It’s hard to believe it's a year since the first UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) conference, in December 2015.
Public Health England doesn’t directly train people how to carry out screening in the NHS . We’d love to visit you all but sadly don’t have the resources to do this.
It was a wet windy Wednesday at Wellington House in London when I… No, hang on. Let’s stop and think for a moment. Who is my audience? What are their needs?
Since August 2016, all providers of NHS care and/or publicly-funded adult social care have been legally obliged to follow the Accessible Information Standard.
If you’ve contacted the PHE Screening helpdesk recently, you may have noticed and even completed, our latest user survey.
Evidence shows that human papillomavirus (HPV) testing is a better way of identifying women at risk of cervical cancer than the cytology (smear) test that examines cells under a microscope.
The NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme helps prevent sight loss in people with diabetes. Screening can detect diabetic retinopathy early, when treatment is effective at reducing or preventing damage from the condition.
The University of Warwick is again offering a one day workshop in health screening aimed at any staff involved in the provision of NHS screening programmes.
Over the past few months, we’ve consulted widely with clinical, laboratory and quality assurance colleagues to help revise the newborn blood spot screening standards.
Cervical screening saves an estimated 5,000 lives a year by detecting abnormalities of the cervix early and referring women for effective treatment.
The NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme (FASP) is pleased to launch a new counselling resource leaflet: ‘Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and amniocentesis: information for parents’.