CARIS aims to provide reliable data on congenital anomalies in Wales which can be used to assess patterns of anomalies, including possible clusters and their causes and to inform the work of health services, including antenatal screening.
- CARIS review 2013 Welcome to the new CARIS leaflet which replaces the annual report
- Reporting to CARIS CARIS encourages everyone working within the health service who knows of a case of congenital anomaly to report it to the register.
- 2013 Annual meetings This year's annual meetings will be taking place in the South and North of Wales, focussing on metabolic conditions
External Web Resources
External website: regional and disease-specific registers collecting information about congenital anomalies
External website: European network of population-based registries for the epidemiologic surveillance of congenital anomalies
Public Health Wales
Public Health Wales provides an expert public health resource as part of the NHS in Wales.
Public Health Wales Observatory
Public health data analysis, evidence finding and knowledge management.
Antenatal Screening Wales
Funded by the National Assembly for Wales to support improvements in the standard of antenatal screening offered to women.
Newborn Hearing Screening Wales
Programme to identify babies with hearing impairment