An antenatal and newborn screening coordinator discusses the benefits of attending a genetic risk assessment and haemoglobinopathy counselling course.
Sarah Bennett-Day is a lead antenatal and newborn screening midwife at the West Suffolk Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. During her time as a midwife, she has worked in a variety of settings including in a birthing unit, as a community midwife, a university lecturer and a governance manager.
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