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aper 1 Historical Background: A Medica Advisor2s Perspective
Cater2 Healthy Care: From Nationa Po cy to Local Implementation 8
Helen Chambers and Heather Miller
har 3 How Mui tAgency Looked After Partnerships (MALAPs) are
improving the Health of Looked After Children and Address ng
Fragmented Corporate Parenting 26
4hpter The Needfor oHealth Poliies and Protocols and the mportance
of Train 44
Section Two: Health for Looked After Chidren.
Everyone s Business
apera 5 Primary Care Trusts and the Health of Looked After Children 52
Capter6 The Desgnated Health Professionals and Others63
Imelda 1c alAwh(il Barbara Mary and AC (a foster carer)
SpTer he Prirary Care Team 70
jererny x, Chrirtine Iackson Hayvard, Jane Walton and Kathy Dunnett
Section Three: Health Issues
C[ptr 8 The Menta Health Needs of Looked After Children 7
[at r9 Substance Use/Misuse and Drug Education for Children and
Young Peoplein Care90
Catr 10 Sexual Health, Sexuality and Sex Education for Children
a rd Young People in Care 107
ape11 Nutrition and Looked After Children 130
Section Four: Spciai Considerations
Chapte12 The Health of Unaccompanied Minors 141
Caper 13 Areas of Dfficmulty 154
Wendy Gill, Deborah Bone and Jane Scott.
Includes bibliographical references.
9781903855836 (pbk.) :
1903855837 (pbk.) :
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