https://vivbennett.blog.gov.uk/2013/11/01/cip-thank-you/

CiP Week of Action - Quote from Duncan Selbie and a Thank You

The Public Health Nursing teams at DH and PHE thank everyone who has been involved with our week of action on the impact nursing, midwifery and health visiting has in improving and protecting the public's health

6Cs

Care, Compassion, Competence, Communication, Courage and Commitment

6 Action Areas

1. Helping People to Stay Independent, Maximising Well-Being and Improving health outcomes

2. Working with People to Provide a Positive Experience of Care

3. Delivering High Quality Care and Measuring Impact

4. Building and Strengthening Leadership

5. Ensuring We Have The Right Staff, With The Right Skills, In The Right Place

6.Supporting Positive Staff Experiences

 

6 Domains under Action Area One where professions have major opportunity and impact

 AA1 diagram

 

And the final word for this week goes to Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive at Public Health England:

 “As Chief Executive of Public Health England, I am committed to the contribution all nurses make to improving the public's health and am proud to be associated with the national nursing strategy Compassion in Practice.  PHE Director of Nursing Viv Bennett and her deputy Joanne Bosanquet are leading for PHE on Action Area 1, Helping people to stay independent, maximising well-being and improving health outcomes. 28 October 2013 sees the start of a week-long diary of activities to promote the public’s health as everyone’s business and making every contact count. We look forward to supporting this vital work.

For further information on future 6C events :  http://www.6cs.england.nhs.uk/pg/event_calendar/view/82757  or link in via twitter to @VivjBennett @MrsBosanquet @PHE_UK @6CsLive #AA1 #6CsLive”

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