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Fabricated or Induced Illness in a Child by a Carer

A Reader

by Christopher Bools

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Radcliffe Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child welfare,
  • Nursing - Pediatric & Neonatal,
  • Pediatrics,
  • Psychiatry - Child & Adolescent,
  • Medical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11914325M
    ISBN 101846191343
    ISBN 109781846191343

    Summary: Serves as a contribution to the development which safeguards and promotes the welfare of the children who have illness fabricated or induced (FII), previously known as 'Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy'. This book supports national guidance on FII and is suitable for all health, social care and education professionals and the Police. Fabricated or Induced Illness. Safeguarding Children in Whom Illness is Fabricated or Induced (supplementary guidance to Working Together to Safeguard Children), HM Government Fabricated or Induced Illness by Carers: A Practical Guide for Paediatricians, Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health, Oct

    Safeguarding Children in Whom Illness is Induced or Fabricated by Carers with Parenting Responsibilities The Scope and Purpose of this Document This document is based on Working Together to Safeguard Children: A guide to inter-agency workingFile Size: KB. Fabricated or induced illness (previously known as Munchausen syndrome by proxy) takes place when a caregiver elicits health care on the child's behalf in an unjustified way.

    Evident: child custody, money, access to drugs Primary gain: attention, sympathy, sick role Terms describing abuse and neglect Paediatric condition falsification Abuse by paediatric condition falsification Fabricated or induced illness in a child by a carer Caregiver fabricated illness in child.   Fabricated or induced illness (FII) is a rare form of child abuse. It occurs when a parent or carer, usually the child's biological mother, exaggerates or deliberately causes symptoms of illness in.


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Fabricated or Induced Illness in a Child by a Carer by Christopher Bools Download PDF EPUB FB2

In terms of practical guidance, the clinician and multi-disciplinary team would probably reach first for the Department of Health guidelines on Safeguarding children in whom illness is fabricated or induced, published in and revised in Cited by: 1.

Overview This groundbreaking new book is a major contribution to ongoing development which will safeguard and promote the welfare of the children who have illness fabricated or induced (FII), previously known as 'Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy'.Brand: Christopher Bools.

Although child maltreatment due to abuse or neglect is pervasive within our society, less is known about fabricated or induced illness by carers (FII), which is considered to be a rare form of child Cited by: 1. Synopsis This groundbreaking new book is a major contribution to ongoing development which will safeguard and promote the welfare of the children who have illness fabricated or induced (FII), previously known as 'Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy'.Author: Christopher Bools.

signs which have been fabricated or induced by the child’s carer. FII occurs when a caregiver (93% of cases, the mother (Schreier, )) misrepresents the child as ill either by fabricating, or much more rarely, producing symptoms and then presenting the child for medical care, disclaiming knowledge of the cause of the by: 1.

Child abuse. Fabricated or induced illness. Fabricated or induced illness (FII) is a rare form of child abuse. It occurs when a parent or carer exaggerates or deliberately causes symptoms of illness in a child, and can cause significant harm both physically and emotionally.

Caregiver-fabricated illness in a child is a form of child maltreatment caused by a caregiver who falsifies and/or induces a child’s illness, leading to unnecessary and potentially harmful medical investigations and/or treatment.

This condition can result in significant morbidity and mortality. Although caregiver-fabricated illness in a child has been widely known as Munchausen syndrome Cited by:   Background Munchausen's syndrome by proxy (recently renamed fabricated or induced illness) is a rare form of child abuse, but relatively Cited by:   Statutory guidance Safeguarding children in whom illness is fabricated or induced Statutory guidance on protecting children where carers or parents make a child ill or pretend a child is ill Author: Department of Health And Social Care.

Fabricated or Induced Illness in a Child by a Carer by Christopher Bools,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(2). Fabricated or induced illness (FII) is when a carer seeks medical care unnecessarily or induces symptoms.

When a child is presented with symptoms, the clinician must make a diagnosis. In some cases a child may have a genuine medical problem diagnosed only at a later stage after initial concerns about FII have been : David L.

Robinson. “Fabricated or Induced Illness (FII) is a form of abuse associated with a range of poor outcomes for children and young people extending to the serious harm or even death of the child. Behaviours by a parent or carer may result in harm to a child or young person.

fabrication or induction of illness by a carer’. In making a referral, the harm should always be defined. It may include physical abuse, emotional abuse, neglect or impairment of health or Size: KB.

Fabricated or induced illness (FII) is a rare form of child abuse. It occurs when a parent or carer, usually the child's biological mother, exaggerates or deliberately causes symptoms of illness in the child.

In cases of Fabricated or Induced Illness (FII), a carer intentionally causes or fabricates illness in a child in their care. Carers may simply exaggerate or fabricate the child’s symptoms by falsifying medical history or tampering with tests in order to make the child appear ill, or they may deliberately induce symptoms through various methods including poisoning, starvation, or suffocation.

This groundbreaking new book is a major contribution to ongoing development which will safeguard and promote the welfare of the children who have illness fabricated or induced (FII), previously known as 'Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy'.

Fabricated or induced illness (FII) is a rare form of child abuse. It occurs when a parent or carer, usually the child’s biological mother, exaggerated or deliberately causes symptoms of illness in the child.

The fabrication or induction of illness in children by a carer has been referred to by a number of different terms, most commonly Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (Meadow, ), Factitious Illness by File Size: KB.

Fabricated or Induced Illness by Carers (FII):APractical Guide for Paediatricians Level of risk Seldom reaches threshold of significant harm May be disabling for the child; often some risk of significant harm, including emotional or educational harm, or social isolationFile Size: KB.

Illness in a child which is fabricated or induced by a parent or someone who has parental responsibility. A child is presented for medical assessment and care, usually persistently, often resulting in multiple medical procedures. The perpetrator denies the aetiology of the child's illness.

The draft guidance on fabricated or induced illness quotes its origin from the Griffiths report into the research framework in North Staffordshire NHS Trust, a report prompted by complaints against doctors prominent in research into fabricated or induced illness in children.

9 But the guidance fails to address the unsatisfactory procedures for Cited by: Download Citation | Fabricated and Induced Illness by Carers (FII) | Medical neglect is when a carer fails to present a child for care when required.

Fabricated or induced illness (FII) is when a.Fabricated or induced illness is a condition whereby a child has suffered, or is likely to suffer, significant harm through the deliberate action of their parent and which is attributed by the parent to another cause.