I work as a QA advisor in the Screening Quality Assurance Service (SQAS) in the north of England. I thought it would be worth reminding all those commissioning or working in diabetic eye screening programmes of the current situation around training …
Ruth has been working in public health for 15 years. Since December 2015 she has been working in the Screening Quality Assurance Service in the Young Person and Adult (YPA) North team. Before that she worked in the Greater Manchester Screening and Immunisation Team, mainly supporting the commissioning of diabetic eye screening and the production of a health inequalities strategy.
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