New All our Health screening resource helps health practitioners to reduce inequalities, offer informed choice and share best practice.
Lindsay's involvement in screening spans nearly 30 years. This started when she was a research fellow informing the Department of Health recommendations for universal screening of newborns for hearing loss in England. She joined PHE as national education and training manager in 2013, supporting the provision of high quality education and training for multidisciplinary staff delivering screening, and performance managing screening, for the 6 antenatal and newborn screening programmes.
Regional networking days for AAA screening clinical skills trainers this autumn will now be held online.
PHE Screening has launched a new Health Screener Diploma e-resource to make training even better.
Local newborn hearing, diabetic eye and abdominal aortic aneurysm screening providers gave a big thumbs-up to recent updates provided by the national team on the Level 3 Health Screener Diploma process.
Lindsay Kimm reflects on her 30 years of working in population screening programmes.
We’ve updated the antenatal and newborn screening e-learning module in line with clinical best practice and quality assurance requirements.
Nearly 300 staff from local screening services attended the recent half-day update sessions to support the implementation of the new Level 3 Diploma for Health Screeners qualification.
We’re offering a limited number of funded training places to help people working in screening to develop their career.
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The PHE Screening team
Public Health England (PHE) provides support and advice to the NHS-led national screening programmes. These programmes identify apparently healthy people who may be at increased risk of a disease or condition, enabling earlier treatment and informed decisions.
Find out more about PHE Screening and this blog.
Watch our 44 second video for an overview of how the blog works.