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Level 2 Part A - Recognition

Level 2 Part A - Recognition

Level 2 Part A - Recognition

Andrea Goddard
Andrea Goddard
on behalf of Health Education England

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$ 30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00
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Launch date: 21 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 06 Sep 2018

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This session will help clinical staff who have some degree of contact with children and young people and/or parents/carers to recognise signs and behaviours seen in children who are being maltreated. It is important to note that throughout the session, the terms 'child' and 'children' refer to anyone younger than 18 years old.

Staff requiring this training can include health care students, clinical laboratory staff, pharmacists, ambulance staff, dentists, dental care practitioners, audiologists, opticians, adult physicians, surgeons, anaesthetists, radiologists, nurses working in adult acute/community services (including practice nurses), allied health care practitioners and all other adult orientated secondary care health care professionals, including technicians.

Training at Level 2 will include the training required at Level 1.

These staff members are also required to do the sessions 'Level 2 Part B Response' and 'Level 2 Part C Recording'.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Identify child maltreatment in its different forms (physical, emotional and sexual abuse, and neglect) including its prevalence and impact
• Define common physical and behavioural signs of child maltreatment
• Identify factors in the child, parents, family and environment that can increase the risk of child maltreatment or neglect
• Recognise some of the barriers to the recognition of child abuse and neglect
• Demonstrate awareness of the PREVENT Strategy; preventing vulnerable young people from becoming involved in radicalisation
Andrea Goddard

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Andrea Goddard
on behalf of Health Education England

Dr Andrea Goddard is a consultant paediatrician at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington and clinical lead for child protection at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

She is also Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College, London and Designated Doctor for Child Protection for NHS Westminster and Lead Paediatrician for the three London Sexual Assault Referral Centres.

Her interest in social paediatrics and child maltreatment is complemented by an interest in adolescent health and child rights.

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

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