Find out how the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) reviews suggestions for modifications to NHS screening programmes.
Silvia is an Evidence Review Manager with the UK National Screening Committee Evidence Team. Prior to this role, she worked at Public Health England for national health think tanks and in the private forensics sector. She has a background in pharmaceutical chemistry, toxicology and public policy. She lives in South-East London with her husband and two Maine Coon cats. She’s an avid book reader and TV series and film enthusiast.
The UK National Screening Committee evidence team is trialling a new approach to make the process of reviewing evidence for screening more efficient.
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