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CPHVA lends support to statutory PSHE campaign

Posted: 24 - Nov - 2014

Groups including CPHVA, the Royal College of Nursing and the PSHE Association have pledged their support for Green Party MP Caroline Lucas’ Private Members’ Bill to place Personal,...

Unite to partner NMC in revalidation pilots

Posted: 24 - Nov - 2014

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has announced the organisations it will be partnering with to test the system and processes underpinning revalidation, including Unite. Nurses and midwives...

Unite lead officer Obi Amadi on BME pioneer list

Posted: 24 - Nov - 2014

Clinicians, managers, patient advocates, academics and diversity champions are among the names on HSJ’s second black and minority ethnic (BME) pioneers list.  

Candle-lit vigil on eve of bill ‘to save the NHS from privatisation’

Posted: 18 - Nov - 2014

A symbolic vigil to highlight the plight of the NHS will be held on Thursday (20 November) on the eve of the second reading of a private member’s bill that would roll-back the privatisation of...

Department of Health Week of Action in progress

Posted: 18 - Nov - 2014

The Department of Health is hosting its fourth ‘Week of Action’ this week to develop practice and services to improve health outcomes, this time focussing on a ‘Healthy...

Practitioners need actions, not words in NHS pay fight

Posted: 13 - Nov - 2014

Gail Cartmail, Assistant General Secretary of Unite, delivered the welcome address at the CPHVA conference on 5 November and advised members to embrace their fighting spirit 

Protest as Nursing and Midwifery Council votes to increase registration fee

Posted: 24 - Oct - 2014

At a meeting on 1 October 2014, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) agreed to increase the annual registration fee for nurses and midwives from £100 to £120. 

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A new look

Here at Community Practitioner we have worked over the last few months to...

Obi Amadi, Lead Professional Officer,...

Obi Amadi, Lead Professional Officer, Unite CPHVA

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Jane Beach, Professional Officer, Unite CPHVA

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Latest News

CPHVA lends support to statutory PSHE campaign

Posted: 24 - Nov - 2014

Groups including CPHVA, the Royal College of Nursing and the PSHE Association have pledged their support for Green Party MP Caroline Lucas’ Private Members’ Bill to place Personal,...

Unite to partner NMC in revalidation pilots

Posted: 24 - Nov - 2014

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has announced the organisations it will be partnering with to test the system and processes underpinning revalidation, including Unite. Nurses and midwives...

Unite lead officer Obi Amadi on BME pioneer list

Posted: 24 - Nov - 2014

Clinicians, managers, patient advocates, academics and diversity champions are among the names on HSJ’s second black and minority ethnic (BME) pioneers list.  

Candle-lit vigil on eve of bill ‘to save the NHS from privatisation’

Posted: 18 - Nov - 2014

A symbolic vigil to highlight the plight of the NHS will be held on Thursday (20 November) on the eve of the second reading of a private member’s bill that would roll-back the privatisation of...

Department of Health Week of Action in progress

Posted: 18 - Nov - 2014

The Department of Health is hosting its fourth ‘Week of Action’ this week to develop practice and services to improve health outcomes, this time focussing on a ‘Healthy...

Practitioners need actions, not words in NHS pay fight

Posted: 13 - Nov - 2014

Gail Cartmail, Assistant General Secretary of Unite, delivered the welcome address at the CPHVA conference on 5 November and advised members to embrace their fighting spirit 

Protest as Nursing and Midwifery Council votes to increase registration fee

Posted: 24 - Oct - 2014

At a meeting on 1 October 2014, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) agreed to increase the annual registration fee for nurses and midwives from £100 to £120. 

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Feature - Vitamin D in children

This sample feature from Community Practitioner looks at vitamin D deficiency in at-risk groups. There has been a lot of public health interest in vitamin D since the documented resurgence of rickets in children, and this article focuses on the identification of widespread vitamin D deficiency and the growing understanding of the role vitamin D plays in the immune system.

 

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Health Visitor Opportunities

Posted: 31 - Aug - 2014   Closing date: 30 - Jan - 2015

Health visitor opportunities at Central Manchester University Hospitals

HEALTH VISITOR - THE GREAT JOURNEY BEGINS HERE

Posted: 13 - Nov - 2014   Closing date: 28 - Feb - 2015

Band 6 Health Visitors: £35,159 - £38,925 Qualified: £35,159 (but possibly higher with impressive experience)

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