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Fabricated Illness

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The course also contains reference to real life cases, challenges to check the learners’ understanding throughout the course, case studies, and downloads of supplementary guidance, and a guide for paediatricians. It is suitable for those working with children and in healthcare.

Fabricated Induced Illness (FII) is a rare form of child abuse that can often go unnoticed. The signs and symptoms of abuse are very widespread which makes it difficult to identify. It’s therefore important that anyone working with children is aware of this abuse and know what to look for if they suspect this type of abuse.

This course describes the symptoms of FII and the risk factors that can lead to it, and includes case studies, guidance for practitioners.

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Course Overview

Format

  • Intermediate
  • 1-2 Study Hours
  • Online Study
  • Self-Printed Certificate

Accreditation

  • 2 CPD Points
  • CPD Certified

Course description

The course also contains reference to real life cases, challenges to check the learners’ understanding throughout the course, case studies, and downloads of supplementary guidance, and a guide for paediatricians. It is suitable for those working with children and in healthcare.

Fabricated Induced Illness (FII) is a rare form of child abuse that can often go unnoticed. The signs and symptoms of abuse are very widespread which makes it difficult to identify. It’s therefore important that anyone working with children is aware of this abuse and know what to look for if they suspect this type of abuse.

This course describes the symptoms of FII and the risk factors that can lead to it, and includes case studies, guidance for practitioners.

This course gives learners in-depth information on what they need to be aware of when dealing with fabricated illness and the best practise to help children in this situation. This training covers a wide range of topics including:

  • The definition of FII, and other names by which it is known
  • Description of the main components of FII: induced illness and fabricated illness
  • The indicators of fabricated illness and induced illness
  • The impact of FII
  • Information sharing
  • Risk factors that can increase the likelihood of FII
  • Guidance for practitioners

The course also contains reference to real life cases, challenges to check the learners’ understanding throughout the course, case studies, and downloads of supplementary guidance, and a guide for paediatricians. It is suitable for those working with children and in healthcare.

You will learn

  • Explain what is meant by fabricated induced illness (FII)
  • Describe the classification of FII
  • List indicators of FII
  • Outline risk factors that increase the likelihood of FII
  • Outline the impact of FII on children

Who is it for?

Roles including:

  • Teachers
  • Teaching assistants
  • Care workers
  • Social workers
  • Council workers
  • Nursery staff
  • Nurses
  • Pastoral Care
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