The Child Surveillance Handbook

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Radcliffe Medical Press, 1994 - Child development - 268 pages
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Provides practical information on the promotion of child health and the care of childhood illness. This guide covers common concerns, clarifies immunization routines and recognizes both emotional and physical abuse. This edition should be useful to general practitioners.

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CHILD HEALTH PROMOTION
3
PRIMARY PREVENTION
9
Prevention of dental disease
29
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About the author (1994)

Peter Hill is an accountant and business consultant and a partner at Mark Holt and Co. Chartered Accountants and Healium LLP business growth specialists. Hill also runs business seminars on pricing and profit improvement across the UK and internationally, for major banks, including Lloyds, Barclays, HSBC.

Professor David Hall is the former President of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and was recently Chair of children sub-group of National Screening Committee. He is Chair of Working Parties on child health surveillance (preventative care for children), a Member of the National
Taskforce for children, and has links with DFE (E) on code of practice, SureStart etc.
He is interested in child disability (including the voluntary sector); child mental health; child protection; and early intervention. Dr David Elliman is NHS immunisation co-ordinator for South London, and a member of the Diagnostic Technologies & Screening Panel.

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