How nurses can identify child-to-parent abuse
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How nurses can identify child-to-parent abuse

Michelle John Founder and director, Social enterprise PEGS

Signs to look for in parents who are abused by their own children and how to empower families to seek help

Would you know what to do if you suspected a parent was being abused by their own child? Michelle John of social enterprise PEGS (Parent Education Growth Support), which provides education to healthcare professionals on the issue of child-to-parent abuse, explains this form of abuse and how nurses can support patients who are experiencing it.

Nursing Children and Young People. 35, 1, 12-13. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.35.1.12.s5

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