We've been busy asking people for their views about the move to digital screening information. Find out more about the different ways we've been consulting with our users.
More than 3,500 delegates will be attending this year’s Royal College of Midwives (RCM) annual conference starting today at Manchester Central. The conference theme is ‘Working with you locally, nationally and internationally’ and topics being discussed include: multidisciplinary team working …
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We have just refreshed and updated our e-learning resource for ultrasound practitioners involved in first trimester screening. It is mandatory training for all ultrasound practitioners involved in screening for Down's syndrome, Edwards' syndrome and Patau's syndrome in pregnancy. The course …
The NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme (FASP) handbook for laboratories is the ‘all you need to know’ guide for screening laboratories for Down’s, Edwards’ and Patau’s syndrome. The updated lab handbook is now available.
World Hepatitis Day (WHD) took place on 28 July. Though it happens only once a year, every day is hepatitis day for me. There are about 257 million people living with the hepatitis B virus infection worldwide. In 2015, the …
As part of our project to move to a digital version of our Screening Tests For You and Your Baby leaflet, registration is now open for an event for antenatal and newborn screening co-ordinators on 2 October.
Register now for free programme update study days offered by the NHS sickle cell and thalassaemia (SCT) screening programme.
Feedback from a workshop for screening sonographers highlighted a number of areas for shared learning and improvement
Early access to SCT screening is important in giving time to women and couples to consider their options. Here's an account of how a team in Essex improved things for local women.