This is a must-attend event in 2021 for all organisation working alongside practitioners, managers and commissioners working in health visiting and wider multi-disciplinary teams to improve a breadth of public health outcomes in the earliest years.
This conference will provide a much-needed time of reflection and learning from the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on babies, young children and their families, and the services that support them. In particular, the conference will focus on reducing inequalities and this will be explored through a variety of different practice-related topics. What have we learnt from the pandemic? And how can we focus our efforts as we look ahead to the future with a shared ambition to build a fairer society?
This is a must-attend event in 2021 for all organisation working alongside practitioners, managers and commissioners working in health visiting and wider multi-disciplinary teams to improve a breadth of public health outcomes in the earliest years. Health visitors provide a vital safety-net for all families and their work as part of a whole system approach is essential if we are serious about reducing inequalities. The conference aims to equip practitioners to address key challenges in prevention and earliest intervention work with babies, children and families.
The presentations, concurrent sessions and exhibitor opportunities will be made available to delegates through our bespoke digital conference platform. We have been delighted with the extended reach that this delivery method affords whilst still keeping delegates engaged, connected and achieving very high satisfaction ratings.
We are now welcoming applications for exhibition stands and/or sponsorship packages for this event. If you wish to look at our packages available and if you have any queries regarding any aspect of the virtual exhibition or sponsorship please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by telephone to 078716609310.
Spaces are limited so please do consider submitting your application as soon as possible to guarantee your inclusion at this popular event.
We always seek to ensure our activities comply with the UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative – our events are not and never will be sponsored by the formula milk industry.
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