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iHV launches COVID-19 professional advice for health visiting

We are delighted to launch a series of COVID-19 professional advice documents today to support the safe and effective delivery of health visiting practice during the global pandemic. These resources have been developed in partnership with Public Health England by the professional team at the Inst...

Health visitors’ fear for children’s wellbeing due to relentless service cuts

Public health budget cuts have left health visiting services unable to offer the minimum level of support in many areas Many health visitors across England have been robbed of their ability to protect vulnerable families by devastating cuts to public health budgets. That is the headline finding o...

What do parents want from a health visiting service?

Continuity of health visitor – someone who knows them as an individual and who they can trust Equity of access to support – receiving all mandated contacts and extra help when needed, regardless of where they live Health visitors remain the most trusted source of information and suppo...

Good News Stories about Health Visiting

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) is delighted to publish ‘Health visiting - Good practice case studies’ to support our recently issued ‘Health Visiting in England: A Vision for the Future’ - our evidence-based blueprint to rebuild health visiting services. This resource of ten short...

Institute awards two honorary Fellowships as it launches annual report

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) is delighted to announce two new honorary Fellows and the launch of its seventh annual report, detailing the progress and many highlights of the iHV over the last year. Professor Mitch Blair and Sir Al Aynsley-Green both received an honorary Fellowship of th...

iHV calls for manifesto pledges for children

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) has written an open letter which challenges the main political parties in England to commit to important manifesto pledges for children which it hopes to see from the next government. Children in the UK have some of the worst outcomes when compared with the ...

iHV launches ‘Health Visiting in England: A Vision for the Future’

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) is delighted to publish ‘Health Visiting in England: A Vision for the Future’, their evidence-based blue print to rebuild health visiting services. Developed in response to the government’s request for stakeholder engagement to inform their plans to re...

PATHways to improving perinatal mental health…

On World Maternal Mental Health Day and during UK Maternal Mental Awareness Week 2019, the Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) is delighted to be part of PATH - a newly EU-funded project which will enable women, families and healthcare professionals to prevent, identify and successfully manage mi...

iHV announces new Educational Board Game to support Clinical Leadership Development

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV), in partnership with Focus Games Ltd, is delighted to announce the launch of the Leadership Game – a group learning tool that supports all health and social care professionals to explore, discuss and participate in collective leadership. Effective compassi...

New Recommended National Curriculum for Specialist Community Public Health Nursing – Health Visiting/School Nursing

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV), alongside 5 health organisations, is delighted to publish the new Recommended National Curriculum for Specialist Community Public Health Nursing - Health Visiting/School Nursing (0-19 child public health nursing services). The Recommended National Curriculu...