Edited by Alan Edmond.

Oxford Publications

A critical review of the evidence supporting child health programmes in the UK, with recommendations for clinicians, providers and commissioners.

·       A critical review of the evidence supporting child health programmes in the UK, with recommendations for clinicians, providers and commissioners.

·       Fully revised and updated, the review takes a life course approach starting in pregnancy and covers exposures and stresses affecting mother and foetus.

·       Provides evidence based guidance in implementation and quality assurance of child health programmes.

·       Includes new chapters on, for example, safeguarding; migrant and refugee children;  and school readiness and transition into school.

·       Learning links are provided in each chapter to aid education and understanding.

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