For more than 20 years the Journal of Family Healthcare, a prestigious
bi-monthly peer-reviewed journal, has been providing the latest research
and up-to-date information on a huge range of topics concerning the
health and well-being of infants and young children. This book
brings together a selection of articles from the journal’s recent
archives for the first time, to provide a comprehensive, informative and
convenient reference tool for community health professionals, including
health visitors and their teams, midwives, school nurses, practice
nurses, dietitians, practice teachers, tutors and students, as well as
community paediatric nurses.
It deals with food and food-related problems, and comes with an
accompanying CD-rom that supplies a number of printable factsheets on
the subjects covered, which can be left with parents, schools or anyone
else affected by the issues covered, enabling community health
professionals to easily provide re-assurance and advice.
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Community health professionals, including health visitors and their teams, midwives, school nurses, practice nurses, dietitians, practice teachers, tutors and students, as well as community paediatric nurses.
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media
Publication: 01 November 2012
Content: A picture of health: how to improve children’s diets; The power of vitamins; School food and the role of the school nurse; First tastes; Diabetes in children: adjusting to normal life as a diabetic; Dying to be thin; Go with the flow in childhood constipation