The iHV is delighted to announce the new keynote session for its evidence-based practice conference (taking place on 7 March) is the recently published State of Child Health Report 2017 from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH).

This landmark report into the State of Child Health calls for Government to introduce a comprehensive, national, child health and wellbeing strategy, reverse cuts to public health, and tighten controls over smoking, the sale of alcohol and advertising of foods high in fat, salt and sugar.

Join us on 7 March at our conference for this fantastic opportunity to listen as one of the report’s key clinical advisers presents the report and its findings, and then ask questions on the report during the panel discussion.

Mastering evidence-based practice in health visiting‘ takes place in Birmingham – it is a high quality practice-focused conference with a range of masterclasses for all health visitors.  Perfect for experienced health visitors, newly qualified health visitors, health visitor practice teachers, student health visitors, team leaders and managers – all conference delegates will receive 5 CPD points.

Updated programme details are now available with keynote speaker plus experts, masterclasses and peer-to-peer networking opportunities.

Date: Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Time: 09:30 – 16:00
Venue: Conference Aston, Birmingham

Conference fees:
Delegate places are available to book now – including members’ discount

  • iHV Members: £125
  • iHV Non-Members: £155

All fees include full attendance at the conference pus all refreshments, lunch and delegate materials. They also include VAT at the current rate of 20%.

Last few places available – so hurry – book your place now to gain your 5 CPD points

Four ways to book – choose the easiest way for you:

  • Download and return the completed registration form to: Profile Productions Ltd, Boston House, 69 – 75 Boston Manor Road, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 9JJ
  • Book online
  • Call: 020 3725 5840

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