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NCJ Number: 50029 Add to Shopping cart Find in a Library
Title: PROTECTIVE SERVICES TO ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES
Corporate Author: University of Denver
Graduate School of Social Work
United States of America
Editor(s): A G ZAPHIRIS
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 450
Sponsoring Agency: University of Denver
Denver, CO 80210
US Dept of Health, Education, and Welfare
Washington, DC 20024
Grant Number: 46P90034/8-01
Sale Source: University of Denver
Graduate School of Social Work
University Park
Denver, CO 80210
United States of America
Type: Conference Material
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: TRAINING IN THE DELIVERY OF PROTECTIVE SERVICES TO ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES WAS THE FOCUS OF A NATIONAL CONFERENCE. TRANSCRIPTS OF THE PRESENTED PAPERS ARE INCLUDED.
Abstract: THE INSTITUTE WAS PART OF A PROJECT SPONSORED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE TO ESTABLISH A FOUNDATION FOR A NATIONAL SYSTEM OF PROGRAMS THAT ENHANCE THE SPECIALIZED TRAINING NEEDED BY SUPERVISORY AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT PERSONNEL IN SOCIAL AGENCIES AND RELATED FIELDS WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES. FORMAL PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS AT THE INSTITUTE COVERED THE FOLLOWING GENERAL AREAS RELATED TO PROTECTIVE SERVICES: COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY, RESEARCH PRACTICE, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DILEMMAS, THE PEDIATRICIAN'S CONSULTATIVE ROLE BEYOND DIAGNOSIS, THE HOSPITAL-BASED APPROACH, THE SOCIAL SERVICE-BASED APPROACH, AND LEGAL IMPLICATIONS. SPECIFIC CONSIDERATION WAS GIVEN TO THE ROLE OF PREELEMENTARY AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS AND/OR ADMINISTRATORS IN CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT SERVICES, THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE, THE AMERICAN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PLANNING FOR CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY, MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS OF CHILD ABUSE, PSYCHODYNAMIC ASPECTS OF ABUSING PARENTS, TREATMENT MODALITIES, THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ABUSED CHILD, THE HEALTH-BASED CHILD PROTECTION UNITS STUDY OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS, PREDICTIVE STUDIES (PRENATAL, PERINATAL, AND POSTNATAL), AND METHODOLOGIES INVOLVED IN DISSEMINATING KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TO ADULT LEARNERS INVOLVED IN TEACHING ABOUT SERVICES THAT REDUCE CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT. THE PAPERS DO NOT INCLUDE REFERENCES OR SUPPORTING DATA. (DEP)
Index Term(s): Child abuse; Child abuse prevention training; Crime prediction; Crimes against children; Juvenile dependency and neglect; Planning; Research; Services; Social work; Socioculture; Sociology
Note: OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE TRAINING OF TRAINERS, DENVER, COLORADO, DECEMBER 16-20, 1974
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