Multi-professional training in child health and wellbeing
The Healthy Child Programme is a high-quality learning resource for healthcare practitioners who care for young children under the age of five. It is ideally suited to health visitors, nurses, midwives, general practitioners, paediatricians, obstetricians, dieticians and speech/language therapists.
A comprehensive course for health visitors, doctors and nurses
The programme covers a wide range of topics, including health promotion, common health issues, positive parenting, development and behaviour, language and safeguarding. The learning content is highly engaging, with animations, videos, case studies and questions to help stimulate reflective thinking and support your learning. There are also links to further recommended reading resources.
Convenient, easy access
Developed in the UK, the programme has been written by a team of authors and editors drawn from across the healthcare professions. Accessible online, the course material can be used in conjunction with the other programmes in the Healthy Child 0-18 Series: the Healthy School Child Programme (5 to 12 years) and the Adolescent Health Programme (13 to 18 years).
Watch the short course film
Free trial sessions
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|Single-user access for 12 months||£75*|
*excluding VAT where applicable
To purchase a licence, please click on the Register button below. Multiple or multi-year licences are available. Please contact us for further details.
Buy the full Healthy Child series at a discounted rate
The full suite of Healthy Child e-learning programmes (including Healthy Child, Healthy School Child and Adolescent Health) can be purchased at a discounted rate of £150 (+VAT). This represents a significant saving on the cost of buying the programmes individually.
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Access for NHS staff
If you work for the NHS and have an NHS email address, please register for the programme via: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Register