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Guidance on the FGM Enhanced Dataset

Read advice from the HSCIC

By October this year, GP practices in England will be required to submit information to the Health and Social Care Information Centre when they identify that a patient has female genital mutilation (FGM). Read the HSCIC’s advice on doing this here.

You can also access the Department of Health’s guidance for professionals on FGM risk and safeguarding here.

 

 

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  • Can someone define "required" - are we contractually obliged to do this?

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