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1 Department of Health. Birth to Five. 2004.

2 Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Children's attendance at minor injury/illness services Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. February 2002

3 Department of Health. National Standards, Local Action: Health and Social Care Standards and Planning Framework 2005/06 - 2007/08. 2004.

4 NHS Direct, NSPCC. Child protection training core and professional streams. NSPCC (unpublished). 2004

5 Department of Health. Quality Standards for the Delivery of GP Out-of-Hours Services June 2002.

6 Spotting the Sick Child. Supported by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and the Faculty of Accident and Emergency Medicine. 2004.

7 Department of Health. NHS Improvement Plan - putting People at the Heart of Public Services. The Stationery Office June 2004

8 Department of Health, Department for Education and Employment Supporting Pupils with Medical Needs. Department for Education and Employment Circular 14/96 1996

9 Department of Health, Department for Education and Skills. Access to education for children and young people with medical needs.
Statutory Guidance Ref 0732/2001 HSC 2001/019 and DfES 0732/2001. November 2001.

10 Department of Health, Department for Education and Employment and the Home Office. Framework for the assessment of children in need and their families The Stationery Office 2000.

11 Department of Health. Promoting the Health of Looked After Children London: The Stationery Office 2002.

12 Department of Health. Our inheritance, our future: realising the potential of genetics in the NHS. The Stationery Office. June 2003.

13 NHS Modernisation Agency. Good Practice in Paediatric Continence Services - Benchmarking in Action. 2003

14 Royal College of Nursing Institute. Clinical Practice Guidelines: The recognition and assessment of acute pain in children - Implementation Guide. Royal College of Nursing. 2001.

15 American Academy of Pediatrics. The Assessment and Management of Acute Pain in Infants, Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics 108 (3): 793-7. 2001

16 The Victoria Climbié Inquiry. The Stationery Office. January 2003. www.dh.gov.uk

17 Department of Health. Achieving timely simple discharge from hospital: A toolkit for the multi-disciplinary team. 2004

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