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International Primary Care Association

“Child Sexual Exploitation – A primary care perspective”


It is important that doctors and health professionals are aware that children and young people who are sexually exploited can present across a range of health settings with a variety of physical and mental health problems, and actively consider the possibility of sexual exploitation in their assessments.

‘GPs are ….in an ideal position to notice early signs of childhood sexual exploitation when children present in their surgeries, if alert to possible indicators.

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  • Authors: S Weller, D Wilkinson, K Rogstad, J Ashby
  • Keywords: Child Sexual Exploitation; Sexual Abuse: Young people; adolescents; safeguarding
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