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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.
iHV promotes raising the standards in health visiting practice through a series of e- learning for health online modules.
Watch this space for the next date to apply for the Fellows Award....
Look out for our new CPD packages being developed to support health visitors at all stages of their careers. Available from December – sharpen your pencils ready!!
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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. This National Preceptorship Framework for Health Visiting is designed to outline the best practice standards for a high quality Preceptorship Programme for newly qualified Health Visitors and those returning to practice following a break.
A guide for health professionals on the support system for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
This short document gives guidance and links to relevant data sources, tools and documents to help health visiting students when undertaking a local needs assessment as part of their university course.
Health Education England has tasked the Institute of Health Visiting with producing new, customised Induction and Preceptorship Frameworks for Health Visiting. These pilot versions have been developed with Health Visiting leaders and experts from across England and in consultation with students, newly qualified, return to practice, practice teachers and senior managers from the health visiting profession.
See the highlights of the Great North Run by the iHV team
The Department of health is writing to all health visiting leads in area teams to highlight the Government’s plans to introduce a public health outcome measure showing child development at age 2-2½ from April 2015 and the action that health visiting teams need to take to ensure they are well prepared.
This report is the output of work between NSPCC and the Design Council to understand how best to support dads during pregnancy and the first year of their child’s life. The Dad Project involved dads, mums and the people that work with them in innovative ways to look at how to improve information, advice and support for new dads.
The iHV is delighted to announce that it has identified a further 24 superb senior health visitors to enter its development programme
North of England Health Visitor, Celebrate, Share and Learn Event. Wednesday 15th October 2014 09:30 – 16:30 - Hilton Leeds City
Planning and paying for public health services for 0 to 5 year olds will transfer from the NHS to local authorities in October 2015.
The iHV is offering associates the opportunity to attend a research masterclass twice a year at a very reasonable cost.
This film has been made as an educational resource for those suffering from perinatal mental health issues and to aid professionals. It follow the 'Maws' journey through perinatal mental health.
We are delighted to announce that six new fellows have been appointed in phase 2 of our fellows scheme
The iHV's Task and Finish group are working hard to develop CPD and Training opportunities as part of the Making the Most of Health Visiting programme
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