A reassessment of the volunteers who are already part of the cohort was launched in November 2015 and has already proven to be a great success. Over the following 14 months we screened 6,271 participants, only suspending work when our funding for the year was exhausted in December 2016. The format is very similiar to last time, with all volunteers being provided a feedback report on the results we obtained that you may find useful.
We now aim to make the health-screen available to everyone who has previously had a health screen with us - that's 45,533 individuals. Obviously, it will take a while for us to reach every corner of the country, so we will write to you when we are in your neighbourhood. You do not need to be a currently serving police officer/staff to participate.
Whilst the Airwave Study team at Imperial College is carrying out this research, the screening itself is delivered by ToHealth, an established health screening organisation that we worked with in the first phase of follow-up. The assessment will be performed by health care professionals who will be trained and monitored by the Study team at the College. All data collected will be transferred to our network of secure servers where the Airwave Study data is currently stored.
Look out for your invitation letter, and in the meantime please watch this website for updates.