23rd November 2016
The iHV is delighted to share new Good Practice Points on Working with migrant families for our Associate members.
These Good Practice Points, co-authored by Dr Louise Condon, Associate Professor, College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University, and Jeanette Ford, Specialist Practitioner, Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub, Redbridge, London, set out what health visitors need to know about working with migrant families.
They outline the difficulties that they may experience living in the UK as a migrant family and the health behaviours which impact upon child health. This GPP shows how health visitors can support migrant parents to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to access health services.
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