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CPD module: Recognising and managing self-harm in teenage children

CPD module: Recognising and managing self-harm in teenage children

CPD Module Summary: Recognising and managing self-harm in teenage children

Mental health nurse Simone Garland will guide you through the latest understanding of self-harm in teenagers and best practice for nurses in assessing and managing this vulnerable group.

Learning Objectives

This CPD module will help you to recognise and manage self-harm in teenage children, including:

  • Understanding more about self-harm in adolescents
  • Improving evidence-based knowledge on the management of self-harm in this age group, in line with guidance
  • Gaining confidence in advising and supporting patients at risk or with a history of self-harm, and their parents/guardians
Complete the CPD module here to gain your certificate and log 1 CPD hour towards revalidation

Author

Simone Garland is a mental health nurse working in the health and social care sector, and wellbeing coach at The Wandering Mind

The full module can be found on the Nursing in Practice Learning website.

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Gain confidence in advising and supporting patients at risk or with a history of self-harm