The Doncaster Safeguarding Adults Board are hosting a Free Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking awareness session for the 28rd March aimed at frontline operational staff. This is available to staff across the multi-agency partnerships.
Multiple environmental risk factors are associated with sleep-related infant deaths. Little is known about differences in risk factors for deaths occurring in-home and out-of-home. We sought to compare risk factors for in-home and out-of-home infant deaths.
The aim of this Cochrane Review was to assess the effects of school-based educational programmes for the prevention of injuries in children, evaluate their impact on improving children’s safety skills, behaviour and practices, and knowledge, and assess their cost-effectiveness.
A systematic review was undertaken to identify intervention characteristics associated with increasing consumption of vegetables in children (2–12 years).
This NICE quality standard covers all young people (aged up to 25) using children’s health and social care services who are due to make the transition to adults’ services. It includes young people with mental health problems, with disabilities, with long-term, life-limiting or complex needs, in secure settings or under the care of local authorities.
This article reviews literature relating to early and long-term neurodevelopmental, cognitive, behavioural and educational outcomes following extremely preterm birth focusing on key themes and considering implications for intervention.
Based on the World Health Organization’s global school health initiative this study investigated intervention effects of statewide health promotion in schools on the numbers of children’s sick days and visits to a physician, and parental days off work due to child illness.
School-based health promotion slightly reduces sick days in first grade children. Subsequently, parents may not need to stay off work themselves. Small individual effects add up to larger benefits in a statewide implementation of health promotion. Additionally, health promotion may also positively contribute to school success.