Local screening providers can make use of new shared resources to help improve quality of samples taken in NHS newborn blood spot screening.
The UK National Screening Committee is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Dr Angela Raffle looks back at its creation and how it has transformed screening for the better.
A national audit of quality assurance visits to local screening services found that SQAS teams consistently address inequalities in visits across all screening programmes.
The hepatitis B quality improvement project has launched after nearly 3 years of planning and preparation. Find out more in this latest in a series of PHE Screening blog articles about this important project.
Suzette Woodward, an international expert on patient safety advising PHE on its review of the screening incident guidance, sets out her thoughts on how learning from safety incidents could be strengthened.
New resources launched as part of the hepatitis B quality improvement project.
An update on self-sampling in the cervical screening programme.
PHE screening has published the National Breast Screening pathology audit for the 3-year period April 2016 to March 2019.
A useful update about the the hepatitis B quality improvement project for those of you working in the NHS Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy Screening (IDPS) Programme.
With coronavirus limiting social contact, we have been helping maternity providers to signpost women to digital versions of our NHS antenatal and newborn screening information.