Health visitors must stay on the front line for families
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Health visitors must stay on the front line for families

Cheryll Adams Executive director, Institute of Health Visiting

The pandemic has highlighted that a quality assurance process and workforce plan is vital for the future of health visiting

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us many things and confirmed others, including that health visitors have their own front line. Due to the pandemic, the service has been largely removed from providing face-to-face contacts and significantly reduced by the redeployment of health visitors.

Primary Health Care. 30, 6, 11-11. doi: 10.7748/phc.30.6.11.s5

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