We – the Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia (SCT) Screening Programme – are delighted to offer fully funded places and bursaries for eligible practitioners to attend 2 nationally recognised courses delivered by King’s College London:
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, if that’s the case, then I'm not sure how many words a video adds up to.
I’m Jonothan Earnshaw, clinical lead of the NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening Programme, and in this audio blog I’ll be updating you on the programme's successes and challenges.
There are important differences in the way we offer newborn screening tests for babies in special care baby units. We have explained these differences in a new 8-page leaflet, Babies in special care units: screening tests for your baby, which is available …
We're running more of our popular screening masterclass events over the coming weeks and months.
Download the primary care screening letter. I'm Dr Anne Mackie, Director of Screening at PHE. This is our first letter to GPs in England. We know you're busy - we plan to send just 2 of these a year. They contain the …
Online information about cancer screening for health professionals has been transitioned to the GOV.UK website. All aboard for a whistle-stop tour! The NHS Cancer Screening Programmes website has now been taken out of service.
The screening quality assurance service (SQAS) is responsible for assuring the quality of all NHS screening programmes. An important aspect of this role is to ensuring that learning from screening incidents is shared among all local screening providers.
Diabetic eye screening professionals used the power of social media to raise awareness of the importance of retinal screening on World Sight Day earlier this month.
At the start of the year we made a commitment to the parliamentary Science and Technology Committee to produce a document explaining how the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) goes about collecting and analysing evidence, consulting and making recommendations …