Nurses have a crucial role to play in dealing with child abuse. They need to have a clear understanding of the role of the nurse and its responsibilities and their relationship to their managers, other members of the team and the senior nurse responsible for child protection. Clarity and understanding of the role of the nurse and its responsibilities is essential in the complex area of child protection since joint working between professionals within the NHS and other agencies is an intrinsic part of protecting children. This book is a valuable guide for nurses, health visitors and midwives to enable them to help protect children from abuse.
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