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National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK). When To Suspect Child Maltreatment. London: RCOG Press; 2009 Jul. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 89.)

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Guideline Development Group membership and acknowledgements

Guideline Development Group

GDG members

Jane AppletonReader in Primary and Community Care (nursing)
Tricia BrennanConsultant Paediatrician (emergency medicine)
Geoff DebelleConsultant Paediatrician (community)
Susan DunstallPatient/consumer member (NSPCC)
Danya GlaserGDG Chair, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Andrea GoddardConsultant Paediatrician (general)
Kathryn GutteridgePatient/consumer member
Christine HabgoodGeneral Practitioner
Chris HobbsConsultant Paediatrician (community)
Elizabeth HughesConsultant Nurse Safeguarding Children
Alison KempClinical Advisor to the GDG, Consultant Paediatrician/Reader in Child Health
Anne LiveseyConsultant Paediatrician (community)
David LuceyIndependent Clinical Child Psychologist
Rosemary NearyPatient/consumer member (Eaton Foundation)
Annmarie ReevesSenior Practitioner (social work)
Peter SaundersPatient/consumer member (NAPAC)
Anubha SinhaGeneral Practitioner
David Vickers*Consultant Paediatrician (community)
*

stood down April 2008 because of work commitments, replaced by Geoff Debelle

National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (NCC-WCH) staff

Jiri ChardSenior Research Fellow
Rupert FranklinWork Programme Coordinator
Eva Gautam-AitkenProject Manager
Paul JacklinSenior Health Economist
Angela KrautResearch Fellow
Monica LakhanpaulClinical Co-Director/Community Paediatrician
Carolina OrtegaWork Programme Coordinator
Julia SaperiaLead Research Fellow
Samantha VahidiSenior Work Programme Coordinator
Danielle WorsterInformation Scientist

External advisers

Susan ParekhDentist
Karen RogstadGenito-urinary medicine specialist
David SpicerBarrister

Peer reviewers

Vikram BolaramGeneral Practitioner
Giles HaythornthwaiteConsultant Paediatrician (emergency medicine)

North American reviewers

Howard DubowitzProfessor of Pediatrics/Director, Center for Families, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore
Robert ReeceClinical Professor of Pediatrics, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston
David A WolfeRBC Chair in Children's Mental Health (CAMH)/Professor, University of Toronto

Acknowledgements

Additional support was received from:

  • Edmond Peston, Debbie Pledge, Roxana Rehman, Michael Corkett, Alyson Huntley, Rajesh Khanna, Anuradha Sekhri, Anne Marie O'Connell, Martin Dougherty, Moira Mugglestone and Wendy Riches at the NCC-WCH
  • Caroline Keir and Jenni Gray at the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
  • the Patient and Public Involvement Programme (PPIP) at NICE
  • Andrew Welsh, freelance copy-editor and typesetter
  • Rita Ranmal and the Clinical Effectiveness Team at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH)
  • Delphi consensus survey participants (see Appendix C)
  • Ruth Gilbert at the Institute of Child Health
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Bookshelf ID: NBK57155

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