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'Be brave for your patients'

Health lead for the NWG National Response Team for tackling child sexual exploitation, Ray McMorrow on how nursing was a natural vocation to enter. 

Health lead for the NWG National Response Team, Ray McMorrow on how nursing was a natural vocation to enter.

What is your job?

I am the health lead for the NWG National Response Team for tackling child sexual exploitation (CSE). We are a charity, though the response team are government funded. We are a team of multi-disciplinary professionals who support and advise on all issues in relations to CSE and I work closely with the NHS, RCN and medical colleges.

I develop tools, strategic policy, and work on a prevention, protection, disclosure and therapeutic help for young people. I’m also involved in a safeguarding reviews such as serious case reviews.

I am a mental health and learning disabilities nurse and was also the designated nurse for safeguarding children nurse before taking up this post three years ago.

How did you

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