- Screening Matters Newsletter
The National Screening Unit newsletter
In this issue:
- Creative approach working for breast screening in the Far North
- Significant impact from HPV immunisation, suggests study
- Newborn Metabolic Screening Programme Monitoring Update
- Community relationships key to high Māori breast screening participation rate
- New Programme Manager for NCSP
- Newborn Hearing Screening Conference
- Upgrade of colposcopy software on track
- Permanent appointment for Marli Gregory
New Programme Manager for NCSP
She brings to the role many years of clinical and service development experience.
Emma started her working life as a registered nurse at Wellington Hospital in 1988 and has since worked extensively in community nursing, including general practice and public health. She holds a Master of Nursing (clinical) degree from Victoria University and comes to her new position from the Office of the Chief Nurse within the Ministry of Health.
“I’m really excited about taking on this role,” she says. “It’s a fantastic opportunity to work with the NCSP team and the sector to achieve the National Screening Unit’s vision of ensuring equity through high quality accessible screening.”
Emma Mold says her role aims to add value to a programme that is already very focused on excellence.
“My priorities are to get things done on time, develop and maintain strong relationships, and be responsive to issues that arise,” she says.
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