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Safer Sleep Week 2019 Supporting safer Sleeping – starting the conversation by Wendy Nicholson MBE & Jane Scattergood

  It’s the Lullaby Trust’s annual national awareness-raising campaign which is entitled Safer Sleep Week. Sleeping is second nature to babies, they spend a large proportion of their day sleeping and we want to ensure they are safe – parents …

Helping parents to be confident introducing solid foods to their baby - By Professor Viv Bennett

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      This blog is to introduce healthcare professionals (HCPs) to the first ever campaign from Start4Life to help parents introduce their baby to solid foods. This includes a new weaning hub on the Start4Life website – a brand …

Closing the word gap – The leadership role of health visitors by Wendy Nicholson

  Health visitors play a crucial role in helping families ensure that their children can thrive throughout the early years and beyond. Here we set out PHE’s work to support health visitors to make an even greater difference to the …

Countdown to WeLearn #AllOurHealth 2019 – register before it’s too late! By Teresa Chinn MBE & Prof Jamie Waterall

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The countdown has begun.....have you signed up yet? There’s less than a week to sign up to the All Our Health WeLearn which starts on 4 February. This is a fantastic opportunity for all health and care professionals to learn …

WeLearn #AllOurHealth 2019 – Registration is NOW open! By Teresa Chinn MBE & Prof Jamie Waterall

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    WeLearn #AllOurHealth 2019 – Registration is open! All Our Health is a framework of evidence to guide health care professionals in preventing illness, protecting health and promoting wellbeing, a really useful resource for health care professionals from all walks …

Keeping children safe from button batteries during the festive season and beyond! By Wendy Nicholson & Alison Morton

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  Keeping children safe from button batteries during the festive season and beyond Keeping children safe from harm is everyone’s business and we are urging all healthcare professionals and those working with children and young families to work with us …

WE Learn 'All Our Health' 2019: Are you one of our next trailblazer organisations? By Teresa Chinn and Prof Jamie Waterall

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We Learn All Our Health 2019: are you one of our next trailblazer organisations? It may only just be November but we wanted to take five minutes to talk about the New Year – 2019 – as there are some …

Self-Care with digital tools – 'My ask of you' By Shona Ash

    As a nurse, midwife and health visitor, I feel privileged to be working in a team that aims to empower people to participate in their health and care using digital services that meet their needs, target prevention and …

Protecting People from Infections - World Antibiotics Awareness Week 2018 by Susie Singleton, Karen Shaw & Joanne Bosanquet

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            All Our Health - Protecting People from Infections This week, we are celebrating World Antibiotic Awareness Week (#WAAW) and the theme for this year is ‘Change can’t wait: our time with antibiotics is running …