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The Government has outlined the ways in which it looks to ensure children can be as healthy as possible – preventing illness and encouraging healthy behaviour, from pregnancy onwards. Key focuses will include: improving maternity care and the health visiting service, protecting children through immunisation, supporting mothers and children with mental health problems, children’s (paediatrics) nutrition and diet, obesity, and continuing to deliver the Healthy Child Programme.
Alongside this, in her recent report ‘Prevention Pays – Our Children Deserve Better’, Professor Dame Sally Davies – Chief Medical Officer for England, states that much more needs to be done to improve children’s health, and in turn, this could save the taxpayer billions.
The Early Years Health and Education Show will examine all of the issues affecting those providing healthcare services to children between 0 and 6 years old. It will look at the latest Government policy and priorities, provide advice and guidance from industry experts, and the perfect setting to network with peers and colleagues from across the country.
On June 26th, the show will attract midwives and nurses, health visitors and community nurses, GPs and Children’s Health leads from Clinical Commissioning Groups among others.
The Early Years Health and Education Show will be the first national show recognising the crucial link between healthcare and education, bringing together both communities.
At such an important time for professionals across both of these sectors, The Early Years Health and Education Show should not be missed.
To register for your FREE place please CLICK HERE