Dr Khadidja Bichbiche is the London Regional Head of Screening Quality Assurance Service (SQAS) and National Breast SQAS lead for Public Health England.
Khadidja has worked in public health for around 20 years across London and the West Midlands (Coventry). Before taking on the role of Consultant in Public Health in SQAS in 2015, Khadidja worked in various public health roles and portfolio areas ranging from screening, tuberculosis, sexual health, HIV, substance misuse, children’s public health (including school nursing, health visiting, immunisation, also a chair of Kingston, Richmond and Hounslow child death overview panel) and leading on health inequalities.
She lives in London with her husband and their 2 children.
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