Universal Health Visiting Pathway evaluation: phase 1 report - routine data analysis - implementation and delivery

The Universal Health Visiting Pathway was introduced in Scotland in 2015 to refocus the approach to health visiting in Scotland. This is the final report of four that provides findings about the implementation and delivery of the pathway as part of the national evaluation of Health Visiting.


(a) The revised logic model with desired outcomes is detailed in appendix 2 of the report - Phase 1 Report – Primary Research with Health Visitors and Parents and Case Note Review Universal Health Visiting Pathway evaluation - phase 1: main report - primary research with health visitors and parents and case note review - (www.gov.scot)

(b) The CHSP Pre-School system supports the delivery of the child health programme by facilitating the automated call and recall of children for the agreed schedule of child health reviews for pre-school children. Child health reviews incorporate assessment of children's health, development, and wider wellbeing alongside provision of health promotion advice and parenting support. The CHSP Pre-School system also allows consistent recording of the findings and outcomes of child health reviews. Child Health | Child Health Programme | Child Health Systems Programme Pre-School (CHSP Pre-School) | Health Topics | ISD Scotland


Email: justine.menzies@gov.scot

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