An explanation of why we now publish files on GOV.UK in open document format and what you need to know about the change.
The South Devon and Exeter AAA Screening Programme has worked to improve access for men with learning disabilities by focusing on the role of carers.
Today, we have published the updated information fetal anomaly screening programme leaflet for parents about congenital heart disease.
We've created a one-side A4 poster you can print out and stick above your computer or on the office notice board to remind you where to go for information related to population screening in England.
We've published new national guidance and information to help local breast screening providers support women with learning disabilities.
We have published an updated version of our easy guide to diabetic eye screening to help make diabetic eye screening more accessible to people who have a learning disability or who struggle with written English.
The Screening tests for you and your baby: easy guides have been well received by health professionals and the public, an evaluation project has found.
GPs have access to highly sensitive personal information and take their ethical and legal duties of confidentiality very seriously. However, it is important for them to remember the Caldicott principle that the duty to share information can be just as important as the duty to protect confidentiality.
We are moving the PHE Screening inequalities strategy forward with a series of actions and work streams.
About how we need to save money on our printed screening leaflets.