A matter of life and death: The importance of joined-up practice

When it comes to safeguarding, lack of communication between practitioners doesn’t only lead to poor provision; it can be fatal too.

We’re often told how important it is, and common sense supports the concept of services working closely together, yet it can be difficult for professionals to lower their barriers and really speak to one another. But in some cases, not to do so is to put lives at risk…

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