Don’t worry if you missed yesterday’s iHV Insights webinar on “Parental awareness of respiratory illness in babies and children”, as the recording and resources are now available.
The VSCE-funded iHV Respiratory Project has now successfully delivered 4 webinars, all of which are available to watch again on the iHV website on our new iHV Respiratory Illness page – this iHV Insights event was the fourth session in the series. Thanks to the funding, all resources (including all the webinars) on the Respiratory Illnesses webpage are open access.
This VSCE HW funded project aimed to share key information and resources on respiratory illnesses in under 3s – with a focus on fever, breathing difficulties and wheeze, croup, and bronchiolitis/RSV and supporting HVs in their role working with families. This includes ensuring the promotion of and access to resources already in use including the Healthier Together website and iHV Parent Tips on fever and breathing difficulties and wheeze.
Yesterday, we were joined by a fabulous panel of experts who were able to provide an update on the evidence and lots of helpful tips on supporting families with raising awareness of respiratory illness in babies and children.
Our expert panel of speakers:
- Dr Ben Hughes on the EPNS4 Surge e-learning course which focuses on care and support at home
- Eluned Hughes and Erika Radford, The British Lung Foundation and Asthma UK on their helplines
As well as the webinar resources being available on our new iHV Respiratory Illness webpage, they are also available for iHV members to access via the iHV Insights webpage – together with their iHV Insights Record of Attendance/Reflection template to download and complete.
So, if you are already a member head over to our iHV Insights page now to download your record of attendance and check out all our previous iHV Insights. Or join us today and gain access to future iHV Insights webinars, as well as the recordings of past sessions.