Ruth Stubbs

National Cervical Screening Programme Manager

Ruth was appointed as Programme Manager for the Cervical Screening programme in October 2015. The Programme Manager leads on the operational management of the cervical screening programme.
Ruth has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the Cervical Screening Programme. For the previous 12 years Ruth worked in the Screening Quality Assurance Service for the Cervical Screening programme undertaking a variety of roles most recently as a Senior QA Advisor. She has a background in Primary Care and Practice Nursing. In her previous roles she has been employed as a Marie Curie Training Facilitator for Cervical Screening, a PCT Primary Care Cancer lead and as a Clinical Manager in Contraceptive Services.

Ruth enjoys spending time with her family and cats, watching Mad Men (the box series) attempting yoga, and swimming.

Cervical Screening Saves Lives – highlights from the national campaign

A mobile phone with a smiley face emoji on it and the words next to the phone saying 'you were right, my cervical screening was nothing to worry about.'

In March 2019, Public Health England launched the first ever national cervical screening campaign, Cervical Screening Saves Lives. With an evaluation under way, now is a good time to share some of the highlights from the campaign, along with some early signs of its impact.