A practical look at the issues of child protection of relevance to the midwife.
Foreword- Paul Howard retired Detective Inspector Norfolk Constabulary
Chapter 1- Becoming a family: mothers, babies and fathers
Chapter 2- Supporting parents and parenting
Chapter 3- When to trigger child protection procedures and what happens following a referral
Chapter 4- The child protection conference
Chapter 5- The child protection register
Chapter 6- Serious case reviews
Chapter 7- Roles and responsibilities of different agencies
Chapter 8- The legislative framework
Finally - The rights of children as laid down by the UN Convention
Appendices- Useful Contacts
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- © Books for Midwives 2003
- 14th October 2003
- Books for Midwives
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Formerly a community midwife and a midwifery sister in an acute maternity unit, until 1995 she worked as an independent midwife and recently facilitated the setting up on an NHS integrated midwifery team. She has spent 10 years working on a local child protection team and regularly has articles published about child protection in the nursing and midwifery journals.
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