First national review from the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel

The new Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel has announced the first ever national child safeguarding practice review. In a letter from the Chair of the panel, Edward Timpson CBE, to the Secretary of State for Education, it is explained that the panel has received notification of a significant number of serious child safeguarding cases which raise issues which are complex and of national importance relating to adolescents in need of state protection from criminal exploitation. This will therefore be the theme of the first review, which started in March 2019 and will take six months to complete.

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National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day

On Monday 18 March 2019 we shall be supporting the ‘National Child Exploitation Awareness Day’ here at Phew. The ‘National Child …

Phew to showcase pioneering new Patient Discharge Management System at ‘Reducing Long Hospital Stays’ conference in London on 4 March, 2019

The Luton and Dunstable University Hospital Discharge Planning Team, working in close collaboration with Phew, successfully launched their new online …

Chief Medical Officer advises parents and carers on screen time

The Chief Medical Officer for the UK has published commentary an independent research on the connections between the number of …