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Safeguarding Looked after Children: Responsiveness and Well-Being. Have you booked Yet?

Date: 13th September 2017- London

This one-day level 3, 4 and 5 (Looked after Children knowledge and Skills competences of healthcare staff – Intercollegiate competences March 2015) conference is directed at all professionals whose work brings them into contact with looked after children. It aims to help update and refresh the knowledge, skills and competences of health care staff and professionals.

Healthcare professionals have an important role to play in enabling Looked after Children to overcome disadvantages and reach their full potential.Looked after Children: Knowledge, skills and competences of healthcare staff: March 2015

The conference will cover:

▪ The Mental Health of Looked after Children: Putting up to date research into practice
▪ The Rights of Looked after Children: Care and Pathway Planning, Dispute Resolution and Education – How it should work (includes case scenarios)
▪ Triennial Analysis of Serious Case Reviews on Looked after Children: Messages for Clinicians
▪ Health and Social Care Act: Implications for Clinicians
▪ The Health and Wellbeing of Youth Offenders: Services for Looked after Children
▪ Nursing Looked after Children in a Social Work Context
▪ Screening Looked after Children for Mental Health problems: Are we getting it right?
▪ Medico – Legal Aspects of Adoption, Fostering and Care of Looked after Children
▪ Impact of Health and Lifestyle issues of Primary Carers on Children and Young people

▪The Mental Health of Looked after Children: Putting up to date research into practice

▪The rights of Looked after Children: Care and Pathway Planning, Dispute Resolution and Education – How it should work (includes case scenarios)

▪ Triennial Analysis of Serious Case Reviews on Looked after Children: Messages for Clinicians

▪Health and Social Care Act: Implications for Clinicians

▪The Health and Wellbeing of Youth Offenders: Services for Looked after Children

▪ Nursing Looked after Children in a Social Work Context

▪ Screening Looked after Children for Mental Health problems: Are we getting it right?

▪ Medico – Legal Aspects of Adoption, Fostering and Care of Looked after Children

▪Impact of Health and Lifestyle issues of Primary Carers on Children and Young people

Who should attend 

NSPCC
NHS South London
Met Police
NHS Croydon Health Services
NHS Croydon Clinical
Safer London