By Angelo P. Giardino MD, PhD, MPH, Michelle A. Lyn MD, Eileen R. Giardino RN, PhD, FNP-BC (auth.), Angelo P. Giardino, Michelle A. Lyn, Eileen R. Giardino (eds.)
A useful advisor to the evaluate of kid actual Abuse and Neglect
Edited via Angelo P. Giardino, Michelle Lyn, and Eileen R. Giardino
The effect of kid maltreatment on sufferers, households, and society—from quick treatment and criminal providers to long term psychological wellbeing and fitness care and legislation enforcement—cannot be understated. And it is still a serious challenge inspite of expanding public information and stricter legislation. to take care of with turning out to be physique of execs staying knowledgeable in this topic, the second one version of A functional consultant to the overview of kid actual Abuse and Neglect assists the reader in spotting abuse/neglect (exclusive of sexual abuse) in young children and formative years, and picking its volume. Illustrated with medical images, the Guide info systematic assessment strategies, explains the projects of an review staff, and expands and updates the information base in those and different significant areas:
- Specific accidents, together with burns, bruises, fractures, head and stomach injuries.
- Malnourishment and different kinds of neglect.
- Medical baby abuse (previously referred to as Munchausen Syndrome by way of Proxy).
- Maltreatment of kids with unique wellbeing and fitness care needs.
- Domestic companion violence.
- Prevention innovations, psychosocial evaluation, collaborations with legislations enforcement and the courts, and more.
The new version of the functional advisor to the review of kid actual Abuse and Neglect bargains specialist info worthy to practitioners throughout specialist domain names: public overall healthiness pros in maternal and baby wellbeing and fitness and faculty settings; physicians and nurses; medical social staff, baby psychologists, and faculty psychologists; legal professionals and legislations enforcement personnel.
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He describes three stages of potential impact that maltreatment may have on the child: (a) initial reactions that include post-traumatic stress, alterations in normal development, painful affect, and cognitive distortions; (b) accommodation to ongoing abuse, including coping behaviors intended to increase safety and/or decrease pain; and (c) long-term effects and ongoing accommodation that reﬂect on the initial reactions and accommodations and that are rooted in the ongoing coping responses (Briere, 1992).
Black abused and neglected children showed signiﬁcantly increased rates of violent arrests compared with black children who were not maltreated. 8%. 8. , 49% overall). 5 years of age). , 2009). Furthermore, childhood victimization increased the risk for the following: physical and sexual assault, kidnapping, being stalked, having a family friend murdered, or having a family friend commit suicide. Early work in the ﬁeld of child abuse and neglect estimated that approximately 25–35% of children subjected to all forms of child abuse will go on to abuse their own children as compared to controls who were not abused (Kaufman & Ziegler, 1987).
S. Department of Health and Human Services. Administration for Children and Families. Child Maltreatment 2006. 2 Child maltreatment trends. Finkelhor and Jones (2008), used with permission. L. 108-36). S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2009). 3). The NIS-4 uses data gathered from a nationally representative sample of 122 counties. 3 Levels of recognition of child abuse and neglect. S. Department of Health and Human Services. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children, Youth and Families, Administration for Children and Families.
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