Healthy Child Programme: An e-Learning Resource for Practitioners who work with Children
“Healthy child” is a term that refers to a child who is physically, mentally and socially healthy. This means that the child is not only free from illness or disease, but is also developing well in terms of their cognitive, emotional and social skills.
The Healthy Child Programme is a high-quality learning resource for healthcare practitioners who care for young children under the age of five. It is ideally suited to health visitors, nurses, midwives, general practitioners, paediatricians, obstetricians, dieticians and speech/language therapists.
A comprehensive course for health visitors, doctors and nurses globally
The programme covers a wide range of topics, including health promotion, common health issues, positive parenting, development and behaviour, language and safeguarding. The learning content is highly engaging, with animations, videos, case studies and questions to help stimulate reflective thinking and support your learning. There are also links to further recommended reading resources.
- Relevant to all healthcare professionals who work with children globally
- Comprehensive training that covers all aspects of child health
- Developed by leading child health experts in the UK
This online healthy school child programme consists of 13 modules. Each module is divided into a number of easily manageable learning sessions. Learning session takes around 20 to 30 minutes each to complete.
- Programme basics
- Record keeping
- Family health
- Development and behaviour
- Growth and nutrition
- Early development support
- Positive parenting and issues
- Speech, language and communication needs
- Health promotion
- Early development support completes the programme.
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