New to Forensic Working with Children Introduction

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New to Forensic Working with Children Introduction Search terms Forensic, Children, young people, youth justice, secure care, criminal justice system, CAMHS

Published: 18/06/2021

Publisher: NHS Education for Scotland (NES)

Type: Document

Audience: Dietetic support worker; Healthcare scientist support worker; Care at home worker or manager; Care worker; Counsellor; Early years or childcare worker or manager; Housing support officer or manager; Personal assistant; Social work assistant; Social worker; Volunteer; Volunteer co-ordinator; Youth worker or manager; Security services; Medicine (audience); Associate specialist; Consultant; Core trainee; Foundation Year 1 (FY1) doctor; Foundation Year 2 (FY2) doctor; General practitioner; General practitioner trainee; Medical student; Other Doctor; Physician associate; Psychiatrist; Specialty doctor; Specialty trainee; Art psychotherapist; Art therapist; Dietitian; Dramatherapist; Healthcare chaplain; Music therapist; Occupational therapist; Paramedic; Physiotherapist; Speech and language therapist; Adult nurse; Child health nurse; Family nurse; Family nurse supervisor; General practice nurse; Health visitor; Learning disability nurse; Mental health nurse; Occupational health nurse; School nurse; Specialist community public health nurse; Pharmacist; Psychology (audience); Clinical psychologist; Counselling psychologist; Educational psychologist; Forensic psychologist; Health psychologist; Occupational psychologist; Practitioner psychologist; Registered psychologist; Sport and exercise psychologist

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