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Creating Healthy Children, COVID and beyond”, originally scheduled to take place in May, was held as a virtual conference on 22 and 23 September 2020.

Due to the challenges posed by the pandemic, we could not hold our face-to-face evidence-based practice conference as we would have liked but we didn’t want you to miss out on all the wonderful content that we had pulled together for the original date in May.

Across two mornings in September, we showcased the latest research and practice developments in health visiting with a fantastic line-up of expert speakers, great e-posters and some fab networking.

We have received some amazing feedback from our first ever virtual conference:

Thank you for delivering a fantastic conference in these challenging times and thank you for all that you do to support Health Visitors and health visiting practice.

Many congratulations for such a fabulous conference. A pleasure to join and much less exhausting than attending in person 😊

I really enjoyed the presentations and discussions. I’m sure people have gone away feeling very motivated

Thank you so much for a wonderful online conference – I found it so interesting. Great speakers.

I wanted to extend my thanks to the whole iHV team for an excellent conference. It worked very well online and I am looking forward to viewing the other sessions that I didn’t sign up for at a later date. The speakers were excellent and the content was exactly what was needed for discussion at present.

Take a look at the fabulous programme and expert speakers  – you can navigate the event website using the “burger button” in the top right-hand corner.

Conference attendees can access the presentations and recordings from the 2 mornings via the Event website – you will need your login details for the conference. If you have any queries, please contact [email protected]

Have a quick spin through all the tweets collated from the two mornings in the Wakelet link below – so much to see!


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