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Considering HIV in particular compare and contrast the screening programme for HIV in pregnancy with the unlinked anonymous HIV testing of pregnant women in England identifying important issues in relation to the unlinked and anonymous HIV testing programme and how these may have changed over the course of time.

 

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Reference to NHS Service Specification and Key Performance Indicator Documents
Explain what the programme actually doing for instance blood samples during pregnancy UAT
Evaluate a screening programme and its performance
Include IDPS and UAT programmes and results
Include PEP and ART
Include Ethical issue confidentiality human rights of the baby with the mother healthcare access treatment choices.
TOPIC
The NHS Infectious Disease Screening Programme in Pregnancy for England aims to offer screening for hepatitis B HIV and syphilis to all pregnant women early in pregnancy in order to prevent mother-to-child transmission and to safeguard the health of women.

  1. a)  Describe and critically evaluate the Programme. Your evaluation should focus on how well the programme achieves its aims and make clear recommendations for the future of the programme.
  2. b)   Considering HIV in particular compare and contrast the screening programme for HIV in pregnancy with the unlinked anonymous HIV testing of pregnant women in England identifying important issues in relation to the unlinked and anonymous HIV testing programme and how these may have changed over the course of time.