Too young to cope? Helping teenage parents

Health visitor Julie Davidson describes techniques for working with often resistant teenage parents to make a real difference to the outcomes of young families.

Helping new parents: 'I think my husband has postantal depression'

Alison Lewis on how the PANDAS Foundation can help start a conversation with those parents deeply affected by childbirth. 

Tribute to Edith Cavell

In this International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, we look at the heroic achievements of wartime nurse Edith Cavell.

Education during Covid-19: university challenged

A shift to virtual teaching and learning during a global pandemic: a Cardiff University SCPHN programme perspective from Michelle Moseley.

Covid-19 reflections

A community nursery nurse in England who retired and returned during the pandemic, and a health visitor in Scotland, reveal their recent experiences.

Clinical: life versus lupus

Lupus is often associated with women, but a fifth of cases are diagnosed in childhood. It can make a huge impact on a young person’s life but, with support, they can thrive, says journalist Julie Penfold.

Homelessness: crisis round the corner?

Lockdown, compounded by a deep economic slump, threatens to push thousands of people into homelessness. Journalist Juliette Astrup explores this shifting landscape and asks what happens next.

England and Wales: Black males three times more likely to die of Covid-19 than white males

An increasing number of reports are being published looking at the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on BAME communities.

Infant feeding: the Covid effect

The pandemic has caused breastfeeding support in some areas of the UK to be stripped back to the bare minimum, writes Francesca Entwistle of the Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative. But it’s still crucial for infant health.

News in numbers: July/August 2020

A breakdown of recent community health news, in numbers. Download the PDF, here

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