NSCP Perplexing Presentations including Fabricated or Induced Illness Level 3 - Part 1

This is Part 1 of the course and starts as an introduction to this area with input from Children's Social Care and Health colleagues, particularly considering the new guidance from RCPCH and aims to help practitioners understand what are Medical Unexplained Symptoms, Perplexing Presentations and Fabricated or Induced Illness. This event is for practitioners who work directly with children and families and who are often involved in working with complex cases which may feature Perplexing Presentations or FII. 

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Aims:

  • To share the new guidance from the RCPCH
  • To ensure participants understand that Perplexing Presentations in children require further investigation and assessment
  • To ensure participants understand that Perplexing Presentations are usually not Fabricated or Induced Illnesses
  • That early interventions lead to positive outcomes for children
  • To expel the myth that there are separate child protection procedures relating to Fabricated and Induced Illness in children
  • To help participants understand what are Medical Unexplained Symptoms, Perplexing Presentations and Fabricated or Induced Illness.

Target audience:

For all practitioners who work directly with children and families and who are often involved in working with complex cases which may feature Perplexing Presentations or FII. 

Course Charges:

Reminder: Charges may apply for this course – for more details please see our charging table on the training page of our website.  Please be aware we have reintroduced our non- attendance charge so, if you find you are no longer able to attend we do require 24 hours notice.  Please log into your account and remove yourself from the event.  The charge will be £20.00 if it is an virtual event.

Trainers:

Partners from Children’s Social Care & Health

Training Course date: Wednesday, November 17, 2021

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