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NHS England, 2018. Female genital mutilation: information website
NHS England’s FGM Prevention Programme has launched a website, bringing together in one place the work of NHS England on female genital mutilation (FGM). The website includes information about: commissioning services for women and girls with FGM; service standards for commissioning FGM care for patients under the age of 18; best practice guidance, pathways and templates to safeguard against FGM; and the mandatory reporting duty.
Scottish Government, 2018. Child protection improvement programme: update #8.
Updates on work concerning: Implementing the Children’s aspects of the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Act 2015; Child Sexual Exploitation; Child Internet Safety; The Children and Young People (Information Sharing) (Scotland) Bill; Unaccompanied Children in Scotland.
Scottish Government, 2018. Child protection improvement programme: update #9.
We would like to bring your awareness to the Child Protection Committees Scotland’s (CPC Scotland) media campaign ‘Eyes Open’ which was launched on Friday 22 June 2018. We welcome the campaign ‘Eyes Open’ which aims to raise awareness of the important role everyone has to keep children safe from harm in the holidays.
Scottish Government, 2018. National action plan to prevent and tackle child exploitation: progress report 2017/18. Edinburgh
RCPCH, 2018. Child protection evidence systematic review on fractures. London: RCPCH.
Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, 2018. Interim report. London: IICSA.
Scottish Government, 2018. Tackling child neglect in Scotland: follow up survey 2016. Edinburgh.
World Health Organisation, 2018. Care of girls & women living with female genital mutilation: a clinical handbook. Geneva: WHO.
Scottish Government, 2018. Tackling child neglect in Scotland: rapid review of the literature on intervention. Edinburgh.
Scottish Government, 2018. Tackling child neglect in Scotland: rapid review of legislation and policy. Edinburgh.
IRISS, 2018. Iriss Insights: Pre-birth child protection. Edinburgh, IRISS.
Department for Health & Social Care, 2018. A trauma-informed health and care approach for responding to child sexual abuse and exploitation: current knowledge report. London: DHSC.
NSPCC, 2018. How safe are our children? The most comprehensive overview of child protection in the UK. London: NSPCC.
ADAMS, J.A., et al, 2018. Interpretation of Medical Findings in Suspected Child Sexual Abuse: An Update for 2018. Journal of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology, 31(3), pp. 225-231.
AL-JILAIHAWI, S., et al, 2018. Clinical characteristics of children presenting with a suspicion or allegation of historic sexual abuse. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 103(6), pp. 533-539.
BADR, H.E., et al, 2018. Childhood maltreatment: A predictor of mental health problems among adolescents and young adults. Child abuse & neglect, 80, pp. 161-171.
CHAUVIN-KIMOFF, L., et al, 2018. The medical assessment of fractures in suspected child maltreatment: Infants and young children with skeletal injury. Paediatrics & Child Health, 23(2), pp. 156-160.
COWLEY, L.E., et al, 2018. Factors influencing child protection professionals' decision-making and multidisciplinary collaboration in suspected abusive head trauma cases: A qualitative study. Child abuse & neglect, 82, pp. 178-191.
DAVIS, P., et al, 2018. 40 years of fabricated or induced illness (FII): where next for paediatricians? Paper 1: epidemiology and definition of FII. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
DE SANTISTEBAN, P., et al, 2018. Progression, maintenance, and feedback of online child sexual grooming: A qualitative analysis of online predators. Child abuse & neglect, 80, pp. 203-215.
EICHNER, M., 2018. Medically Unexplained Symptoms and the Diagnosis of Medical Child Abuse. American Journal of Bioethics, 18(5), pp. 24-26.
GLASER, D. and DAVIS, P., 2018. For debate: Forty years of fabricated or induced illness (FII): where next for paediatricians? Paper 2: Management of perplexing presentations including FII. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
HEARD-GARRIS, N., et al, 2018. Childhood adversity and parent perceptions of child resilience. BMC Pediatrics, 18(1), pp. 204.
HOUAS, Y., et al, 2018. Fabricated or induced illness in twins associated with insertion of trocar needles into their bodies. Paediatrics & international Child Health, 1-3
HU, M., et al, 2018. Clinical characteristic and risk factors of recurrent sexual abuse and delayed reported sexual abuse in childhood. Medicine, 97(14), pp. e0236.
JENNISSEN, C.A., et al, 2018. Child abuse and neglect experts' determination of when a child being left home alone constitutes child neglect. Injury Epidemiology, 5(Suppl 1), pp. 16.
LEV-WIESEL, R. and FIRST, M., 2018. Willingness to disclose child maltreatment: CSA vs other forms of child abuse in relation to gender. Child abuse & neglect, 79, pp. 183-191.
LEWIS, N.V., et al, 2018. Identification and initial response to children's exposure to intimate partner violence: a qualitative synthesis of the perspectives of children, mothers and professionals. BMJ Open, 8(4), pp. e019761.
LYNOE, N. and ERIKSSON, A., 2018. Is focusing on the triad in suspected child abuse cases really irrelevant and of no practical use? Acta Paediatrica.
MARSH, C.A., et al, 2018. Making the hidden seen: A narrative analysis of the experiences of Assumption of Care at birth. Women & Birth: Journal of the Australian College of Midwives.
MIKOLAJCZAK, M., et al, 2018. Consequences of parental burnout: Its specific effect on child neglect and violence. Child abuse & neglect, 80, pp. 134-145.
MULLEN, S., et al, 2018. Fifteen-minute consultation: Childhood burns: inflicted, neglect or accidental. Archives of Disease in Childhood Education & Practice.
NIGRO, L.C., et al, 2018. A Model to Improve Detection of Nonaccidental Pediatric Burns. AMA Journal of Ethics, 20(1), pp. 552-559.
NUNEZ LOPEZ, O., et al, 2018. Sociodemographic determinants of non-accidental traumatic injuries in children. American Journal of Surgery, 215(6), pp. 1037-1041.
PAGLIA, L., 2018. Child abuse: Awareness is the first step to action. European Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, 19(2), pp. 89.
PERRIGO, J.L., et al, 2018. Child abuse and neglect re-report rates for young children with developmental delays. Child abuse & neglect, 83, pp. 1-9.
SCHLEGEL, C., et al, 2018. Evolution of a level I pediatric trauma center: Changes in injury mechanisms and improved outcomes. Surgery, 163(5), pp. 1173-1177.
SENER, M.T., et al, 2018. Physical Findings Mimicking Sexual Abuse in a Drowning Patient Who Was Treated in the Intensive Care Unit: A Report on a Fatal Case. American Journal of Forensic Medicine & Pathology.
SHARP, S.R., et al, 2018. Head imaging in suspected non accidental injury in the paediatric population. In the advent of volumetric CT imaging, has the skull X-ray become redundant? Clinical radiology, 73(5), pp. 449-453.
SMITH, T.D., et al, 2018. Anogenital Findings in 3569 Pediatric Examinations for Sexual Abuse/Assault. Journal of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology, 31(2), pp. 79-83.
SMITT, H.S., et al, 2018. Severe caries are a clue for child neglect: a case report. Journal of Medical Case Reports [Electronic Resource], 12(1), pp. 109.
STEPHENSON, L.A., et al, 2018. Perinatal interventions for mothers and fathers who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Child abuse & neglect, 80, pp. 9-31.
VAN DER PUT, C.E., et al, 2018. Identifying Effective Components of Child Maltreatment Interventions: A Meta-analysis. Clinical Child & Family Psychology Review, 21(2), pp. 171-202.
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