The Trust is commissioned by NHS England to deliver the communications and engagement activities to increase the uptake of the four national screening programmes across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw.
Screening is a way of identifying apparently healthy people who may have an increased risk of a particular condition with the aim of providing treatment to prevent the disease or illness arising from it.
The service also looks at ways to increase awareness among hard to reach groups including homeless people, gypsy and traveller groups, those in prison, and those with communication difficulties. Public Health England vision is that “all screening services can be accessed by all communities and that everyone, regardless of their social and personal circumstance, has an opportunity to make an informed personal choice about screening.”
To find our more about our work in promoting and raising awareness of the importance of health screening for the four programmes, click on the links below:
If you would like further information on the screening programmes or to talk to a member of the team, Tel: 01909 572726.
To look at screening programmes available on the NHS and what age groups they apply to, click here: Screening Timeline
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