Looked after children
10 October 2018
This two-day event, and accompanying pre-course eLearning, covers the key concepts relevant to the target audience, named and designated paediatricians, in line with the competencies set out in the Intercollegiate Document. It provides a learning environment conducive to the sharing of good practice...
Our webinar series talks the viewer through the chapters of the 2015 publication.
We support healthcare organisations, commissioners and clinical teams to resolve concerns about paediatric service provision, safety, training, compliance with standards, and proposals for paediatric reconfiguration or service design. Our service is confidential, established and influential, and tai...
Around 10,000 children and young people a year in the UK come into contact with secure settings. They are some of the most vulnerable, often suffering poor physical and mental health. These standards help healthcare professionals, commissioners, service providers, regulators, managers and governors ...
This term typically denotes children cared for by Government, though exact definitions vary between the four nations. More than 93,000 children in the UK are in care, 70,000 in England. Most are taken into care over fears of abuse or neglect. They are vulnerable to health inequalities, and exhibit s...
This is an intercollegiate competency framework for all groups, ranging from non-clinical staff to experts. It provides information on education and training, and role descriptions for named and designated professionals.
This game enables a young person to pick the cards that best represent how they are feeling, prompt them to discuss the topic and find out more information.
As child health professionals, child protection plays a role in everything we do. It is about protecting individual children identified as suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm as a result of abuse or neglect.