The Child in Mind: A Child Protection Handbook

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Index

a
Abdominal injury
investigation of 99
physical abuse and 35
Agencies
collaboration and co-operation among 20
Anti-discriminatory practice 21
Area Child Protection Committee (ACPC)
case reviews and 22
local procedures and 22
purpose of 22
representation on 14 , 21
Assessment
children in need and 14 , 28
core assessment 77
Framework for 14 , 28 -9, 77 , 86 - 92
harm and 27 -8
initial assessment 70
paediatric assessment 17 - 18 , 93 - 101
risk assessment 23 -6, 75
Assessment framework
assessing harm and 28 -9
children in need and 14
core assessment and 77
dimensions of child's developmental needs 87 -8
dimensions of parenting capacity 89 - 90
family and environmental factors 91 -2
Working Together to Safeguard Children and 14
Attachment
disorders of 57 , 60

b
Bony injury
investigation of 99
Brain, eye or other internal injury
physical abuse and 35 , 39 , 101
Bruises
investigation of 100
physical abuse and 32 , 35 , 36
Burns and scalds
physical abuse and 33 , 36 -7

c
Caldicott standards 80
Case conference see Child protection conference
Case reviews 22
Chapter 8 review see Case reviews
Child
developmental needs of 87 -8
vulnerability and 25
wishes and feelings, taking account of 14
Child abuse
disability and 64 -7
domestic violence and 25 , 30 , 56
emotional see Emotional abuse
health workers' role in 15 - 17
neglect see Neglect
physical abuse see Physical abuse
predisposing factors 24 -6
risk assessment of 27 -8
sexual see Sexual abuse
significant harm and 27 -8
Child protection conference 70 -7
attendance at 71
child protection plan and 69 , 72
child protection register and 75 -7
confidentality, and 72
core assessment and 77
core groups and 77
enquiry and initial assessment 70
purpose of 70 -2
reports, preparation of 73 -5
role of health professionals at 7
types of 72
Child protection enquiry 16 - 17 , 26 , 70
Child protection plan 69 , 72
Child protection referral see Referral

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Foreword 8
  • Acknowledgements 10
  • Introduction 11
  • 1 - Safeguarding Children 13
  • 2 - Partnership, Collaboration and Co-Operation 19
  • 3 - Risk Assessment 23
  • 4 - Recognition of Child Maltreatment 27
  • 5 - Physical Abuse 30
  • 6 - Sexual Abuse 42
  • 7 - Neglect 51
  • 8 - Emotional Abuse 55
  • 9 - Failure to Thrive 59
  • 10 - Abuse of Children with Disabilities 64
  • 11 - Non-Compliance 68
  • 12 - The Child Protection Conference 70
  • 13 - Records 78
  • 14 - The Legal Framework 81
  • Appendix 1 86
  • Appendix 2 93
  • Suggested Reading 102
  • Index 105
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