This is level 3 training and will count towards the participatory hours stipulated by the Intercollegiate Document – Safeguarding Children: Roles and Competencies for HealthCare Staff. So be ready to interact!

Learning agenda:

  1. The requirements for Level 3 Safeguarding Children training as determined by the Intercollegiate document
  2. Who do you need to safeguard?
  3. Tips on how best to safeguard
  4. How to make a good referral including understanding threshold models
  5. The effects of COVID on Safeguarding Children
  6. Some case studies

This session will be facilitated by Dr Yasmin Husain MBChB, BSc, MRCGP
GP, Birmingham
Named GP for Birmingham and Solihull CCG Safeguarding team.

About Dr Husain:

I have been practicing as a GP for 24 years. I am currently working two sessions a week in a Practice in Birmingham. I started my career in safeguarding in 2014 as a “Safeguarding Champion” for Birmingham Cross City CCG. I became one of the Named GPs for Birmingham and Solihull CCG Safeguarding team in 2018 and I currently do 5 sessions a week. As part of this role I have responsibility for the Learning and Development programme in Birmingham and Solihull and have therefore been very active in providing training for all Primary Care Staff- clinical and non- clinical. I design bespoke presentations depending on the audience and their safeguarding learning requirements. I am also a Clinical Educator for the IRISi Domestic abuse programme which is a collaboration between Primary Care and Women’s Aid in the UK and a trainer for Prevent (radicalisation). I understand the learning needs of Primary Care Staff through conducting Safeguarding reviews into adult and child deaths and cases of neglect.

My other interests and skills in safeguarding include being a WRAP Trainer (Workshop for Raising Awareness on Prevent) since 2017, Right Help Right Time Trainer, and I am trained to provide Supervision. I also conduct Safeguarding Adult Reviews, Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews and Domestic Homicide Reviews
I am a member of the Primary Care Safeguarding Forum and of the National Network of Named GPs and I am part of the Birmingham Children in Care Team.

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