Public Health England has updated its screening information for GPs and practice staff on GOV.UK.
In this guest blog, CRUK explains how health professionals have an important role to play in supporting people to make an informed choice to access cancer screening.
Public Health England Screening asked Cancer Research UK to tell us about their work on informed choice. Sophia Lowes, a health information manager at CRUK, tells us more.
A national audit of quality assurance visits to local screening services found that SQAS teams consistently address inequalities in visits across all screening programmes.
New national guidance for health professionals to support people with learning disabilities to understand and access the NHS screening programmes.
Our round-up of the Public Health England (PHE) screening blog posts published in May 2021.
Suzette Woodward, an international expert on patient safety advising PHE on its review of the screening incident guidance, sets out her thoughts on how learning from safety incidents could be strengthened.
An update on the work of the UK National Screening Committee to review the way it considers ethical issues.
New national guidance published for carers to help reduce screening inequalities.
New screening inequalities ‘home page’ on GOV.UK will make it easier for users to find all the national guidance and resources aimed at tackling screening inequalities.