We have published new guidance on administration good practice in the call and recall service.
A new grading report to quality assure national grading in diabetic eye screening is now ready and will be sent out to local screening providers and commissioners by the middle of October.
The newborn blood spot failsafe solution (NBSFS) is the IT system maternity units use to make sure they never miss offering newborn blood spot screening for babies they are responsible for. We are always looking for ways to make the …
A new version of SMaRT4NIPE for the NHS Newborn and Infant Physical Examination (NIPE) Programme will be available on Friday 6 September.
The new Newborn and Infant Physical Examination (NIPE) IT system, SMaRT4NIPE (S4N), went live on 1 April 2019. Easier to use than its predecessor, S4N has a cleaner appearance and better functionality. Many trusts worked hard to get S4N live …
A 6-month trial in London shows that text message reminders can help increase the number of women taking up the offer of cervical screening by nearly 5%.
The next release of the National Breast Screening System is introducing a new ‘reason for recall’ field, allowing mammogram image readers to report the reason for images being recalled.
New national diabetic eye screening guidance published that describes a statistical method to compare grading outcomes between local screening providers.
It is very important that breast screening providers use the new national self-referral letter template for women aged 71 and over who self-refer for screening.
Julie retires after 5 years leading the Newborn Blood Spot Failsafe Solution (NBSFS) project.