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Alan Taylor Oct 29
be professionally curious. Ask about domestic abuse Provide support and guidance. Make a difference.
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Alan Taylor Oct 30
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The AACE Sep 15
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London Ambulance Service Sep 14
This week is National Ambulance Safeguarding Week. This is an opportunity for ambulance services to talk about how we can protect vulnerable people and those at risk. Meet some of the Safeguarding team and learn a little more about what they do ⬇
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The AACE Sep 14
Day 1 of National awareness week. is never OK. Know the signs and how to act on them.
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East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust Sep 18
Day 5 of Week - We have produced a film that focuses on safeguarding non-mobile babies with non-accidental injuries. Our colleagues can find the film in this week's issue of Enews. Staff from other trusts can watch the film by contacting their Safeguarding lead.
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Child Abuse Review Sep 15
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North West Ambulance Service Sep 18
It is National Ambulance Safeguarding Week. Last year UK ambulance trusts made 315,108 safeguarding referrals to the local authorities. Each month our Safeguarding Team ⬇️handles approx. 6,300 safeguarding concerns identified by front line practitioners.
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Alan Taylor Oct 6
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Lee Brentnall Sep 15
Fantastic virtual training session by thank you
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East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust Sep 18
We were privileged to be asked to contribute learning for National Week. Our film focuses on non-accidental injuries in non-mobile babies and how frontline staff raise a safeguarding concern for that child following a medical assessment on scene and at handover.
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East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust Sep 16
Day three of week includes a training session hosted by our colleagues over at For our staff who are interested, the session starts on Microsoft Teams at 1pm this afternoon. The link can be found in last week's edition of Enews.
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Yorkshire Ambulance Sep 15
Our staff have the opportunity to learn more about communicating with vulnerable patients today thanks to which has organised an online training session as part of National Ambulance Safeguarding Week
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Yorkshire Ambulance Sep 16
Thanks to our colleagues at for today's free training opportunity about fluctuating mental capacity and substance misuse as part of National Ambulance Safeguarding Week
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Emma Wilson Sep 14
Excellent article on professional boundaries
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South East Coast Ambulance Service Sep 18
The vigilance of SECAmb staff prevents Adults and Children coming to Harm or suffering from Abuse and Neglect every day.
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South East Coast Ambulance Service Sep 17
We have experts on our Safeguarding team with backgrounds in paediatrics, paramedic practice, policing and a safeguarding nurse consultant providing specialist support to Ambulance and EOC Staff.
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Nichola_Howard Sep 16
Looking forward to today's session around MCA and fluctuating capacity
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Alan Taylor Sep 30
so proud of team LAS, showing the best of our caring staff across London and the trust.
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SafeguardTeam Sep 14
Here is to the start of our week.
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