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By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Learn more about these useful resources on our COVID-19 page. Do be advised that shipments may be delayed due to extra safety precautions implemented at our centres and delays with local shipping carriers. To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional. Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children. It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging. The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse. Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios. Building on this, the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation. With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource for qualified paediatricians and those in training, as well as professionals who have contact with children such as GPs, nurses, health visitors, social workers, midwives, teachers, lawyers, and community workers. She spent many years working in orphanages in Romania. She retrained as a doctor at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2002.

She is a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She has been a consultant at the North Middlesex University Hospital since 2013 and is the named doctor for child protection and the lead for paediatric emergency medicine. In addition to her paediatric workload she is a senior lecturer at University College London. As part of her remit she led for Child Protection Training in the trust and has been the most experienced trainer in London for the Child Protection Recognition and Response course running many courses to date and training many faculty. She has developed safeguarding training for undergraduates and has led on improving work based placed assessments particularly in the area of child protection training at a national level. Besides her NHS role as a paediatrician she holds three other paid educational roles; She is a training programme director for paediatrics (North East, North Central London), the site sub-dean for UCL Medical School at the Whittington Campus and honorary senior lecturer at the UCL Institute of Child Health as co-director of the iBSc in Paediatrics and Child Health. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Please try again.Please try again.Please try again. A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional. Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children. It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging.

The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse. Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios, from which the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation. With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. She spent many years working in orphanages in Romania. She retrained as a doctor at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2002. She is a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She has been a consultant at the North Middlesex University Hospital since 2013 and is the named doctor for child protection and the lead for paediatric emergency medicine. In addition to her paediatric workload she is a senior lecturer at University College London. Dr Caroline Fertleman has been a consultant Paediatrician at The Whittington Hospital since 2005. As part of her remit she led for Child Protection Training in the trust and has been the most experienced trainer in London for the Child Protection Recognition and Response course running many courses to date and training many faculty. She has developed safeguarding training for undergraduates and has led on improving work based placed assessments particularly in the area of child protection training at a national level.

Besides her NHS role as a paediatrician she holds three other paid educational roles; She is a training programme director for paediatrics (North East, North Central London), the site sub-dean for UCL Medical School at the Whittington Campus and honorary senior lecturer at the UCL Institute of Child Health as co-director of the iBSc in Paediatrics and Child Health. Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. Videos Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video. Upload video To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Approved third parties also use these tools in connection with our display of ads. Sorry, there was a problem saving your cookie preferences. Try again. Accept Cookies Customise Cookies Used: Very GoodPlease try again.Feb 13 - March 1A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional. Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children. It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging. The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse. Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios. Building on this, the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation.

With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource for qualified paediatricians and those in training, as well as professionals who have contact with children such as GPs, nurses, health visitors, social workers, midwives, teachers, lawyers, and community workers. Create a free account Buy this product and stream 90 days of Amazon Music Unlimited for free. E-mail after purchase. Conditions apply. Learn more Representative 21.9% APR (variable). Credit offered by NewDay Ltd, over 18s only, subject to status. Terms apply.Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App. She spent many years working in orphanages in Romania. She retrained as a doctor at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2002. She is a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She has been a consultant at the North Middlesex University Hospital since 2013 and is the named doctor for child protection and the lead for paediatric emergency medicine. In addition to her paediatric workload she is a senior lecturer at University College London. Dr Caroline Fertleman has been a consultant Paediatrician at The Whittington Hospital since 2005. As part of her remit she led for Child Protection Training in the trust and has been the most experienced trainer in London for the Child Protection Recognition and Response course running many courses to date and training many faculty. She has developed safeguarding training for undergraduates and has led on improving work based placed assessments particularly in the area of child protection training at a national level.

Besides her NHS role as a paediatrician she holds three other paid educational roles; She is a training programme director for paediatrics (North East, North Central London), the site sub-dean for UCL Medical School at the Whittington Campus and honorary senior lecturer at the UCL Institute of Child Health as co-director of the iBSc in Paediatrics and Child Health.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Nicki Vass 3.0 out of 5 stars. Approved third parties also use these tools in connection with our display of ads. Sorry, there was a problem saving your cookie preferences. Try again. Accept Cookies Customise Cookies Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Learn more Buying and sending Kindle Books to others Select quantity Choose delivery method and buy Kindle Books Recipients can read on any device These Kindle Books can only be redeemed by recipients in your country. Redemption links and Kindle Books cannot be resold. Please try again.A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional. Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children. It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging. The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse.

Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios. Building on this, the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation. With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource for qualified paediatricians and those in training, as well as professionals who have contact with children such as GPs, nurses, health visitors, social workers, midwives, teachers, lawyers, and community workers. Create a free account She spent many years working in orphanages in Romania. She retrained as a doctor at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2002. She is a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She has been a consultant at the North Middlesex University Hospital since 2013 and is the named doctor for child protection and the lead for paediatric emergency medicine. In addition to her paediatric workload she is a senior lecturer at University College London. Dr Caroline Fertleman has been a consultant Paediatrician at The Whittington Hospital since 2005. As part of her remit she led for Child Protection Training in the trust and has been the most experienced trainer in London for the Child Protection Recognition and Response course running many courses to date and training many faculty. She has developed safeguarding training for undergraduates and has led on improving work based placed assessments particularly in the area of child protection training at a national level.

Besides her NHS role as a paediatrician she holds three other paid educational roles; She is a training programme director for paediatrics (North East, North Central London), the site sub-dean for UCL Medical School at the Whittington Campus and honorary senior lecturer at the UCL Institute of Child Health as co-director of the iBSc in Paediatrics and Child Health.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Nicki Vass 3.0 out of 5 stars. By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Find out more This book equips health professionals working with children with the knowledge to recognize at-risk children or those already suffering abuse. Child protection work is challenging both emotionally and strategically, and so practical advice on how to navigate the multidisciplinary processes involved is provided using many challenging cases and exercises. The realistic fictional cases aim to immerse readers in the scenario and challenge them on how to take action to safeguard the children involved. Real cases in which children suffered actual harm are also presented, and readers are taken through the learning points, recommendations, and subsequent changes in legislation. New challenges in child protection from trafficking, child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalization, and internet bullying and abuse are defined, and abuse resulting from cultural practices such as female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour-based violence, and forced marriage is also covered. Advice is provided for those undertaking work in low-resource settings with non-government organizations and charities.

Practical advice is offered on accurate documentation, writing police and court reports, talking to parents, and answering frequently asked questions. New gender-specific anatomically positioned body maps of infants, toddlers, young children, and teenagers are included to help improve medical record-keeping. The complicated safeguarding process is broken down into palatable and stimulating chunks that can be read in a few sittings or just dipped into for advice. Readers must therefore always check the product information and clinical procedures with the most up to date published product information and data sheets provided by the manufacturers and the most recent codes of conduct and safety regulations. The authors and the publishers do not accept responsibility or legal liability for any errors in the text or for the misuse or misapplication of material in this work. Except where otherwise stated, drug dosages and recommendations are for the non-pregnant adult who is not breastfeeding. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content. If you have purchased a print title that contains an access token, please see the token for information about how to register your code. For questions on access or troubleshooting, please check our FAQs, and if you can't find the answer there, please contact us. How did we get here.

Philippa Prentice 2 Child protection and the law Gayle Hann 3 The consequences of child maltreatment and the public health perspective Benita Morrissey 4 Challenges to professionals working in child protection Kerry Robinson and Maryam Hyrapetian 5 Definitions and types of abuse Laura Haynes and Gayle Hann 6 Physical abuse Hannah Jacob 7 Sexual abuse Nirit Braha 8 Emotional abuse Charlotte Holland 9 Neglect Eleanor Beagley and Gayle Hann 10 Other types of abuse Katherine Taylor and Gayle Hann 11 New challenges in child protection David James and Sophie Khadr 12 Child maltreatment and cultural competence Christopher Hands 13 Child protection in primary care Bryony Alderman 14 Acute presentations: child protection in the Emergency Department Jacqueline Le Geyt and Gayle Hann 15 Child protection medicals: assessing children in whom there are concerns about child maltreatment Katherine Fawbert 16 The safeguarding process: putting the jigsaw together Ellie Day and Chloe Macaulay 17 Medical record keeping Gayle Hann 18 Communicating concerns to parents Ellie Day 19 Appearing in court Karen Aucott 20 Child protection training Arabella Simpkin and Gayle Hann 21 Child protection: when things go wrong—serious case reviews Eleanor Perera 22 Child protection in low-resource settings Christopher Hands Under the terms of the licence agreement, an individual user may print out a PDF of a single chapter of a title in Oxford Medicine Online for personal use (for details see Privacy Policy and Legal Notice ). Approved third parties also use these tools in connection with our display of ads. Sorry, there was a problem saving your cookie preferences. Try again. Accept Cookies Customise Cookies Depending on your delivery address, VAT may vary at Checkout. For other items, please see details. Please try again.Feb 12 - March 1A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional.

Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children. It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging. The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse. Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios, from which the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation. With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource. Hier kaufen, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App. She spent many years working in orphanages in Romania. She retrained as a doctor at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2002. She is a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She has been a consultant at the North Middlesex University Hospital since 2013 and is the named doctor for child protection and the lead for paediatric emergency medicine. In addition to her paediatric workload she is a senior lecturer at University College London. Dr Caroline Fertleman has been a consultant Paediatrician at The Whittington Hospital since 2005. As part of her remit she led for Child Protection Training in the trust and has been the most experienced trainer in London for the Child Protection Recognition and Response course running many courses to date and training many faculty.

She has developed safeguarding training for undergraduates and has led on improving work based placed assessments particularly in the area of child protection training at a national level. Besides her NHS role as a paediatrician she holds three other paid educational roles; She is a training programme director for paediatrics (North East, North Central London), the site sub-dean for UCL Medical School at the Whittington Campus and honorary senior lecturer at the UCL Institute of Child Health as co-director of the iBSc in Paediatrics and Child Health. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness. A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional. Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children.It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging. The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse. Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinaryprocesses. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios. Building on this, the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation.

With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource for qualified paediatricians and those in training, as well as professionals who have contact with children such as GPs, nurses, health visitors, social workers, midwives, teachers, lawyers, and communityworkers. It's not the same as Adobe Reader, which you probably already have on your computer.) See details. Use our troubleshooter to find the solution. Please try again.A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional. Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children. It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging. The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse. Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios. Building on this, the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation.

With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource for qualified paediatricians and those in training, as well as professionals who have contact with children such as GPs, nurses, health visitors, social workers, midwives, teachers, lawyers, and community workers. She spent many years working in orphanages in Romania. She retrained as a doctor at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2002. She is a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She has been a consultant at the North Middlesex University Hospital since 2013 and is the named doctor for child protection and the lead for paediatric emergency medicine. In addition to her paediatric workload she is a senior lecturer at University College London. Dr Caroline Fertleman has been a consultant Paediatrician at The Whittington Hospital since 2005. As part of her remit she led for Child Protection Training in the trust and has been the most experienced trainer in London for the Child Protection Recognition and Response course running many courses to date and training many faculty. She has developed safeguarding training for undergraduates and has led on improving work based placed assessments particularly in the area of child protection training at a national level. Besides her NHS role as a paediatrician she holds three other paid educational roles; She is a training programme director for paediatrics (North East, North Central London), the site sub-dean for UCL Medical School at the Whittington Campus and honorary senior lecturer at the UCL Institute of Child Health as co-director of the iBSc in Paediatrics and Child Health.Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Please try again.Please try again.A number of these deaths are later deemed preventable because the child involved was known to either social services or to a health professional. Cases such as those of Baby P and Victoria Climbie highlighted the failings of these organisations, ones set up to safeguard children. It is the responsibility of every health professional worldwide to identify and respond to child abuse and yet that very responsibility is both emotionally and strategically challenging. The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and the knowledge of how to work with a child already suffering abuse. Practical advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios. Building on this, the authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation. With new definitions in child protection ranging from child sexual exploitation, gang violence, radicalisation and internet bullying through to female genital mutilation, witchcraft and spirit possession, honour based violence and forced marriage, this book will be a valuable resource for qualified paediatricians and those in training, as well as professionals who have contact with children such as GPs, nurses, health visitors, social workers, midwives, teachers, lawyers, and community workers. She spent many years working in orphanages in Romania.