If you’re looking for more information on breast cancer screening visit the NHS.UK website.
Breast screening in England
Breast Screening Select
Women in England are called and recalled for screening using Breast Screening Select (BSS), a browser-based application.
Using BSS you can flag subjects as potentially being at a higher risk from breast cancer, add episodes to a subject's screening history, or cease subjects from the system. You can also produce reports, view contact lists and customise parameters for your local breast screening office.
BS Select Data User Certificate National User (Read Only)
BS Select Data User Certificate BSO User (Update access)
BS Data User Certificate Form (Read only) PHE SIRO or IAO (BARD)
BS Select Data User Certificate SQAS National and Regional User (Read Only)
BS Select Data User Certificate BSO User (Read Only)
BS Data User Certificate Form (PeBs trial) SIRO or IAO
Breast Screening Information System
Breast Screening Information System (BSIS) is a browser-based application, available via Open Exeter (NHS network access required), that allows authorised users to:
- upload radiology and KC62 annual returns data
- produce reports for both radiology and KC62 returns
- add, view and edit film readers
- review any issues with uploaded KC62 returns data
The KC62 is a national statistical mandatory return that all breast screening units in England are required to undertake on an annual basis.
Breast screening in Northern Ireland and Wales
Women in Northern Ireland and Wales who are eligible for breast screening are selected using the National Health Application and Infrastructure Services (NHAIS) breast screening system.
The NHAIS Breast Screening System allows you to:
- manage the call/recall process for eligible women
- print invitation letters
- record a woman's attendance at a screening clinic
The system also contains functions for reporting and statistical analysis.
Download the Breast Screening User Reference Manual.
Contact the Exeter helpdesk by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0300 303 4034.