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Child sexual exploitation: a guide for health practitioners

Published: 31 Mar 2017

Guidelines for health practitioners on identifying and responding to a child or young person who may be at risk of or affected by sexual exploitation.

18 page PDF

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18 page PDF

676.2kB

Contents
Child sexual exploitation: a guide for health practitioners
Appendix 2: References

18 page PDF

676.2kB

Appendix 2: References

Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (2014) Child Sexual Exploitation: Improving recognition and response in health settings. http://www.aomrc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Child_Sexual_Exploitation_0914.pdf

Allnock, D. and Miller, P. (2013) No one noticed, no one herd: A study of disclosures of childhood abuse. NSPCC. https://www.nspcc.org.uk/globalassets/documents/research-reports/no-one-noticed-no-one-heard-report.pdf

Dagon, D. and Wray, N. (2014) Guidance on Child Sexual Exploitation: A practitioners' resource pack. Barnardo's, in partnership with the West of Scotland Child Protection Consortium.

Department of Health/Brook e-learning: Combating CSE. https://www.brook.org.uk/our-work/cse-e-learning-tool

Rogstad, K. and Johnston, G. (2014) Spotting the signs. A national proforma for identifying risk of child sexual exploitation in sexual health services. BASHH/Brook. http://www.bashh.org/documents/Spotting-the-signs-CSE-%20a%20national%20proforma%20April%202014%20online.pdf

Scottish Government (2014) The National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland. http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0045/00450733.pdf

Scottish Government (2016) Child Sexual Exploitation: Definition and Practitioner Briefing Paper http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0050/00508563.pdf


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