Pregnant trans men can face some unique challenges when accessing healthcare.
Citizens Online have been analysing data from almost 600 responses to the Equality Impact Assessment and share their first findings.
Researchers at the University of Manchester interviewed women from underserved populations to hear what the main barriers to attending breast screening were for them.
The Healthy London Partnership has been focusing on tackling health inequalities, including those in cancer screening.
PHE Screening has published new information and resources to support people with learning disabilities with bowel cancer screening. There is an updated easy guide to having a colonoscopy, a new easy guide to having a CTC scan and new guidance.
How the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening programme used a quality assurance (QA) visit to tackle inequalities.
The LGBT Foundation works to reduce inequalities in screening for LGBT people.
Around 130 delegates attended the first ever national PHE Screening Inequalities Conference.
The film aims to take the fear out of breast screening and make it more accessible for women with learning disabilities.
Sending text message reminders improves participation in screening services. We want your insight!