An e-learning resource to help health visitors and school nurses improve their understanding of children’s needs
“We are developing a new e-learning resource to help health visitors and school nurses improve their understanding of children’s needs. It has six sections covering emotional wellbeing and mental health issues as well as looking at meeting the needs of children with additional health needs or disabilities.
The resource will be useful for the continuing professional development of both experienced and newly qualified health visitors and school nurses. It will contain information about best practice and self-assessment questions as well as links and suggested further reading for those needing more depth…
It has been created in a partnership between the Community Practitioners and Health Visitors Association (CPHVA), the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA), Health Education England, E-learning for Healthcare and Public Health England.”
Viv Bennett, Public Health England’s Chief Nurse. From here
The resource is available via the E-Learning for Healthcare website.