- Screening Matters Newsletter
The National Screening Unit newsletter
In this issue:
- Newborn hearing screening ‘best thing for your child’
- Many advantages for private provider in electronic colposcopy reporting
- Regional Screening Services Wellington spreads the word to new immigrants
- NSU and DHBs progressing recommendations from newborn hearing screening programme quality improvement review
- Reminder about timing of bloods for antenatal screening for Down syndrome and other conditions
- Loud shirts all for a good cause
- Electronic colposcopy and the new colposcopy standards update
- Introducing Joyce Brown
- NCSP Register Central Team update
- Updated NCSP policy and standards: providing a laboratory service
- Otago and Southland breast screening services to be provided locally
Introducing Joyce Brown
Joyce is a registered medical laboratory scientist and has enjoyed working in this field for a number of years. Her work has led to various roles in quality management, quality improvement, patient safety and auditing.
Most recently, Joyce has been employed by BreastScreen Central (BSC), initially in quality and, latterly, managing data, the BSC digital mammography project and the BSC/BreastScreen Aotearoa information technology centralisation project work streams.
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