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Child Protection Companion

The RCPCH Child Protection Companion (CPC) 2013 is your resource on child protection and safeguarding. It covers all forms of abuse and the spectrum of paediatric involvement: from examination, to identification, to referral, to court.

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BNF for Children

Essential practical information to help healthcare professionals prescribe, monitor, supply and administer medicines.

To help make medicines safer for children you should report suspected adverse drug reactions to the Yellow Card Scheme

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The latest information for vaccine preventable infectious diseases in the UK.

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