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'Referral advice' recommendation details

Recommendation details

Referral advice recommendation:At any stage during the process of considering maltreatment the level of concern may change and lead to exclude or suspect maltreatment. When hearing about or observing an alerting feature in the guidance look for other alerting features of maltreatment in: - the child or young person's history, - the presentation - the parent or carer interaction with the child or young person now or in the past. Then do one or more of the following: Discuss your concerns with a more experienced colleague, a community paediatrician, child and adolescent mental health service colleague, or a named or designated professional for safeguarding children.
Recommendation ID:366
Referral advice category:Time frame not specified

Source guidance details

Guidance ID:CG89
Issue date:July 2009
Paragraph number:0
Page number:11
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NICE Classifications

Topic:
  • Public health
  • Mental health and behavioural conditions
  • Injuries, accidents and wounds
Sub topic:
  • Paediatrics

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