The Child Protection Practice Manual: Training practitioners how to safeguard children

Editat de Gayle Hann, Caroline Fertleman
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This book equips professionals with the ability to recognise a child at risk and to work with a child already suffering. Advice is offered on how to navigate the multi-disciplinary processes. Fictional case studies and exercises immerse the reader in scenarios. The authors lead readers through learning points, recommendations, and legislation.

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ISBN-13: 9780198707707
ISBN-10: 0198707703
Pagini: 312
Dimensiuni: 138 x 196 x 19 mm
Greutate: 0.36 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Dr Gayle Hann worked as a research psychologist for Cornwall Alcohol and Drugs Agency after graduating from the University of Plymouth. 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 protectiontraining 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 atthe UCL Institute of Child Health as co-director of the iBSc in Paediatrics and Child Health.