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Health Education England has tasked the Institute of Health Visiting with producing new, customised Induction and Preceptorship Frameworks for Health Visiting
Health Education England has tasked the Institute of Health Visiting with producing new, customised Induction and Preceptorship Frameworks for Health Visiting.
The iHV is organising events on how to be an iHV Safeguarding & Child Protection Expert Trainer and Infant Mental Health Champion
MISS IT, MISS OUT....only 2 more opportunities to apply until 2015/16.....current closing date 3 November
Look out for our new CPD inventory being developed to support health visitors at all stages of their careers. Available from December – sharpen your pencils ready!!
Over 4000 health visitors are Associate and Corporate members. Feedback from both employers and individual health visitors is very positive. Join us, or join your health visitors and experience the benefits that are designed to strengthen practice.
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Child and family health experts from Eastern Europe and Central Asia were in England from 20- 24 October 2014 to learn about the vital role that health visitors play in the health and wellbeing outcomes of children and their families in England. The week-long study tour was hosted by the Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) and held in partnership with UNICEF.
The iHV has been funded by Health Education England to develop an Induction and Preceptor Frameworks for new and return to practice Health Visitors entering the workforce.Your response to this survey will enable us to finalise the Induction and Preceptor frameworks. Please submit your answers today.We are very grateful for your time and input.
This evening, Dr Cheryll Adams, Director of the Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) was named in the Health Service Journal (HSJ) 2014 Clinical Leaders List which was held in partnership with Veredus.
The iHV has announced dates to train a new raft of Champion health visitors – Infant Mental Health Champions who will cascade their training to colleagues and become a local resource linked to the iHV for infant mental health in their organisations.
The iHV has announced dates to train a new raft of iHV Expert health visitors – this time in safeguarding and child protection. Their responsibility will be to work with the iHV to cascade their training to colleagues and become a local resource linked to the iHV for safeguarding in their organisations.
The iHV today announced dates to train a new raft of iHV Expert health visitors – this time in safeguarding and child protection. Their responsibility will be to worth with the iHV to cascade their training to colleagues and become a local resource linked to the iHV for safeguarding in their organisations.
Fifteen outstanding health visitors have just been identified to join the prestigious Institute of Health Visiting’s Fellowship programme - taking the total number of Fellows appointed so far this year to 50.......
In 2015 the money to commission health visiting services moves from NHS England to Local Government. What are the challenges and opportunities that follow from this change? At a time of cuts in local government finance how safe are the universal and targeted services delivered by health visitors going forward?
The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission has published its second annual State of the Nation 2014 Report
The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) welcomes the new influential report ‘The costs of perinatal mental health problems’ released today by the London School of Economics and Centre for Mental Health.
Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England reports on the progress on Volunteer screening teams at UK Airports, the report of the London Health commission and the role of digital teachnologies in health.
The iHV is offering associates the opportunity to attend a research masterclass twice a year at a very reasonable cost.
This 6-minute video provides an overview of The Science of Neglect: The Persistent Absence of Responsive Care Disrupts the Developing Brain, a Working Paper from the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child.
The iHV is organising a series of training events around Contemporary Issues in Safeguarding and Child Protection for health visitors to become a iHV Safeguarding & Child Protection Expert Trainer and Infant mental health champions respectively.
Our Voices reflection and Comment articles are interesting reflections on events attended and comments by policy makers, health visitors and others in this section.
Over 4000 health visitors are signed up through our Associate and Corporate schemes. Join us and experience the benefits which are designed to strengthen practice and improve health outcomes for children and families.
iHV promotes raising the standards in health visiting practice through a series of e- learning for health online modules
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