Campaigns

An organisation is only as strong as its members. The CPHVA’s approach is two pronged - to recruit and retain new members and to campaign vigorously on the issues that concern the membership in the new millennium. For further information on CPHVA campaigns contact:

, Professional Communications Officer, CPHVA, 40 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD
Tel: 0207 939 7043 Fax: 020 7403 2985

CPHVA Campaigns


MAKE IT HAPPEN

CPHVA - Make IT Happen Campaign, February 2003. In June 2001, the CPHVA launched this campaign,with an aim to see that every health visitor and community nurse had desktop access to a computer, appropriate software and the core set of tools promised by the government - email, Internet and NHS Directory Services. The 2003 campaign is for the CPHVA to asssess the progress. The results of the last survey was much quoted. We hope you can make this survey an equally potent campaigning tool.

Making IT Happen - a CPHVA and CPNA campaign (October 2002)

Making IT Happen - The Slow Road to and IT Nirvana - Article submitted by the CPHVA to 'INFORM'- NHSIA Newsletter

October 2001 - Is the NHS netting the benefits?
Article by Mark Gould in Society Guardian featuring an interview with Ruth Reilly, Chair of the CPHVA Special Interest Group on information management and IT. Go to http://society.guardian.co.uk/specialreports/ then scroll down and click on `Internet` and scroll down to the report. (Source: Guardian Unlimited, 10 Oct 2001)

July 2001 - NHS IT Revolution 'Bypasses' Health Visitors – New Survey

July 2001 - 'Make IT Happen' Campaign Launch, Prof. Dame June Clark



DEALS ON WHEELS

Detailed below are the latest and most relevant documents relating to 'Deals on Wheels' campaign, which aims to secure a fair deal for community nurses who use their cars for work. For further information and a campaign pack, please contact

Autumn 2002 - Briefing Update

November 2001 - CPHVA Welcomes ‘No Congestion Charges for Health Workers’
November 2001 - Transport for London acts to boost business and support community and health services

November 2001 - Briefing Paper Update - the story 18 months on

April 2001 - Letter from Jackie Carnell, Director, CPHVA to Nick Lester, Director, Transport & Environment, Association of London Government, concerning ‘pilot’ schemes for health visitors and community nurses to have ‘free’ car parking badges when visiting clients on NHS business in London

April 2001 - Letter from Jackie Carnell, Director, CPHVA to Ken Livingstone MP, Mayor of London, concerning ‘pilot’ schemes for health visitors and community nurses to have ‘free’ car parking badges when visiting clients on NHS business in London

March 2001 - Letter from Jackie Carnell, Director, CPHVA to Keith Hill, Minister for London concerning ‘pilot’ schemes for health visitors and community nurses to have ‘free’ car parking badges when visiting clients on NHS business in London.

Other Campaigns

NSPCC - Full Stop Campaign and Survey

Department of Health- Smoking and Pregnancy Partners Campaign - Flyer and Folder

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