Family health features from JFH
JFHC Professional 2015 : A Magic Breakfast Case Study
Watch highlights of Carmel McConnell's seminar from the first JFHC Professional event of 2015 on the secret to effective partnership working. The founder of Magic Breakfast explored how a strong network of corporate partners, individuals and schools helps Magic Breakfast give over 8,500 children the best start to the day.
JFHC Professional 2015: Understanding self-harm and providing meaningful support
Watch highlights of Dr Pooky Knightsmith's seminar from the first JFHC Professional event of 2015 on when and why people are most at risk of self-harm. The author of Child & Adolescent Mental Health, In Our Hands explored the reasons underlying this cycle of harmful behaviours as well as a range of strategies for supporting both short and longer term recovery whether this is through direct involvement or via an appropriate referral.
Is the NHS safe in their hands?
Not to be sneezed at
Not just a spring fever...
Following allergy awareness week we have released this article on hay fever and the advance treatments which are recommended by experts Professor Jean Emberlin, Janette Bartle and Celia Bryant to reduce the severity of hay fever symptoms in children, as well as lessening their risk of developing asthma.
JFHC Professional 2015: Antonia Bance - Keeping families safe from domestic abuse
JFHC Professional 2015: Christine Tame - Child safety in the home
JFHC Professional 2015: Judy More - Diet and health outcomes
JFHC Professional 2015: Dr Maria Iacovou - Breastfeeding and mental well being
JFHC Professional 2015: Karen Jewell - Obesity in Pregnancy
Watch highlights of Karen Jewell's seminar on 'Obesity in Pregnancy' from the first JFHC Professional event of 2015 below. The Consultant Midwife discussed the problems of obesity for maternity services and how midwives can promote health when women are often motivated to change, impacting on future generations.