The NHS Newborn Hearing Screening Programme screens babies during the first few weeks of their lives to find those who are born with hearing loss.
NHS AAA Screening Programme clinical lead Jonothan Earnshaw reflects on the programme's achievements since the government announced funding for a national programme 10 years ago.
We have published 2 new guidance documents to support mammographers who work in the breast screening programme.
The screening quality assurance service is launching a period of informal consultation on a revised national operating model.
Do you have what it takes to chair PHE’s new Screening Quality Assurance Advisory Committee?
Antenatal and newborn screening coordinator shares learning from a screening safety incident in the fetal anomaly screening programme.
We have published a new user guide for the newborn blood spot failsafe solution on GOV.UK.
The latest data shows that diabetic eye screening graders are very good at correctly identifying cases with referable disease, and classifying those cases with no referable disease as not requiring referral.