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We work closely with our members, the public health workforce and wider community to develop and implement a wide range of policy and projects to educate and empower individuals, effect change and celebrate excellence.
Membership of the iHV is open to anyone working in the area of health visiting. We are the fastest growing professional network for health visitors worldwide.
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In this section you will find a wide variety of tools and resources to develop your practice.
On our Families page, you will find information for use by families, such as links to what health visitors do, our walking groups for new parents called Ready Steady Mums, information on getting to know your baby and important online Sources of Support.
You will also find iHV Parents Tips which you can download.
We are able to offer a range of contemporary training programmes and professional conferences to support the personal and professional development of practitioners. A wide range of e-learning can be found in our Health Visitors section.
This section is for updating on recent news, iHV training, awards, events and upcoming conferences.
Membership of the iHV is open to anyone working in the area of health visiting. We we are the fastest growing professional network for health visitors worldwide.
Health visitors play a vital role in ensuring that every child gets the best possible start in life! And the iHV supports health visitors to do just that!
Membership of the iHV is open to anyone working in the area of health visiting. It is a widely recognised mark of commitment to health visiting and brings real professional benefits.
We are the fastest growing professional network for health visitors.
Every year around 700,000 babies are born in the UK and it is essential that each and every one has the best chance of a healthy and productive life.
The iHV receives no core funding from government or the NHS, what it can achieve will be determined by the income it can raise itself.
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