The East Lancashire NHS Trust recognised the importance of developing its staff and provided the funding for existing qualified screeners to complete the level 3 diploma for health screeners to further their personal professional development.
Laura is the manager of the East Lancashire NHS Trust newborn hearing screening service. She has worked for the trust for 17 years, previously in accident and emergency and bed management and clinical flow roles. She is due to start the Warwick University screening module in November 2017.
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