How to spot the signs of child sexual exploitation and raise your concerns
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How to spot the signs of child sexual exploitation and raise your concerns

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

The NSPCC has identified that the pandemic may have increased children’s vulnerability to abuse

There are indications that the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the vulnerability of children and young people to certain types of abuse, including child sexual exploitation (CSE), according to children’s charity the NSPCC.

Emergency Nurse. 29, 6, 14-17. doi: 10.7748/en.29.6.14.s6

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