New national guidance published on improving access to screening for people in secure settings.
Canadian Mariejka Beauregard is a public health fellow working at PHE. Her interests lie in population screening from policy-making to implementation of new programmes and quality assurance of existing ones. She seeks to promote informed choice and to reduce screening inequalities. She will use the knowledge gained during her fellowship at PHE to ensure screening causes more good than harm to people living in Quebec upon her return home.
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