The hepatitis B quality improvement project has launched after nearly 3 years of planning and preparation. Find out more in this latest in a series of PHE Screening blog articles about this important project.
Pat works is a programme clinical advisor for the NHS infectious diseases in pregnancy screening programme, PHE Screening.
World Hepatitis Day (WHD) took place on 28 July. Though it happens only once a year, every day is hepatitis day for me. There are about 257 million people living with the hepatitis B virus infection worldwide. In 2015, the …
It takes a large army of staff to make screening programmes work well. Today, we start a series of blog articles highlighting some of their roles. Pat Schan talks about her job as antenatal and newborn screening coordinator at Western …
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