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Scottish Executive, Edinburgh 2005
ISBN 0 7559 4553 0
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Ministerial ForewordIntroduction Aims of the guidance Who is the guidance for? What does Hall 4 say? Key principles Achieving change Resources Accountability and monitoring Policy Context Public health nursing Integrated children's services planning Integrated Assessment Framework Improving support systems for children in need Community Health Partnerships Participation and involvement Health Promotion Early years School years Nutrition and physical activity Oral health Unintentional injury Mental health and wellbeing Sexual health Smoking Drugs and alcohol Screening and Detecting Problems Formal screening Hearing screening Vision screening Screening for postnatal depression Screening for obesity Developmental disorders and disabilities Surveillance - Early Years The core universal programme of contacts Surveillance contact at 7-9 months and 39-42 months Contact at 24 months Detecting developmental problems Responding to concerns Surveillance - School-Age Children & Young People The core programme of contacts Identifying problems and providing support School nursing Transition Independent schools Children outwith school Identifying Need and Targeting Support Assessing need for additional or intensive support Protecting children and young people Domestic abuse Substance misuse Support for children, young people and their families Service design and planning Information collection and sharing Child health information systems Information collection Information sharing Information for families Annex 1: The Universal Core Programme for Child Health Screening and SurveillanceAnnex 2: Health for All Children, Fourth Edition, Executive SummaryAnnex 3: Child Health Support Group Hall 4 Reference GroupAnnex 4: Hall 4 Action Template
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