We aim to make screening accessible and inclusive for all eligible populations. For people who are trans (transgender) or non-binary (any gender that is not exclusively male or female), inequalities may exist because...
Publications and information manager, NHS Screening Programmes
Nationally and locally we aim to make sure screening is equitable and accessible to all eligible populations, which is why we’ve published 7 new audio versions of national patient information screening leaflets.
In the coming weeks, you will notice that it’s much quieter than usual on the PHE Screening blog.
Well over 100 people involved in abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening throughout the UK took part in a national research day in Leicester.
The NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme is again joining forces with the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) in April to hold the fourth national diabetic eye screening conference.
Today (4 January) is World Braille Day, which is celebrated annually on the birthday of Braille inventor, Louis Braille.
Informed choice is one of the most important principles at the heart of screening.
We aim to ensure NHS screening programmes are equally accessible to everyone who is eligible for testing.
The NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme offers everyone aged 12 or over who has diabetes an annual screening test for diabetic retinopathy.
Providing information and support to surveillance patients is one of the most important responsibilities of local abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening services.