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These Good Practice Points are based on the six high impact areas for health visitor public health outcomes, and the content of the Healthy Child Programme and the publication Birth to Five. They have been written by topic experts, health visitors and others using the most up-to-date evidence. Login using your password to gain access. If you are not a member join us today.

They have all been peer reviewed by academic HVs, senior HVs in practice and parents to ensure that they accurately reflect both the latest evidence and practice experience.

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Transition to Parenthood and the Early Weeks

In this section you will find good practice points to support the early days of having a baby such as: Immunisations; Healthy attachment; Oral Thrush; Safer Sleep; Cradle Cap; Reflux; Colic

 

Breastfeeding

In this section you will find good practice points to support Breastfeeding such as: Antenatal information & Postnatal information

 

Maternal Mental Health

In this section you will find good practice points to support maternal mental health and well being such as: Maternal Mental Wellbeing

 

Healthy Weight, Healthy Nutrition

In this section you will find good practice points to support healthy nutrition such as: Complementary feeding & Baby-Led Weaning; Healthy Infant & Toddler Diet; Feeding the Older Child

 

Managing Minor Illness and Reducing Accidents

In this section you will find good practice points to support managing minor illness & reducing accidents such as: How to reduce accidents in pre – school children

 

Health, Wellbeing and Development of the Child

In this section you will find good practice points to support healthy 2 year olds & school readiness such as: Independent Sleep; Smoking near children; Dental health; Difficult behaviours; ASQ/SE; Eczema; Child Development; Travelling with babies

 

Generic GPPs

In this section you will find a wide range of Good Practice Points which do not come under the High Impact Areas