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1981 27
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1984 26
1985 39
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1987 39
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1990 70
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1998 72
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2004 94
2005 63
2006 72
2007 70
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2010 130
2011 102
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Child Marriages, Child Protection and Sustainable Development in Kenya: Is Legislation Sufficient?
Warria A. Afr J Reprod Health 2019. PMID 31433600
Child marriages in Kenya are rampant in rural areas. Child marriages are part of customary practices in communities where they are prevalent. Child marriages have also been used as a survival strategy by families. Child marriages compromise a child's development and threaten the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. ...
Child marriages in Kenya are rampant in rural areas. Child marriages are part of customary practices in communities where they
THINK OF THE CHILDREN: SEX SELECTION AND CHILD WELFARE.
Wong R and Gillett G. J Law Med 2015. PMID 26349376
It looks at whether the liberal autonomy framework is an adequate ethical basis for assessing sex selection and whether sex selection may raise ethical concerns about the nature of parenting and the welfare .of future children in the Australasian context. ...It concludes that in lieu of robust arguments in favour of sex selection and in light of the probable (or at least plausible) negative impact on the nature of parenting and the welfare of future children, the legal prohibition on social sex selection should be maintained in Australasia....
It looks at whether the liberal autonomy framework is an adequate ethical basis for assessing sex selection and whether sex selection may ra …
Child welfare workplace: the state of the workforce and strategies to improve retention.
Scannapieco M and Connell-Carrick K. Child Welfare 2007. PMID 18456981
Child welfare systems throughout the United States are being closely scrutinized as sensational cases appear in the media in nearly every state. ...Strategies are presented aimed at assisting states in ways to slow the turnover rate of workers in child welfare....
Child welfare systems throughout the United States are being closely scrutinized as sensational cases appear in the media in n
Shifting definitions of emotional maltreatment: an analysis child welfare investigation laws and practices in Canada.
Trocmé N, et al. Child Abuse Negl 2011. PMID 22015207
Through a review of legislation and child welfare investigation practices in Canada, this paper examines (1) whether Canadian child welfare services respond to EM with the same level of perseverance as with other forms of maltreatment and (2) the extent to which the introduction in 2008 of a more specific EM taxonomy distinguishes between EM and family problems that could lead to EM. ...While EM investigations were substantiated at a lower rate as other forms of maltreatment, a higher proportion of EM cases were referred for specialized services, kept open for on-going child welfare services, lead to an out of home placement, and lead to an application to child welfare court. ...
Through a review of legislation and child welfare investigation practices in Canada, this paper examines (1) whether Ca …
Normative analysis of the voice of children in Brazilian child protection legislation.
Bubadué RM, et al. Rev Gaucha Enferm 2017. PMID 28198942 Portuguese, English. Free article.
METHOD: Documentary normative analysis of Brazil's child protection legislation (1988-2012) based on the content analysis of nine texts, conducted in 2015. RESULTS: The legislation acknowledges and stresses the voice of children in the decision-making process in research and healthcare. ...
METHOD: Documentary normative analysis of Brazil's child protection legislation (1988-2012) based on the content analysis of n …
Child abuse and neglect. Influences of qualitative research and clinical practice on child-care legislation and policy.
Chorn R and Parekh A. Am J Psychother 1998. PMID 9742314
The current paper widens the scope of such observations to include the victim, as well as the offender, and examines the role of the therapist in mediating between intrapsychic and interpersonal priorities carried within the offense dynamics and socially and legally defined exigencies surrounding child abuse. ...
The current paper widens the scope of such observations to include the victim, as well as the offender, and examines the role of the therapi …
Special needs and child welfare: healing the child.
Lederman CS. Pediatr Dent 2007. PMID 17566535
Passage of the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 has placed the child at the center of the child welfare system. Courts bear the ultimate responsibility for the safety and well-being of these children, including those with disabilities. ...A multidisciplinary approach involving jurisprudence, science, and financing is required to bring about better compliance. Collaboration among legal, medical, dental, and child advocacy organizations is necessary for healing children in the welfare system to become a national imperative....
Passage of the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 has placed the child at the center of the child welfare system. C …
Judicial Reliance on Parental IQ in Appellate-Level Child Welfare Cases Involving Parents with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Callow E, et al. J Appl Res Intellect Disabil 2017. PMID 27891762
BACKGROUND: Parents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs) are over-represented in child welfare cases. Although IQ per se is an invalid indicator of parenting abilities, this study examined the prevalence of judicial consideration of parental IQ test evidence in US appellate cases. ...
BACKGROUND: Parents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs) are over-represented in child welfare cases. Altho …
Advocacy and leadership when parental rights and child welfare collide: the role of the advanced practice nurse.
Walton MK. J Pediatr Nurs 2002. PMID 11891494
A systematic, nonjudgmental, and empathic approach to gathering information, working with the family, welfare, and legal representatives is described. ...
A systematic, nonjudgmental, and empathic approach to gathering information, working with the family, welfare, and legal representati …
Supervision in tribal and state child welfare agencies: professionalization, responsibilities, training needs, and satisfaction.
MacEachron AE. Child Welfare 1994. PMID 8149774
Although tribal child welfare and family services have expanded substantially since the enactment of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978, little is known about tribal child welfare services or their personnel. This exploratory study compared supervisors from 11 tribal child welfare agencies and one state child welfare agency. Tribal and state supervisors reported similar levels of supervisory professionalization and satisfaction, but they differed in their ethnicity, their supervisory tasks, and their training needs. ...
Although tribal child welfare and family services have expanded substantially since the enactment of the Indian Child
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