The Child Surveillance Handbook

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2009 - Medical - 375 pages
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Previous editions of the Handbook (second edition 1994, 1-87090-524-5) have built its reputation as the definitive guide to using child surveillance to promote the health, welfare and life chances of children. This new edition remains as authoritative as ever, whilst encompassing recent developments in the field. The book has been extensively revised, including much completely new material, to incorporate new research and evolving policy. It remains an essential child surveillance reference for family medicine physicians and trainees, primary care nurses, pediatricians, and child mental health staff.
  

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Respectively Emeritus Professor of Community Paediatrics, University of Sheffield, and Honorary Professor of Paediatrics, University of Cape Town; Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Barnet, Visiting Research Associate, Institute of Psychiatry, London, and Honorary Consultant, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London; Consultant in Community Child Health, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London.

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