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New printable versions of some NHS antenatal and newborn screening information

New simple A4 printable PDF versions of 6 of the most commonly used ANNB screening publications.

More NHS sickle cell and thalassaemia screening information goes digital

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We continue to update and publish national public information about the NHS screening programmes in accessible digital format. This now includes information for parents of babies whose newborn blood spot screening test shows they carry a gene for an unusual …

How to prepare for the updated version of Screening tests for you and your baby

An updated version of the Screening tests for you and your baby leaflet will be available to order soon. This blog article explains when and how to order copies.

Guidance on transitioning to digital screening information now on GOV.UK

PHE has brought together all our guidance for screening services on moving to digital information into one place on GOV.UK.

Combined approach to replacing free printed family origin questionnaire

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We blogged in September about the need for NHS maternity service providers to consider their options for replacing the free printed family origin questionnaire (FOQ) antenatal screening form when it is phased out next year. The NHS Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia (SCT) …

What's happened at our antenatal and newborn digital info early adopter sites?

Updates from some of the early adopter sites who piloted giving out digital information about antenatal and newborn screening rather than physical leaflets at the start of the year.

Sickle cell and thalassaemia carrier leaflets go digital

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We have updated and published in accessible digital format the national NHS Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia (SCT) Screening Programme information about being a carrier of a sickle cell, thalassamia or other unusual haemoglobin gene. These digital leaflets provide pregnant women …