Good Practice Guide No 10: Achieving and maintaining the 36 month round length
Good Practice Guide No 9: Reporting, recording and auditing B5 core biopsies with normal/benign surgery
Good Practice Guide No 8: Copying letters to clients in breast screening
Good Practice Guide No 7: Ceasing women from the NHS Breast Screening Programme
Good Practice Guide No 6: Collecting and presenting screening round length data
Published June 2002
Good Practice Guide No 5: Retention, storage and disposal of mammograms and screening records
Good Practice Guide No 4: Collecting, monitoring and reporting repeat examinations
- NHSBSP home page
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- What is breast screening?
- What does the NHS Breast Screening Programme do?
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- Why are women under 50 not routinely invited?
- Are women screened over the age of 70?
- Screening women at higher risk
- Does breast screening save lives?
- Does breast screening have any risks?
- What is Digital Mammography?
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