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Fellows are encouraged to network with their fellow Fellows! A closed group for Fellows already exists on Face Book and we have now just set up a new closed group on Linked In - a professional networking site. We have done this as Terry Rich who led the Fellows training session on 'Understanding Local Government' during our development days is hosting Q+A sessions to help us connect in the best way with our local authority colleagues.
Fellows should already have received an invite to join our Linked In Fellows closed group. You will need a Linked In Profile to join the group - it is a simple process to set up a LinkedIn account. If you have not received an invitation, please request to join the group
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In the meantime, find out more about Fellows of the iHV below:
Fellows are health visitors with exceptional leadership qualities delivering excellence in practice. They are known as professionals who 'push the boundaries', have an entrepreneurial spirit and have made a real difference to the health outcomes of children, families and communities. Whilst many are from clinical practice, some also come from research and education.
To be fully honoured as an FiHV, applicants participated in a 4 day Fellows Leadership Development Programme which concluded with a national conferment ceremony on 11 March 2015.
Join the country's prestigious group of expert health visitors to:
The Fellows programme is sponsored by the Department of Health, England.
What do YOU get?
The iHV offers its Fellows
Could you be a Fellow?
If you answered 'YES' to all of these questions, you might well be one of our future Fellows. For information about the Fellows Award, please contact Trisha Owen, FiHV Project Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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