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Supporting the Public Health Nursing Workforce Employer Guidance

Cherylynn Wray - Saturday, March 10, 2018 -

Guidance for employers of health visitors and school nurses delivering the healthy child programme:  


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Healthy Child Programme 0-19 HV and SN Commissioning

Cherylynn Wray - Saturday, March 10, 2018 -

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/healthy-child-programme-0-to-19-health-visitor-and-school-nurse-commissioning   Read More

IHV Launch 2 New Specialist Conferences

Cherylynn Wray - Tuesday, February 27, 2018 -

BREASTFEEDING: A PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY


* 19 April 2018, in London

* This event is joint hosted by the iHV and the Royal Society for Public Health, and is supported the World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTi).

* For further details, programme and bookings, please click to the RSPH event website

https://ihv.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6d0ffa0c0970ad395fc6324ad&id=9327b0395e&e=8e108ce077


IHV NATIONAL MULTI-AGENCY PERINATAL AND INFANT MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE: THE HIDDEN CHALLENGES


* 24 April 2018, in Manchester

* A call for abstracts is currently open - providing the opportunity to showcase your work in Perinatal and Infant Mental Health (PIMH).Abstracts are welcome in areas of NEW RESEARCH and LOCAL INNOVATIONS in the fields of perinatal and/or infant mental health.

* For further details on the abstracts, the programme and bookings, please click here

https://ihv.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6d0ffa0c0970ad395fc6324ad&id=3c30fd8306&e=8e108ce077


 

DR CHERYLL ADAMS:

"IT IS A PRIVILEGE TO ABLE TO OFFER THESE FABULOUS SPECIALIST CONFERENCES WITH SUCH DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH VISITING PROFESSION. PLEASE DO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AN IHV ACCREDITED EVENT WITH GREAT CPD AND THE LATEST UPDATES IN THESE TWO EXTREMELY IMPORTANT AREAS OF HEALTH VISITING PRACTICE. BOOK YOUR PLACE SOON AS - WE EXPECT THERE TO BE PRESSURE ON PLACES!"

WE ALWAYS SEEK TO ENSURE OUR ACTIVITIES COMPLY WITH THE UNICEF BABY FRIENDLY INITIATIVE – OUR EVENTS ARE NOT AND NEVER WILL BE SPONSORED BY THE FORMULA MILK INDUSTRY.

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Improving Oral Health Supervised Tooth Brushing Programme Toolkit

Cherylynn Wray - Tuesday, December 20, 2016 -

A toolkit to support commissioning of supervised tooth brushing programmes in early years settings and schools.  Although the retur on investment has been conducted for 0-5 HV services, intelligent assumptions can be based on these in terms of the ROI for school nursing services too. Really useful to inform, debate, agree commissioning of services.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/improving-oral-health-supervised-tooth-brushing-programme-toolkit

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PHE Health Visiting & School Nursing Regional Networking Events

Cherylynn Wray - Tuesday, December 13, 2016 -

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Launch of ASQ:SE-2 E-Learning

Cherylynn Wray - Tuesday, November 15, 2016 -

The ASQ:SE-2 e-learning tool developed by Health Education England, the Department of Health, e-Learning for Healthcare and the University of Hertfordshire is now available here:

 

http://cs1.e-learningforhealthcare.org.uk/public/ASQ/ASQ_01_003/d/ELFH_Session/9/session.html?lms=n#overview.html

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Breaking Through The Barriers - Helping Children With Continence Problems

Cherylynn Wray - Sunday, November 06, 2016 -

Penny Dobson - Helping children with continence issues:

https://vivbennett.blog.gov.uk/2016/11/03/breaking-through-the-barriers-helping-children-with-continence-problems-by-penny-dobson/   Read More

The ADPH Poicy Survey Results Report 2016

Cherylynn Wray - Sunday, November 06, 2016 -

The Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) conducts an annual policy survey, which helps us to determine policy priorities and areas of focus for the upcoming year, and ensures that we remain memberled. This summary report details the priority areas that the survey identified.

http://www.adph.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/The-Association-of-Directors-of-Public-Health-Survey-Results-Report-2016.pdf


 

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New Integrated 456 Model For 0-19

Cherylynn Wray - Tuesday, November 01, 2016 -

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E-Learning

Cherylynn Wray - Saturday, September 10, 2016 -

The Children’s Emotional and Additional Health Needs programme provides Continuing Professional Development (CPD) content comprising six e-learning sessions, as both a resource pack for face-to-face training and as a learning resource, for Health Visitors and School Nurses. It focusses on early and co-ordinated support for children with emotional health and wellbeing issues, and additional or complex health needs.

The sessions provide an overview of common issues for children with complex/additional health needs and emotional health and wellbeing concerns. This enhanced learning will equip teams with the essential skills to deliver high-quality services and early help and support in these specialist areas.

 

Access the e-learning at:  http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/childrens-emotional-and-additional-health-needs/

 

The e-Female Genital Mutilation educational programme has been developed by HEE e-Learning for Healthcare and is provided free to all healthcare professionals, including school nurses, practice nurses, health visitors and GPs. Developed in collaboration with key stakeholders, and supported by the Department of Health’s FGM Prevention team, the material deals with the issues posed by FGM at all stages of a girl or woman’s life.

 

Access the e-learning at:  http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/female-genital-mutilation

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