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Is the procedure of reporting cases of child abuse satisfactory / Paul Marinaccio-Joseph

Nurse 2 nurse, Volume: 02, Issue: 05, Pages: 24 - 27

Swansea University Author: Marinaccio-Joseph, Paul

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The article aims to outline the practical steps which may be taken when a healthcare professional suspects that a child is being abused.

Published in: Nurse 2 nurse
ISSN: 1473-2114
Published: 2002
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