A new short film emphasises the importance of attending regular diabetic eye screening (DES) for everyone living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Maria works as a Screening and Immunisation Coordinator in Essex, supporting the commissioning of the NHS cervical and diabetic eye screening (DES) programmes, as well as the annual flu vaccination programme. She has over 12 years’ experience working for DES providers, including working in an acute trust as a medical photographer. Maria has an interest in communications and gained a contemporary media degree at Westminster university. She recently successfully completed an application to the UK Public Health Register and is a registered UK public health practitioner.
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