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Scottish Government, 2018. Child protection improvement programme: update #7.
Work continues on delivering the recommendations which emerged from the first Phase of the Child Protection Improvement Programme (CPIP). The Programme includes work on Neglect; Child Sexual Exploitation; Child Trafficking; Child Internet Safety; Children’s Hearings; Inspections; Leadership; and, Data and Evidence.
Conference Announcement: Children in Scotland: Child and adolescent mental health and wellbeing in the digital age. 29th May 2018, Glasgow.
Chaired by Bruce Adamson, Children and Young People’s Commissioner (Scotland), this conference will explore the various risks and opportunities offered to children and young people growing up in the digital age. It will not only look at ensuring children and young people’s safety and protection online, but more broadly, at how we can best support their development into ethical, critical, responsible and engaged citizens – both in the online and offline world.
University of Salford & European Roma Rights Centre, 2018. A preliminary account of child protection practice with Romani and Traveler children in England. Budapest: RRC
May-Chahal, C. & Palmer, E., 2018. Rapid evidence assessment: characteristics and vulnerabilities of victims of online-facilitated child sexual abuse and exploitation. Lancaster: Lancaster University.
Safeguarding Board of Northern Ireland, 2018. Learning from case management reviews under SBNI. Belfast: SBNI.
Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology, 2018. Research briefing: parental alcohol misuse and children. London: Houses of Parliament.
Lovett, J., Coy, M. & Kelly, L., 2018. Deflection, denial & disbelief: social and political discourse about child sexual abuse and their influence on institutional responses: a rapid evidence assessment. London: IICSA.
HM Government, 2018. Reporting and acting on child abuse and neglect: summary of consultation responses and Government action. London: TSO.
Barlow, J., 2018. Impact and evidence insights: carrying out evaluations with families facing adversity. NSPCC.
Early Intervention Foundation, 2018. EIF Sector Briefing: Why reducing parental conflict matters for the NHS. EIF.
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ASIEGBUNAM, N., 2018. Introducing routine enquiry about domestic violence in a paediatric setting. Archives of Disease in Childhood Education & Practice, 103(1), pp. 41-42.
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BLASINGAME, G.D., 2018. Risk Assessment of Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities Who Exhibit Sexual Behavior Problems or Sexual Offending Behavior. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 1-17.
BOURNE, J., 2018. Guarding against female genital mutilation. Primary Health Care, 28(1), pp. 18-18.
BROWN, J.B., et al, 2018. Characterizing injury severity in non-accidental trauma: Does injury severity score miss the mark? The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery.
COHEN, P., et al, 2018. The reality of FGM in the UK. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 103(3), pp. 305.
DEBELLE, G.D., et al, 2018. Abusive head trauma and the triad: a critique on behalf of RCPCH of 'Traumatic shaking: the role of the triad in medical investigations of suspected traumatic shaking'. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
DION, J., et al, 2018. Child Maltreatment Among Children With Intellectual Disability in the Canadian Incidence Study. American Journal on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, 123(2), pp. 176-188.
ELIZABETH MORRISON, S., et al, 2018. Children's Disclosure of Sexual Abuse: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Research Exploring Barriers and Facilitators. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 1-19.
GHANEM, M.A.H., et al, 2018. A descriptive study of accidental skeletal injuries and non-accidental skeletal injuries of child maltreatment. Journal of Forensic & Legal Medicine, 54, pp. 14-22.
GREENBAUM, V.J., et al, 2018. A Short Screening Tool to Identify Victims of Child Sex Trafficking in the Health Care Setting. Pediatric Emergency Care, 34(1), pp. 33-37.
HARRIS, J.C., 2018. The mouth and maltreatment: safeguarding issues in child dental health. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
HOEHN, E.F., et al, 2018. Identification and Evaluation of Physical Abuse in Children. Pediatric Annals, 47(3), pp. e97-e101.
HOYTEMA VAN KONIJNENBURG,EVA M M., et al, 2018. Follow-up protocol was useful for children whose parents attended emergency departments after partner violence, substance abuse or a suicide attempt. Acta Paediatrica, 107(1), pp. 110-120.
HUDNUT-BEUMLER, J., et al, 2018. How to Convince Parents to Stop Spanking Their Children. Clinical Pediatrics, 57(2), pp. 129-136.
KVIST, T., et al, 2018. Oral health in children investigated by Social services on suspicion of child abuse and neglect. Child Abuse & Neglect, 76, pp. 515-523.
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METHENY, N.A. and MEERT, K.L., 2018. Water Intoxication and Child Abuse. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 44(1), pp. 13-18.
MOYNIHAN, M., et al, 2018. A systematic review of the state of the literature on sexually exploited boys internationally. Child Abuse & Neglect, 76, pp. 440-451.
MULDER, T.M., et al, 2018. Risk factors for child neglect: A meta-analytic review. Child Abuse & Neglect, 77, pp. 198-210.
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