Fabricated illness

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23 Jul 2021 - BBC News
The 49-year-old denies wilfully ill-treating the child including at Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital.
03 Mar 2021 - BBC News
Doctors are being issued with new guidance for cases where children are repeatedly brought in when there is nothing wrong.
03 Mar 2021 - The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH)
This guidance, published in March 2021, provides best practice advice for paediatricians in the medical management of PP and FII cases to obtain better outcomes for children.
07 Jan 2020 - British Journal of Nursing
There is a range of terminology used to categorise this form of abuse, although it is often known as Munchausen's syndrome.
27 Jun 2019 - BBC News
 Taliah Drayak's world was "turned inside out" when she was suspected of causing her daughter's illness.
26 Feb 2019 - Community Care
 New podcast covers FII, formerly known as Munchhausen's syndrome by proxy
11 Jan 2018 - The Express
  Benefit cheat: Mother-of-six lied about health of her children to rake in £176,000  
10 Jun 2010 - CommunityCare.co.uk
Cases of fabricated or induced illness are rare, hard to prove and, according to some experts, don't even exist. So how do you deal with a suspected example? "It's hard to judge how much risk this child is in and that makes me very...
10 Jun 2010 - CommunityCare
Cases of fabricated or induced illness are rare, hard to prove and, according to some experts, don't even exist. So how do you deal with a suspected example? "It's hard to judge how much risk this child is in and that makes me very...
16 Mar 2010 -
The facts of the case, as submitted by the parties, may be summarised as follows. 1. O.D.'s first months On 8 August 1996 O.D. was delivered by caesarian section at 36 weeks because of his failure to grow in the womb. He weighed 1.9 kg. He was...