"Getting it right for every child’’ initiative: training needs of midwives, public health nurses and neonatal nurses in NHS Lanarkshire

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Abstract

The Best Possible Start (BPS) programme in NHS Lanarkshire is about giving the best possible care for pregnant women, families and children (0-8 years). National policy drivers define the necessary knowledge, skills and core competencies with the principles within the initiative ‘Getting it Right for Every Child’ (GIRFEC) providing the foundation for all practice.

The workforce need appropriate training to facilitate and prepare them to be highly skilled and well trained to effectively implement the BPS programme across Lanarkshire. This TNA was conducted with Public Health Nurses, Midwives and Neonatal Nurses to identify gaps in knowledge, skills and learning related to the GIRFEC competencies and multidisciplinary working.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 17 May 2013
EventLaunch of Doctoral Midwifery Research Society in Scotland - University of the West of Scotland, Ayr, United Kingdom
Duration: 17 May 2013 → …

Conference

ConferenceLaunch of Doctoral Midwifery Research Society in Scotland
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityAyr
Period17/05/13 → …

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Midwifery
Nurse Midwives
Pregnant Women
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Neonatal Nurses

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Rankin, J. (2013). "Getting it right for every child’’ initiative: training needs of midwives, public health nurses and neonatal nurses in NHS Lanarkshire. Poster session presented at Launch of Doctoral Midwifery Research Society in Scotland, Ayr, United Kingdom.
Rankin, Jeanie. / "Getting it right for every child’’ initiative : training needs of midwives, public health nurses and neonatal nurses in NHS Lanarkshire. Poster session presented at Launch of Doctoral Midwifery Research Society in Scotland, Ayr, United Kingdom.
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