- 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
Permanent appointment for Marli Gregory
Dr Gregory joined BreastScreen Aotearoa in 2011, initially for a fixed term. After 5 years in general practice, she commenced training as a breast physician. She has worked for BreastScreen in Auckland, and in private practice in Auckland, Cairns and Melbourne.
Marli said "I am excited to be able to continue the work that I have started in the role of BSA Clinical Leader, contributing to improving the health of women in New Zealand through high quality breast screening."
A member of the Auckland Breast Cancer Study Group since 2004, Dr Gregory has also served on the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation’s Medical Advisory Committee for six years, including two years as the Chair. Dr Gregory also continues in clinical practice.
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