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Fabricated or Induced Illness in children proceedings

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Mark Ablett hosts Catherine Ellis of Pump Court who takes him on a whistle stop tour of FII (Fabricated or Induced Illness) in children proceedings. Catherine in particular explains the impact of the latest guidance (published March 2021) from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and the helpful definitions contained in that guidance. Listeners can expect invaluable tips and pointers both for private and public children proceedings.

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