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A growing body of evidence demonstrates that health visitors can have a positive impact on health (Cowley et al, 2013) and health visitors are keen to show the impact of their work in early intervention, health promotion, and the prevention of ill-health in children and families.

There is increasing emphasis on the need to measure the impact and effectiveness of health visiting services, with local commissioners developing their understanding of the health visitor role and how the service contributes to local and national public health outcomes, the local early years strategy and broader social, economic and fiscal outcomes (Fuller, 2014). 

With a vast amount of information available regarding evaluation and outcomes in health services which can be overwhelming, our programme helps present ideas and develop thinking around evaluation of practice and outcome measures that are relevant to health visiting practice and to children and families.


Demonstrating Outcomes of Health Visiting options

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