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NSPCC, Mar 2019. Child protection podcasts.
NSPCC Learning has launched the first in a series of podcasts covering child protection issues. The first podcast focuses on Together for Childhood, a ten-year evidence-informed programme that brings families and local partners together to make communities safer for children…
Scottish Government, Mar 2019. Child protection improvement programme: update #11.
National Child Protection Leadership Group last met on 16 January 2019. Minutes from the October 2018 meeting will be published shortly and will be available on the Scottish Government website...
NSPCC, Feb 2019. Child deaths due to abuse or neglect: statistics briefing.
Scottish Government, Feb 2019. Protecting children and young people: child protection committee and chief officer responsibilities.
NSPCC, Feb 2019. Working with the health sector: harmful sexual behaviour (HSB).
NICE, Feb 2019. Child abuse and neglect: quality standard QS179.
National FGM Centre, Mar 2019. Exploring concerns around child abuse linked to faith or belief: guidance for organisations working with children and families.
Scottish Government, Mar 2019. Children’s social work statistics 2017-2018.
Barnardo’s Scotland, Mar 2019. Public understanding of child sexual exploitation.
Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse, Mar 2019. Medical examinations: scoping review and practitioner resource.
Health Scotland, Mar 2019. Gender based violence, domestic abuse: what health workers need to know.
AGRAVAT, P., et al, 2019. "You just know something's not right" - what makes primary healthcare professionals suspect child abuse? A qualitative study. Education for Primary Care, 1-2.
ASSINK, M., et al, 2019. Risk factors for child sexual abuse victimization: A meta-analytic review. Psychological bulletin.
BECHTEL, K., et al, 2019. Characteristics That Distinguish Abusive From Nonabusive Causes of Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths. Pediatric emergency care.
BERGER, R.P. and LINDBERG, D.M., 2019. Early Recognition of Physical Abuse: Bridging the Gap between Knowledge and Practice. Journal of Pediatrics, 204, pp. 16-23.
BERTHOLD, O., et al, 2019. Do we get the message through? Difficulties in the prevention of abusive head trauma. European journal of pediatrics, 178(2), pp. 139-146.
BROWN, S.M., et al, 2019. The co-occurrence of adverse childhood experiences among children investigated for child maltreatment: A latent class analysis. Child abuse & neglect, 87, pp. 18-27.
CARDONA, L. and ASNES, A.G., 2019. Disclosure of caregiver-fabricated illness to a child: A team-based approach to communicating with pediatric patients. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry.
DAVIS, P., et al, 2019. 40 years of fabricated or induced illness (FII): where next for paediatricians? Paper 1: epidemiology and definition of FII. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 104(2), pp. 110-114.
ELLONEN, N., et al, 2019. The use of the Brief Child Abuse Potential Inventory in the general population in Finland. Scandinavian journal of primary health care, 1-7.
FRANCHINO-OLSEN, H., 2019. Vulnerabilities Relevant for Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children/Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: A Systematic Review of Risk Factors. Trauma Violence & Abuse.
GARSTANG JJ. SIDEBOTHAM P., 2019. Qualitative analysis of serious case reviews into unexpected infant deaths. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 104(1), pp. 30-36.
GLASER, D. and DAVIS, P., 2019. 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, 104(1), pp. 7-11.
GUNDA, D., et al, 2019. Pediatric Central Nervous System Imaging of Nonaccidental Trauma: Beyond Subdural Hematomas. Radiographics, 39(1), pp. 213-228.
HARDING, L., et al, 2019. The role of the school nurse in protecting children and young people from maltreatment: An integrative review of the literature. International journal of nursing studies, 92, pp. 60-72.
HYMEL, K.P., et al, 2019. Estimating the probability of abusive head trauma after abuse evaluation. Child abuse & neglect, 88, pp. 266-274.
IMRAN, S., et al, 2019. Association between socioeconomic status and risk of hospitalization due to child maltreatment in the USA. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 67(2), pp. 346-349.
JAUREGUI, J.J., et al, 2019. Spine Injuries in Child Abuse. Journal of pediatric orthopedics, 39(2), pp. 85-89.
KARMAZYN, B., et al, 2019. The added value of a second read by pediatric radiologists for outside skeletal surveys. Pediatric radiology, 49(2), pp. 203-209.
KENNY, M.C., et al, 2019. Increasing Child Serving Professionals' Awareness and Understanding of the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 1-18.
KITA, S., et al, 2019. A Follow-Up Study on the Continuity and Spillover Effects of Intimate Partner Violence During Pregnancy on Postnatal Child Abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
KLEINSCHMIDT, A., 2019. Child Maltreatment Red Flags: Two Cases of Bruising in Premobile Infants. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 33(1), pp. 92-96.
MACFIE, J. and KURDZIEL, G., 2019. The Experience of Maltreatment in Young Children Whose Mothers Have Borderline Personality Disorder: Reflections in Their Narrative Representations. Journal of personality disorders, 1-15.
MANKAD, K., et al, 2019. The neuroimaging mimics of abusive head trauma. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 23(1), pp. 19-30.
MASON-JONES, A.J. and LOGGIE, J., 2019. Child sexual exploitation. An analysis of serious case reviews in England: poor communication, incorrect assumptions and adolescent neglect. Journal of Public Health.
MITCHELL, P.D., et al, 2019. Multicentre study of physical abuse and limb fractures in young children in the East Anglia Region, UK. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
O'HARA, M.A., 2019. The infant with bilateral skull fractures: diagnostic considerations in consultation with a child abuse pediatrician. Journal of Injury & Violence Research, 11(1), pp. 15-20.
PAINE, C.W., et al, 2019. Prevalence of Abuse Among Young Children With Rib Fractures: A Systematic Review. Pediatric emergency care, 35(2), pp. 96-103.
PETSKA, H.W., et al, 2019. Occult drug exposure in young children evaluated for physical abuse: An opportunity for intervention. Child abuse & neglect, 88, pp. 412-419.
PIERCE, M.C., 2019. If You Build It, Will They Come? Getting Medical Professionals to Use the Bridge of Evidence for Improved Recognition of Physical Child Abuse. Journal of Pediatrics, 204, pp. 13-15.
RUEST, S., et al, 2019. The Prevalence of Rib Fractures Incidentally Identified by Chest Radiograph among Infants and Toddlers. Journal of Pediatrics, 204, pp. 208-213.
SIVASUNDARAM, L., et al, 2019. Demographics and Risk Factors for Non-Accidental Orthopedic Trauma. Clinical paediatrics.
TEEUW, A.H., et al, 2019. Screening for child abuse using a checklist and physical examinations in the emergency department led to the detection of more cases. Acta Paediatrica, 108(2), pp. 300-313.
TIYYAGURA, G., et al, 2019. A Qualitative Study Examining Stakeholder Perspectives of a Local Child Abuse Program in Community Emergency Departments. Academic paediatrics.
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WARMINGHAM, J.M., et al, 2019. Identifying maltreatment subgroups with patterns of maltreatment subtype and chronicity: A latent class analysis approach. Child abuse & neglect, 87, pp. 28-39.
WICKRAMASINGHE, Y., et al, 2019. The adverse childhood experiences checklist: Can it serve as a clinical and quality indicator? Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health.
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