In the advice collection TALKING KINDLY 900 children and young people, aged 10-20, give advice on what public health nurses has to do and how they have to be in order for children and young people to talk with them about what’s most important, most painful or most difficult for the child or young person, so that they can give as helpful help as possible. The focus in the advice collection was the part on the public health nurse role that has to do with talking to children.

Part 1:
 What should a public health nurse be like, so that children can talk about what is important to them?

Part 2: What should a public health nurse do, to make it safe enough for children to go and talk with the public health nurse?

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