Integrated Screening Outcomes Surveillance Service



The Integrated Screening Outcomes Surveillance Service (ISOSS) monitors screening outcomes for the NHS Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy Screening Programme with Regulation 3 Approval.

The goal of the ISOSS is to collect, analyse and report obstetric and paediatric data on HIV, syphilis and hepatitis B in pregnant women and children in order to

  • assess key outcomes of the IDPS Programme
  • assess the IDPS Programme's impact on prevention of vertically-acquired HIV, hepatitis B and syphilis
  • protect the health of women with and infants exposed to these infections

ISOSS builds on existing projects and bespoke audits including:

Contributions to National and International Monitoring and Reports

ISOSS contribute to other national and international public health surveillance services in order to contribute to wider global intelligence on infectious diseases.  These include:

ISOSS work closely with the British HIV Association (BHIVA), Children's HIV Association (CHIVA) and the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) to inform guidelines and these organisations support reporting of all eligible cases to ISOSS.

Meet the Team


Team Photo March 2023

From top (L-R): Rebecca Sconza, Corinne Hill, Emily Dema, Stella Georgiou, Buthainah Ahmed, Laurette Bukasa, Gabriela Toledo, Helen Peters, Saayma Akhi, Kate Francis



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