- The target audience is multi-agency, including Paediatric Trainees and Consultants, Nurses, Mental Health Practitioners, Teachers, and Social Workers.
Work through the module at your own pace.When you have completed the module, you can return at any time to re-review any of the sections.
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You will find the course content below. This Emotional Abuse and Emotional Neglect eLearning has two steps:
1) The elearning package
2) The post-course evaluation form
Once you have completed the eLearning package, a ‘Mark complete‘ button will be available. Click this button to complete the section.
Next, complete and submit the post-course evaluation form, and click the ‘Mark complete‘ button
Once all steps have been completed, a downloadable certificate of completion will be issued on the page.
If you have any questions, please contact the RCPCH Learning team
Welcome to this e-learning module is intended to support you to identify the key features of emotional abuse and emotional neglect, and how these should be managed using a multi-agency approach.
By the end of this eLearning, you will be able to:
- Identify the common features in cases of emotional abuse and emotional neglect
- Assess the different factors that can contribute to emotional abuse and emotional neglect and describe its impact on the child
- Outline the principles for managing emotional abuse and emotional neglect in a multi-agency approach including key actions to take
The target audience is multi-agency, including Paediatric Trainees and Consultants, Nurses, Mental Health Practitioners, Teachers, and Social Workers. It is expected this course will take approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes to complete. First, work through the sections in order. If you need to, you can take a break after any section and continue with the remaining sections when you return. When you have completed the module you can return at any time to re-view any of the sections.
Dr Danya Glaser
Subject matter experts
Dr Jamie Carter
Subject matter experts
Creation and review log
|Launch date||June 2019|
|Next review||October 2023|
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