New executive members join SAPHNA

February 2012
British Journal of School Nursing;Feb2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p47
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The article presents the processionals who joined the executive committee of the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA) in January 2012. The profile of school nursing was raised by Veronica Hetherington in North East England. It adds that the health visitors and school nurses are led by Jill Beswick in Stockport, England. Moreover, the areas of children's public health are led by Penny Greenwood to deliver health gain and to support the development of service specifications.


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