Serious Case Review Learning: CSE and Incontinence Practice Forum 12/09/17

The Autumn Serious Case Review, which was published by BSCB in December 2016, highlights the need for practitioners and their managers to have an understanding of incontinence and neglect of medical needs in the context of sexual exploitation.

The Autumn Serious Case Review, which was published by BSCB in December 2016, highlights the need for practitioners and their managers to have an understanding of incontinence and neglect of medical needs in the context of sexual exploitation.

This session which will be delivered by Dr Ruth Skelton, Designated Doctor who will explore the issues through a case scenario and provide participants with the opportunity to develop their understanding as part of the learning from a local serious case review.

Being held:       

                   Tuesday 12th September 2017

                   9.30am – 12.00pm (registration from 9am)

                   Sovereign Lecture Theatre, Bradford Royal Infirmary

Bookings

To book a place please e-mail BSCBTraining@bradford.gov.uk with your details.

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Information

Published: 20/07/2017
Audience: Head teachers, Deputy Heads, Named Persons/DSL, Parental Involvement Officers and anyone responsible
Contact: Rachael Hammond

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