Have you thought about sharing best practice by entering the Jo’s Trust Cervical Screening Awards? Find out more in our blog.
Guest bloggers Larai Diana Gwani and Nasara Danmaida Ifere from Nigeria learned lots during a recent visit. Find out what made the biggest impression on them.
Check out our new video about informed choice featuring a national screening expert Dr Louise Bryant.
Register now for free programme update study days offered by the NHS sickle cell and thalassaemia (SCT) screening programme.
The level 3 health screener diploma is the recommended training programme for any new screeners in the diabetic eye, abdominal aortic aneurysm and newborn hearing screening programmes. Here a trainee screener talks about his experiences of working his way through it.
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.
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%.
It’s a well-known fact that young people’s engagement with diabetic eye screening could be better. Here's a fascinating account of how one area has been driving up screening attendance.
Standards are one of the ways we can see how well national screening programmes are performing. Find out how the data team at PHE will be working to publish high-quality information on screening in 2019/20.
Feedback from a workshop for screening sonographers highlighted a number of areas for shared learning and improvement