We are pleased to announce the publication of the first annual ISOSS report, and a one-off retrospective report into congenital syphilis.
Laura is the project coordinator for the Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy Screening (IDPS) Programme’s Integrated Screening Outcomes Surveillance Service (ISOSS). Laura has been a qualified midwife for more than 13 years, working in all areas of maternity services in England and in the Middle East. Laura has worked in screening for many years, both in maternity services as a screening and fetal medicine midwife, and in commissioning in a screening and immunisation team. Laura has a passion for public health and improving health outcomes for women, babies and their families, as well as supporting other health professionals to deliver high quality care.
The hepatitis B quality improvement project has launched after nearly 3 years of planning and preparation. Find out more in this latest in a series of PHE Screening blog articles about this important project.
Health professionals can now submit data on maternal screen positive syphilis cases to the Integrated Screening Outcomes Surveillance Service (ISOSS).
Working together to improve health outcomes for women with HIV and their babies
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