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CPHVA News

August 2005

CPHVA News September 2005

Hello again, hope you are all well.

Unfortunately no news or views forthcoming from yourselves this month but here are a few items that you may find interesting.

The Northern Ireland School Nurse Conference in Belfast on the 6th September as a great success with a wide range of topics being discussed. Well done to Briege Coyle and all the contributors who made it such an informative day. It gave me some idea of what could be achieved in Scotland if we have the collective will.

Unfortunately the CPHVA Scottish committee could not have as full a meeting as they had intended on the 12th September due to a limited turn out. However a good discussion ensued covering a range of topics that are affecting the Scottish membership. Resulting from this meeting the committee decided that a Knowledge and Skills Framework study day should be held on the 1st November.

I attended the Nursing Live exhibition on the 14th & 15th September in Glasgow. It was great to see so many of our members there and to listen to your opinions as you visited our stand.

A few questions for you

Do you feel that you could contribute to the discussion over issues that affect the members in our organisation?

Would you consider becoming a local CPHVA representative?

Are you colleagues experiencing the benefits of being part of the largest community practitionersí organisation?

Need application forms?

Did you know that by utilising you membership number you can enter the members only section of the CPHVA website?

Looking for a forum to discuss clinical issues?

Have you accessed the membersí bulletin boards?

Until the next time.

Gavin

Scottish Executive

Scottish Executive response to Professor David Kerr?s report on the future of health care in Scotland - building a health service fit for the future, May 2005
"Scottish Executive health page linking you to their publications and consultations current and archived. Also provides links to other useful health information."
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Health

SHOW - Scottish Health on the Web - extensive online health information provided by NHS Scotland covering access to e-libraries, statistics and vacancies amongst others

Events, Reports, Briefings and Publications

If you have events that you feel would benefit your CPHVA colleagues please contact me for their inclusions on the CPHVA Scotland pages.

1st November in Glasgow, CPHVA Knowledge and Skills Framework Study Day (Lunch included). For details, please contact [email protected]

10th-11th November CPHVA national conference in Bournemouth may still be places if you are quick.

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Health vistors set to choose contact time. Independent Nurse. 19 December 2005, p.4.

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