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Nadia Permalloo

Nadia is Head of Screening Quality Assurance Development (Clinical) for the Screening Quality Assurance Service (National team)
Nadia Permalloo has worked in screening since 1998. She has worked in screening programmes at local, regional and national levels and is a registered nurse and midwife.

Nadia currently works nationally in quality assurance for the PHE Screening Quality Assurance Service. She cares that women and babies have high quality care and that we should be continually striving to improve what we do by supporting and developing staff delivering screening programmes.

We’ve published first annual fetal anomaly screening data report

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Screen showing the FASP laboratoty handbook. Specimen transport section has been highlighted in red.

We are pleased to publish the first annual data report for the NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme (FASP).

We have published the first annual data report for the NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme (FASP). It covers the period 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016 and provides feedback on completeness of data submission and performance against the national standards.

Does age matter when thinking of NHS newborn screening programmes?

We have recently updated and published a one page summary for healthcare professionals explaining which newborn screening tests can be offered at different ages if any of these were initially missed.

Getting out and about to make sense of antenatal screening data collection

Our 3 antenatal screening programmes have joined forces with the national Screening Quality Assurance Service (SQAS) team to hold 8 regional workshops during 2017.

Launch of easy read versions of Screening tests for you and your baby

One of the values we hold dear in PHE Screening is supporting individuals to make an informed choice about screening.

Shared learning: mask helps improve KPI performance for fetal anomaly screening

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Background All eligible pregnant women in England are offered screening for Down’s, Edwards’ and Patau’s syndromes. Staff must fully complete the laboratory request form with the correct information to enable the screening laboratory to process the sample without delay and …