Check out our new video about informed choice featuring a national screening expert Dr Louise Bryant.
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Links to download your copy of a brilliant new screening timeline poster for the public.
What quality looks like in making offers for population-based screening is an important question given that screening brings potential harms as well as possible benefits. This blog post is about a discussion involving experts to probe that very question — and what it revealed.
Our exciting new e-learning module provides an interactive introduction to population screening. Find out more.
Find out what antenatal and newborn screening colleagues said in response to our antenatal and newborn screening digital information survey.
Today, PHE Screening has published its updated national easy guide to bowel cancer screening in collaboration with the North East and Cumbria Learning Disability Network, Macmillan Cancer Project and Bowel Cancer UK.
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.
Two mums talk about the importance of the language that health professionals use when talking to parents and parents-to-be about conditions like Down's syndrome, Edwards' syndrome and Patau's syndrome.
The Dorset and Wiltshire AAA Screening Service has developed a short film, available to view on YouTube, to explain the screening process.
Moving towards digital methods for providing screening information presents an opportunity for us to be innovative and add value to local screening services.