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Safeguarding Quiz ED
Question #1: All children attending ED must have the safeguarding assessment signed off by the clinician seeing them. This is found in the clinical documents under the "safeguarding' header.
Question #2: Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is a safeguarding risk every doctor should be aware of with a peak incidence at around 12-13yrs of age
Question #3: Recording comprehensive notes is essential if a Safeguarding concern is highlighted. This will take time.
Question #4: Multiple attendances at the Emergency Department is concerning and should trigger a Health Visitor letter and further thought about abuse
Question #5: Long bone fractures, fractures of varying age, bucket handle fractures and unusual fractures should all highlight the possibility of Non-accidental injury
Question #6: Children who are non-ambulant often suffer from self inflicted accidents causing broken bones
Question #7: If you have any concerns about Safeguarding you should talk to a senior doctor as early as possible
Question #8: It is rare for victims of abuse to attend the Emergency Department
Question #9: Every child and vulnerable adult attending the Emergency Department needs a Safeguarding assessment completed
Question #10: Children with a known safeguarding concern are likely to be flagged on our 'EPR' Computer system with an icon on the Tracking board. More information is found in the 'Clinical Summary Tab. Trakcare is also useful.
Question #11: Only children need to have safeguarding concerns raised
Question #12: An adult attends hospital following a deliberate overdose and superficial deliberate self harm. They care for a young child at home but the child is not present in hospital. A Paediatric Health Visitor Liaison form should be completed?