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Welcome to the iHV resources webpage to support our Evidence-based Practice Conference, Hope for the Future, taking place in Manchester on 21 September 2023.

You will have reached this resources webpage by accessing the QR code printed in your conference programme.

At this year’s conference, printing will be kept to a minimum – in line with our commitment to reduce our environmental impact.

To support your continuous professional development after the conference, we have collated a list of iHV resources that are relevant to the topics presented today. iHV members have full access to all iHV resources. Non-members have access to ‘open access’ resources only.

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Resources for Keynote sessions


Keynote Session 1: Building a fairer world

Mike Hurst and Louise Hamer

Professor Monica Lakhanpaul


Keynote Session 2: Hope for the Future

Sally Shillaker and Ed Miller

Breakout Sessions


Breakout Session 1: Oral presentations 1-4 - Safeguarding families


Breakout Session 2: Oral presentations 5-8 - Supporting child development and enhanced health visiting

 

General resources and links


iHV Health Visiting Survey report


DHSC Start for Life Breastfeeding Campaign


iHV Northern Ireland infographic: Who are health visitors and what do they do?


iHV Pan-London Infographics


iHV GPP - Working with birth trauma


iHV PT - Getting to know your baby


iHV Specialist Health Visitors in Perinatal and Infant Mental Health - where they are and what they’re doing report


iHV PT - Supporting your child to stop using bottles and dummies

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