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NICE has today (28 March) published a summary for healthcare professionals bringing together all its recommendations and other safety advice on the drug valproate.
Children and young people can be offered digital cognitive behavioural therapy (digital CBT, also known as computer CBT) as a first-line treatment for mild depression.
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Professor May-Chahal explains how NICE guidance will help protect children and young people from abuse.
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Child abuse: communication is key
In this podcast:
Corinne May-Chahal, professor of applied science and chair of NICE guideline explains the crucial principles that need to be considered when responding to child abuse. What do young people think about this? Emma Harewood describes how we can recognise abuse and neglect and how we are moving forward in the field.