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Safeguarding: Self Radicalisation

“The author is dead” –Unknown Over the last decade the UK Government have made significant advancements in the idenfitication and support of vulnerable people at risk of becoming radicalised. From its publication and constant revisions of the Prevent Statagy(2011) to the assembly of multi-agency panels to review and support at risk individuals. In my role […]

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Safeguarding: Ethnicity and Ethics

This situation is more of a hypothetical, whilst based on a real situation the patients confidentiality is assured by the fact I cant remember most of the specific details and as a result have confabulated. I should also stress the question I am exploring is not related to the safeguarding concern for which I was […]

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Safeguarding : Incest

Some of my readers are aware that I am an Adult Safeguarding Nurse for a large hospital in the south of England. This work leads to a lot of exposure to (among other things) the wierd and wonderful diversity of human nature. I will relay some of the more interesting experiences in these posts if […]