We are running virtual workshops between 11 May and 24 June 2021 to support the SCID screening evaluation, which begins on 6 September 2021.
Lauren qualified as a children’s nurse in 2008 and has since worked as a senior neonatal intensive care nurse and a clinical research nurse.
She joined Public Health England (PHE) in 2020 as a project lead in the newborn blood spot screening programme.
Lauren continues to practice as a neonatal intensive care nurse and remains passionate about providing high quality care and improving healthcare outcomes in babies.
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