Virtual ceremony sees a project from Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership Trust voted winning submission
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The Shared Learning Awards recognise the brilliant work being done to put NICE guidance and standards into practice in a range of organisations, including the NHS, local authorities, and the voluntary sector. The following work has been shortlisted for the NICE Shared Learning Awards 2020 and represents one of our three finalists.
Professor May-Chahal explains how NICE guidance will help protect children and young people from abuse.
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