Reflections from Dr Robert Sherriff about the early days of the UK NSC and why it's just as important today as when it started in 1996.
The fetal, maternal and child health (FMCH) group and adult reference group (ARG) of the UK NSC are looking for new members.
The 2021 annual call is your opportunity to make a proposal for a new screening topic to be considered by the UK National Screening Committee as part of its regular review process.
A review of the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in breast cancer screening, commissioned by the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC), has found that humans are still better than technology at spotting possible cases of breast cancer during screening.
Find out more about the 12 current vacancies for UK National Screening Committee members.
To mark the committee’s 25th anniversary, Dr Angela Raffle explains how the UK NSC has helped transform screening for the better from the ‘bad old days’ of haphazard, ineffective and harmful activities.
Details of the public dialogue, commissioned by the UK NSC, Genomics England and the UKRI's Sciencewise programme, to understand the views of the public about the potential use of whole genome sequencing in newborn screening.
In the first in a series of profiles of UK NSC members, we hear from the chair, Professor Bob Steele.
How much do you know about the UK National Screening Committee?
Before the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) recommends the use of AI, it’s essential to ensure the technologies do more good than harm at a reasonable cost.
Prof Bob Steele, chair of the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC), welcomes everyone to the new UK NSC website.