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Fantastic Twos - Common Behavioural and Emotional Problems Part 2: In Practice

Fantastic Twos - Common Behavioural and Emotional Problems Part 2: In Practice

Fantastic Twos - Common Behavioural and Emotional Problems Part 2: In Practice

Doreen Crawford  Senior Lecturer, De Montfort University, Leicester
Doreen Crawford Senior Lecturer, De Montfort University, Leicester
on behalf of Health Education England

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This session considers the problems that can result from poor mental health in pre-school children and the different strategies that can be used to prevent or manage them. However, this information will not enable healthcare professionals to deal with all the difficulties they may encounter without expert help and support.

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By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Identify the main mental health disorders experienced by children
• List the different causes of psycho-social problems in pre-school children
• Outline the principal strategies for preventing and managing behaviour and emotional problems
• Advise parents and carers on how to ensure the child’s healthy emotional development
Doreen Crawford  Senior Lecturer, De Montfort University, Leicester

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Doreen Crawford Senior Lecturer, De Montfort University, Leicester
on behalf of Health Education England

Doreen first qualified as an SRN in 1981. She then qualified as an RSCN in 1986 before going on to specialise in neonatal intensive care at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. She is currently the consultant editor of Paediatric Nursing and a doctoral student researching family experiences in the NICU.

She has made several contributions to peer reviewed journals and her first textbook, ‘Neonatal Nursing’, was published in 1994. She is the joint editor of ‘An Introduction to Neonatal Nursing Care’ (2002) as well as ‘Nursing the Highly Dependent Child or Infant: A Manual of Care’ (2008).

An RCN committee member of the Neonatal and Paediatric Intensive Care Forum (part of the Children and Young Peoples Community), Doreen feels privileged to have been a partner in supporting the care of sick infants, children and their families over several decades.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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