How to identify trauma in children and what you can do about it
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How to identify trauma in children and what you can do about it

Radhika Holmström Health writer

Tips for general practice nurses, school nurses and health visitors on how to pick up on and alleviate emotional trauma in young people

School nurses, health visitors and general practice nurses are often in a position to identify the damage due to trauma from adverse childhood experiences and the effect on children’s mental health, says Queen’s Nurse and RCN fellow Ruth Oshikanlu.

Primary Health Care. 29, 5, 17-19. doi: 10.7748/phc.29.5.17.s17

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