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March road safety seminar, developing a resource library and Child Safety Week 2014 | February 2014 Making the Link e-bulletin

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Road safety seminar - what matters and what works

A young girl wearing a seat beat in a car

Reducing the inequalities in child deaths and injuries on the roads

  • 11 March 2014, 10:00am-3:45pm
  • Ort House Conference Centre, London NW1 7NE
  • Delegate fee: £48

Child Safety Week 2014

Save the date, our flagship campaign, Child Safety Week is back for another year, running from Monday 23 to Sunday 29 June with the theme Safety Heroes battle Morning Mayhem.

Updated Public Health Outcomes Framework, 2012 Chief Medical Officer's report & topic briefings | December 2013 Making the Link

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Road safety, scalds and a call for child deaths database | November 2013 Making the Link e-bulletin

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Report calls for a national child death database

A study commissioned by the Department for Education (DfE) has recommended establishing a national database to collect, analyse and share Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP) data at a national level.

Department of Health launches Health Visitor Implementation Plan

The Department for Health (DH) has launched the Health Visitor Implementation Plan.

The plan aims to introduce 4,200 new health visitors to the profession by 2015 and stresses the strong link between children’s centres and health visitors in health improvement initiatives such as child accident prevention.

For those staff working in other areas such as maternity services, primary care and early years services, the increased numbers of health visitors are good opportunities to review and strengthen partnership working arrangements.

Rob Benington

Rob Benington – Injury Prevention Manager, NHS Bristol

Rob is the Injury Prevention Manager for NHS Bristol, and he is also the co-ordinator for Avonsafe – a safety partnership which has been running for 15 years.

Avonsafe is a partnership that encourages organisations to work together to help reduce accidental injury. It covers the old Avon area, with local groups co-ordinated by local injury prevention specialists.

Rob’s role, funded by the primary care trusts, is to:

Allen early intervention review published

The Allen review into early intervention has made a strong case for early intervention to continue to play a crucial part in children’s development.

Among his recommendations to retain 19 of the current early intervention programmes is that the proposed health and well-being boards create integrated early intervention approaches which share best practice.

Read the Allen review