AMICUS Members vote for Agenda for Change
Sugar and Salt in School Meals - Government Urged to Take Swifter Action
National Service Framework for Children, Young People and Maternity Services and Response
New book for Community Nurses
New range of books endorsed by CPHVA to be launched at the Annual Conference on 21st October 2004
CPHVA Poster Triumph at International Conference
Positive parenting - A public health priority
Extended' schools welcomed as boost to child welfare
Community nurses and doctors say 'no' to 'health police' role
BBC Nursery programme makes case for better regulation
Critics of new five-in-one-jab for babies are 'misguided'’
Chemists selling 'Emergency Contraception' to young girls ' a grey area'
Call for 1,000 extra health visitors and 500 school nurses to be recruited
School nurses 'delighted' at recognition of role - but ask: Where is the money coming from?
Campaign Needed to Make Children Aware of Healthy Foods'
Government to Beef Up Public Health Measures
CPHVA Media Digest - April-June 2004
New check system for those working with children welcomed by CPHVA
CPHVA Seeks clarification on 'Community Matron' Role
Children will become obese unless junk food adverts are banned
Nipple banning film censors divorced from everyday reality
Corporate Working - What does it mean?
Aylesbury Public Urged to Halt Health Visitor 'Stealth' Cuts
CPHVA awards total £6,000 in prize money
CHI Survey ‘Reinforces Need for Ombudsmen to Tackle Bulleying’, Says Health Union
New Children's Commissioner for England Welcomed - But Role Needs To Be Strengthened
New Education Officer for CPHVA
Children and Young People's Commissioner to address Northern Ireland Conference on the Future of Families
CPHVA Conducts Largest-ever Survey of Members' Needs
District Nurses in Wales Have 'A Raw Deal' - Cardiff Conference Will Hear'
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