We published a whopping 24 articles on the PHE Screening blog during March 2019. In case you missed any of them, here is a quick round-up of what we blogged about along with links to the full articles.
A reminder about GDPR implications for child vision screening and clarification that schools do not need the permission of parents before they can share children’s data with the providers of school health services.
Professor Sir Mike Richards has been asked to conduct a major review of the English cancer screening programmes as part of a renewed drive to improve care and save lives. Please make any submissions by 18 April.
Find out how experts by experience from the North East and Cumbria provided vital input into the development of new national easy guides for cervical and bowel cancer screening.
Public Health England, NHS England and NHS Digital have begun an ongoing collaboration to move from printed invitation leaflets to online information, starting with antenatal and newborn screening.
On 3 March 2019, over 150 organisations worldwide marked the fifth annual World Birth Defects Day. The goals for the day are to raise awareness across the globe about congenital conditions, look for opportunities to prevent conditions developing, and support antenatal testing where this is a result of an informed choice.
Today we have published new guidance for screening providers and commissioners that aims to improve access to screening for people with severe mental illness.
PHE is publishing new guidance in the spring which will help developers of artificial intelligence (AI) understand how new technologies could be used for screening.
We have published the PHE Screening standards framework which gives a clear step-by-step guide about how we develop, review and publish standards.
Get a glimpse of what is included in the NHS Screening Programmes in England 2017 to 2018 report