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Open consultation: National Chlamydia Screening Programme policy update

Public Health England

January 27
18:25 2020

This consultation follows an external peer review of the scientific evidence for the National Chlamydia Screening Programme (NCSP) which Public Health England (PHE) convened to ensure that the design, implementation and evaluation of the NCSP is based on the best available evidence.

The panel provided the NCSP with a series of recommendations after reviewing the evidence. Both the evidence pack and the panels report are available to view on this page.

The proposed revised policy incorporates initial feedback from professional stakeholders and young people and would implement the recommendations from the review group and align the NCSP with the latest scientific evidence.

To respond to the consultation, please first read Proposal for revised NCSP policy, then go to the Consultation on proposal for revised NCSP policy.

The survey cannot be accessed as of Monday 27 January 2020 due to technical problems. An update will be published when these issues are resolved, and the survey is back online.

Documents

Proposal for revised NCSP policy

National Chlamydia Screening Programme: external peer review evidence pack

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National Chlamydia Screening Programme: external peer review panel report

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