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Working with Fabricated and Induced Illness (FII)

Participants will have been offered the opportunity to:

  • recognise and describe their agency role in cases of FII
  • consider FII as part of a differential diagnosis rather than waiting for it to be a conclusive diagnosis
  • recognise the importance of differentiating between reported symptoms and observed symptoms and the importance of accurate record keeping
  • confidently refer to the 2008 Fabricated and Induced Illness Guidance in their Safeguarding Practice
  • understand the importance of chronologies for both the index child and its siblings.

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Kirklees 2012 – Assessment

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