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Campaigns

An organisation is only as strong as its members. The CPHVA’s approach is two pronged - to recruit and retain new members and to campaign vigorously on the issues that concern the membership in the new millennium. For further information on CPHVA campaigns contact:

For further information on the CPHVA campaigns, please contact:

Shaun Noble, Professional Communications Officer
Tel: 0207 780 4080

Related Information

NHS Health Informatics - One In Ten NHS Workers Now Training To Use Computers

Ernst & Young - Proposed reduction in mileage allowance will leave millions out of pocket - AMAPS Briefing Document

The National Literacy Trust Campaign - Talk to you baby - to encourage parents and carers to talk to babies from 0-3

Deals on Wheels launched in Spring 2000

Make IT Happen July 2001/May 2003

Bog Standard : launched in April 2003

Bullying in the NHS launched in July 2003

CPHVA Market Research Survey - 2003/2004

CPHVA Market Research Survey - Members give their views on the future - Market survey results

 

Deals on Wheels is aimed at getting a better deal for health visitors and community nurses when they use their cars on NHS Business

Ernst & Young - Proposed reduction in mileage allowance will leave millions out of pocket - AMAPS Briefing Document

Car Vandalism - Press Release

Deals on Wheels - Update - CPHVA Annual Conference Briefing Paper - October 2003

Deals on Wheels - Autumn 2002 - Briefing Update

November 2001 - CPHVA Welcomes ‘No Congestion Charges for Health Workers’

November 2001 - Transport for London acts to boost business and support community and health services

November 2001 - Briefing Paper Update - the story 18 months on

Sep 2000 - Deals on Wheels` campaign forges ahead: Survey on Health Visitor car use

Aug 2000 - Campaigning and Media Relations - Background briefing paper for the `Deals on Wheels` campaign

 

Make IT Happen is designed to ensure that community nurses don't lose out in the health informatics revolution when it comes to the provision of computers, access to the internet and directory services, as well as the necessary training.

Make IT Happen Campaign - Update, October 2003

Make IT Happen Campaign, May 2003 - Press Release

and Survey Results and Report

Make IT Happen Campaign, May 2003 - Northern Ireland - Press Release

Making IT Happen - a CPHVA and CPNA campaign (October 2002)

Making IT Happen - First Draft the ethos of the campaign is to push the IT for health visitors and community nurses to the top of NHS managers' agendas.

Making IT Happen - The Slow Road to and IT Nirvana - Article submitted by the CPHVA to 'INFORM'- NHSIA Newsletter

July 2001 - NHS IT Revolution 'Bypasses' Health Visitors – Survey

July 2001 - 'Make IT Happen' Campaign Launch, Prof. Dame June Clark

 

Bog Standard is an initiative by the CPHVA's school nurse members to raise awareness about the horrendous state of many school toilets and to campaign for a nationwide refurbishment programme.

ERIC - Bog Standard Campaign - School Children Win ‘More Than A Loo…

Bog Standard - Launch of the Bog Standard campaign in Northern Ireland

Bog Standard Campaign - Briefing

Letter to School Heads

Survey Questionnaire

CPHVA Press Release.

 

Bullying in the NHS highlights the epidemic that affects a surprisingly high number of staff on a daily basis and calls for Ombudsmen to sort out the most intractable cases. Campaigns can also take on a local dimension, such as the Aylesbury campaign in the spring and early summer of 2004 when use of the media showcased the attempt by the local primary care trust to cut the health visiting service by 20%.

CPHVA Press Release

Campaigns can also take a local dimension, such as the Aylesbury campaign in the spring and early summer of 2004 when use of the media showcased the attempt by the local primary care trust to cut the health visiting service 20%.

CPHVA Press Release

 

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