New All our Health screening resource helps health practitioners to reduce inequalities, offer informed choice and share best practice.
PHE has brought together all our guidance for screening services on moving to digital information into one place on GOV.UK.
Translations of the 4 national NHS diabetic eye screening public information leaflets have been updated and published on GOV.UK in accessible HTML format.
We're delighted to say that a British Sign Language (BSL) translation is now available of our latest video explaining what people need to do to collect their bowel screening sample correctly.
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) …
Read about how NHS breast screening services can set up a reminder service to automatically send appointment reminders by text message.
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.
You can now use short, memorable web addresses to direct people to all the NHS screening information for the public on GOV.UK.
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 …
Directing people to digital information about NHS antenatal and newborn screening programmes should now be business as usual.