Health visitor cuts are fuelling a baby care crisis
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Health visitor cuts are fuelling a baby care crisis

Georgina Mayes Policy and quality lead, Institute of Health Visiting

Care backlogs and unmet family needs are on the rise

In the UK, the needs of families with babies and children are increasing, yet backlogs of care and unmet needs in health visiting services have been overlooked in a ‘baby blind spot’ in national policy.

Primary Health Care. 33, 3, 9-9. doi: 10.7748/phc.33.3.9.s3

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