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Child maltreatment

Child maltreatment

Child maltreatment

Julie Taylor and Caroline Bradbury-Jones
Julie Taylor and Caroline Bradbury-Jones
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 26 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 21 Jul 2020

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Olusola Ajisafe (21 Jul 2020)
educative
Ivy Adzo Kokobi (19 Jul 2020)
it was educative
ESYLINE WALUBENGO (19 Jul 2020)
Insightful

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Description

Every nurse has a responsibility for protecting children, even nurses who do not work directly with children. However, nurses may be reluctant to deal with child maltreatment issues because they do not want to get things wrong or make a situation worse. The aim of this learning module is to assist nurses in their child protection role. It describes the different types of child maltreatment, the risk factors and potential consequences. The nurse's role in recognising and responding to suspected child maltreatment is discussed.

Objectives

After reading this module you should be able to:
Describe the different types of child maltreatment.
Identify the risk factors for maltreatment.
List the effects that maltreatment may have on a child.
Describe the nurse’s role in recognising and responding to suspected child maltreatment.
Julie Taylor and Caroline Bradbury-Jones

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Julie Taylor and Caroline Bradbury-Jones
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Julie Taylor, NSPCC chair in child protection, Child Protection Research Centre, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Caroline Bradbury-Jones, Staff nurse, Forest Centre, St Mary’s Hospital, Kettering, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Rushden, England.

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User Reviews (60)

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Olusola Ajisafe (21 Jul 2020)
educative
Ivy Adzo Kokobi (19 Jul 2020)
it was educative
ESYLINE WALUBENGO (19 Jul 2020)
Insightful
Irfan Ali Chandio (19 Jul 2020)
good
Chukwudi Chidinma (17 Jul 2020)
very Good
THOMAS KWIZERA (15 Jul 2020)
I found it great to know more about child maltreatment
JULIANA CHINYERE OKONKWO (15 Jul 2020)
very helpful
Jumbo Cornelius (13 Jul 2020)
This is very educative and helpful.
Miss Okey Chidinma Rita (10 Jul 2020)
Beautiful
THEOGENE MUHIRWA (10 Jul 2020)
No comments
Wasilat Dupe (8 Jul 2020)
Good.
Faith Micah Datep (8 Jul 2020)
educative
VERONICA MUTINDA (7 Jul 2020)
good
DJAZILA UWAMAHORO (6 Jul 2020)
excellent
Abdulakarim Buba (5 Jul 2020)
very Good
Randolf Vorledorme (3 Jul 2020)
Good platform to upgrade the knowledge and skills of health personnels.
Doris Nwachukwu (2 Jul 2020)
highly educational
Victoria Davis (30 Jun 2020)
Very informative
Ms JUDITH NYANGAO BSc (28 Jun 2020)
nil
CLAUDINE TWIZERE (27 Jun 2020)
good
Nwagugu Chiegeonu (26 Jun 2020)
excellent module
Okeke Ifunanya (26 Jun 2020)
good
Oluwakemi Oluwamoroti (26 Jun 2020)
Relevant and useful
FELIX OLOLADE AKINRIMISI (24 Jun 2020)
Every nurse must be sensitive to any case related to child abuse and report to appropriate authorities.
Isah Lami Dorcas (24 Jun 2020)
this course is good
George Muazu (22 Jun 2020)
this module is highly educative
Patience Ogumu (20 Jun 2020)
Excellent
Taofikat Ajibola (20 Jun 2020)
Educative
Keamogetse Badumetse (16 Jun 2020)
informative
Mrs Anietie Omoro S (15 Jun 2020)
Great
MARTHA MAKINA (15 Jun 2020)
Good course
Anna David (12 Jun 2020)
A Nurse should always Advocate against child ill treatment
CHIKWANDA NGOSA (8 Jun 2020)
A good presentation
BUKOLA ESEBELUO (7 Jun 2020)
very good
Adebewaji Iyanda (7 Jun 2020)
very goog
HELEN PETER (5 Jun 2020)
very educative
Mrs Aidughulu Egiunu Rhoda (5 Jun 2020)
Very Good
Asante Nicholas (4 Jun 2020)
educative
Shashibu Makanunu null (4 Jun 2020)
educative
Christianah Adejuwon (30 May 2020)
Children that are withdrawn to themselves should be investigated further so as to be sure his/her parents are not maltreating them
SERAPHINE NIBATEGERE (27 May 2020)
very good
RAMADHANI MKOKO (24 May 2020)
TO BUILD GOOD FUTURE GENERATION, STUDYING THIS COURSE IS IMPORTANT.
JUSTIN NTEZIMANA JUSTIN (20 May 2020)
child maltreatment should be prevented
Regina Ekanem (18 May 2020)
This course is very helpful
Abubakar Sadique Sulemana (15 May 2020)
it's help awaken minds that has gone to sleep to refresh the past courses learn
Cecilia Quansah (12 May 2020)
good
Mpiegbulam Chinyere (7 May 2020)
it refresh my knowledge
JAMES EMULU (30 Apr 2020)
thanks
Yamai Timbuak (20 Apr 2020)
Satisfactory
Hamdiyatu Zubeiru (19 Apr 2020)
Good
IRENE NYANKESHA (18 Apr 2020)
was interest
Comfort Owusu (11 Apr 2020)
Awesome
AFOAKWAH CATHERINE (9 Apr 2020)
Fair results
Mary Omoniyi (8 Apr 2020)
Children should never in any way be maltreated .it is our responsibility as nurses to report suspected cases as fast as possible
JUSTINA EZEOMEDO (7 Apr 2020)
Great job!
Eunice Ayivor (25 Mar 2020)
We should always pay attention to our little once’s
Miss BEATRICE MUKARUSANGA (25 Mar 2020)
i
ROSE OWUSU-ANSAH (21 Mar 2020)
wow i love this course.
Mrs EUNICE BOAMAH (29 Feb 2020)
its a need to know to all nurses
Mrs FELISTUS MLONGOTI (25 Feb 2020)
I tend to agree with the fact that many nurses do not pay much attention to signs of child maltreatment. This course serves as eye opener so that nurses should take any contact with children as an opportunity to assess signs of maltreatment and act accordingly. Community health nurses can also use this information to sensitize the communities on child maltreatment for timely response.

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