Securing the digital future

Helene Feger of the Professional Record Standards Body on the rapid rise of online consultations and the greater scrutiny needed to keep healthcare safe and accessible. 

England: is digital inclusion the key to tackling health inequalities?

Tackling the ‘digital divide’ is vital in order to reduce health inequalities, concludes a three-year NHS Digital project trialling digital technology with disadvantaged communities.

Negative attitudes limit sexual health of over-45s

Negative attitudes towards older people’s sexual activities and limited awareness of available healthcare are associated with increasing rates of sexually transmitted infections, a report has found. 

Scotland: staff survey reveals pride in the face of adversity

The Everyone Matters Pulse Survey gathered responses from 83,000 members of staff across Scotland’s 22 health boards and 30 health and social care partnerships.

Professions join forces for worried new parents

Paediatricians, health visitors and GPs have collaborated to produce guidance for parents worried about their new baby.

Northern Ireland: Healthy child, healthy future is published

The Department of Health has published Healthy child, healthy future: health review statistics for Northern Ireland 2019/20.

England: PHE guidance on delivering Covid-19 vaccine

Public Health England (PHE) published new guidance at the end of November 2020 to support health and social care workers in delivering the Covid-19 vaccine.

What lies ahead? The future of practice after Covid

Regardless of how much we dare to hope the beginning of the end of the pandemic is in sight, its ripple effects on the UK’s health and their implications for CPs are just starting. Journalist Anna Scott asks if Covid-19 has changed the professions’ methods forever.

Student CPs: lessons in resilience

How student health visitors and school nurses found that learning during a pandemic proved to be positive and empowering.

MacQueen Bursary: rewarding hard work

Learn how winning a bursary award can progress your career: eight winners explain how it’s helped them to achieve more…

Rights at work: why we should value our practice educators

Unite national officer for health Colenzo Jarrett-Thorpe on protecting this crucial profession.

Covid strikes third sector

Covid-19 has hit charities hard, halting fundraising activities and disrupting services, while need continues to rocket. Journalist Juliette Astrup explores the impact and how charities are adapting.

The empty echo: are decision makers acting on BAME concerns?

Decision-makers may listen to BAME concerns, but will they act on them? Asha Day examines the Public Health England report from June, the lessons that have been learned, and those that haven’t.

Diverse needs: supporting BAME families

BAME people suffer racial discrimination throughout their lives, as highlighted recently by the Black Lives Matter protests. Journalist Linsey Wynton, a mother of three mixed-race children, asks how CPs can best help BAME families.

Tribute to Betsi Cadwaladr

A look at the life and legacy of the brave, determined and pioneering Welsh nurse who cared for soldiers in the Crimean War.

Members are moving on up

Discover fantastic member achievements, and more student updates.

Rights at work: time for cash, not claps

Colenzo Jarrett-Thorpe, Unite national officer for health, sets out Unite-CPHVA’s position on pay. 

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