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Health Visiting - Professional Support and Advice

For professional and policy enquries on health visiting, please contact: , Amcius/CPHVA Lead Professional Officer - AMICUS-CPHVA, 33-37, Moreland Street, London EC1V 8HA. Tel. 0207 780 4087, Fax 0207 780 4142

 

The Health Visiting Service

Agenda for Change

Education

Official publications

Statistics on Community Nursing and Health Visiting Staff - England - 2005

Legal Status and Principles of
Health Visiting

Department of Health - The CNO's monthly newsletter has articles about -www.dh.gov.uk/cnobulletin .

NMC - The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) - revised post-registration requirements - Aug. 2006

Green Pages

 

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12/0/7/06 - A health visitor has reported that she has been phoned by a telesales representative who said he was ringing on behalf of the Amcius/CPHVA to find out what health visitors know about formula feeding, in order to update them accurately.

Needless to say, we have commissioned no such research. If anyone can find out which company this has come from, please let us know. Contact , Professional Officer, Amicus/CPHVA - Tel. 0207 780 4089

3/06/06 - Study on the nursing, midwifery and health visiting contribution to chronic disease management. More details.

21/06/06 -There are two new documents about domestic abuse available:

1) Tackling the health and mental health Effects of Domestic and Sexual Violence and Abuse; see www.dh.gov.uk/publications

2) Vision for services for children and young people affected by domestic violence; see www.lga.gov.uk


 

 

 

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