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What we do

Due to the implications and learnings from COVID19, SAPHNA are currently able to consider delivering training through virtual methods rather than face-to-face. Do contact us to discuss your needs further.

We work with a host of partners who share the same vision of enhancing the profession through professional growth and development, therefore, improving the health and well-being of children and young people.

Any activity that SAPHNA become active in, is underpinned by our mission statement and must comply with our ethical policy, charitable status not-for-profit declaration and the Nursing and Midwifery Council code of conduct. We are non-union affiliated and fully independent.

We welcome the opportunity to work with partners across a range of subject areas; both from commercial and non-commercial organisations. Our track record thus far bares testimony to the quality standards that we demand and apply throughout our work.

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