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Lisa Cooper

Lisa Cooper is deputy director, Quality & Safeguarding (NHS England North).

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Lisa.Cooper16@nhs.net

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    How to recognise and respond to potential child abuse and neglectSubscription

    20 FEB 2018

    In October 2017, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence published guidance to support health and social care professionals in recognising and responding to abuse and neglect in young people aged under 18 years. Pharmacists and pharmacy teams should be aware of their roles and responsibilities as outlined in this guidance. 

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    How to spot signs of child sexual exploitationVideoSubscription

    6 JUL 2016

    Children and young people affected by sexual exploitation can present to a wide range of health settings, including community pharmacies. Pharmacists should be aware of the signs of potential sexual exploitation to ensure that they seek the appropriate help and support to protect the child or young person.

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