Specialist Health Visitor provide support for parents and children under five where the family has additional support needs, some specialist health visitors have particular expertise in safeguarding and child protection.
Nurse Consultants are senior nurses, with considerable experience, autonomy and clinical expertise. They typically have a wide, strategic portfolio, including, but not limited to, elements such as the evaluation of healthcare delivery systems, professional leadership and the provision of training, while continuing to work directly with patients.
Specialist Midwives provide expert midwifery care to groups of women with additional support needs, for example women with diabetes, younger women, those with mental health issues, or substance abuse issues.
Diabetes Nurse Specialists provide information, advice and support to those individuals with diabetes, helping them to understand their condition, promoting and encouraging good self management.
Sexual Health Nurses provide information, advice and counselling to individuals with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) playing a key role in helping people understand and manage their condition. They also have a vital role in prevention, raising awareness and helping people minimise the risk of transmission.
Dementia Nurse Specialists support individuals with dementia, their families and their carers to maintain their quality of life.
Cardiac Nurse Specialists provide support, advice and information to those individuals with cardiac issues such as heart failure, helping them monitor and manage their conditions.
Parish Nurses work within churches, supporting people and communities towards whole person healthcare.
Infection Prevention Nurses help prevent the spread of infectious agents, such as bacteria and viruses
Infant Feeding Nurses provide breastfeeding support to new mothers, along with promoting culture change within the community to encourage breastfeeding.