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.
To mark our 500th PHE Screening blog post, we’re launching a survey so you can let us know how to make our next 500 posts even better than the last.
Have a quick look through this blog to check you haven't missed anything crucial.
Three years ago, back in the summer of 2015, we hit the 'publish' button on our very first blog screening blog post. To mark the occasion we are going to take you, our loyal blog subscribers, on a little trip down memory lane as well as offer a few reminders about some features you may have forgotten about.
Here’s a list of all our May blog posts and links so you can find them.
Blogging is such a good way to open up what different parts of Government are doing and, importantly, to show that Government isn’t a faceless bureaucracy but is made up of people with passion and dedication for what they do.
We always want to improve the blog and make it easier to find the news and articles that are most relevant and interesting to you. That’s why we’ve introduced tags. These are a new way to search the blog quickly and easily.
In the coming weeks, you will notice that it’s much quieter than usual on the PHE Screening blog.
2016 was a bumper year for the PHE Screening blog – which is now the 6th most subscribed blog across government.
PHE Screening had a stand at the Royal College of Midwives' annual conference. It was great to meet loads of people and talk about the work of the antenatal and newborn screening programmes. We even managed to sign up lots …