Completion of the level 3 diploma is required for screeners who are not qualified healthcare professionals currently on a professional register. Qualified professionals working in the AAA or DES programmes only need to complete the units of the diploma that are relevant to their role.
NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme
We are delighted to announce registration details for 2 upcoming national NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme events.
My name is Nichola Goddard and in this blog I'd like to tell you about a regional DES networking day I attended and why I would encourage others to attend one in their region if they get the chance.
We have published updated guidance on the submission of key performance indicators (KPIs), quarterly and annual pathway standard data, for AAA and DES screening providers.
Information about updates to the level 3 diploma for health screeners working in the NHS diabetic eye screening programme.
Here’s a list of every blog issued in January and February 2018.
The NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme is again joining forces with the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) to hold the fifth national diabetic eye screening conference on Friday 20 April.
The inaugural NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme networking day enabled people from across the world of diabetic eye screening to network with colleagues and get operational updates from the national programme team.
From 31 March 2018, Health Education England funding will no longer be available to support screening staff to complete or start the certificate of assessing vocational achievement qualification.
Twenty-seven local diabetic eye screening programmes are using the national GP2DRS IT system to extract details of their cohort of patients from GP practice systems. The total number of patients now being extracted using the system has passed 1 million.