Impact of physical abuse
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27 Jun 2022 - Guardian
Relatives and friends of the six victims will narrate their stories in a committee room at Portcullis HouseRelatives and friends of six children who died in Northern Ireland’s Troubles are to share their stories in a special presentation to MPs at...
25 May 2022 - BBC News
A man who murdered his partner's three-year-old son after inflicting more than 20 rib fractures over weeks of beatings has been jailed for at least 24 years.
29 Apr 2022 - BBC
Laura Castle said she "absolutely leathered" 13-month-old Leiland Corkill but denies murder.
06 Jul 2021 - BBC News
The compensation process for survivors of historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland is set to be reviewed. First Minister Paul Givan and Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill made the announcement about the HIA redress scheme on Monday.
“I don’t have fur to protect me”: Children’s experience of pain as communicated in forensic interviews following parental physical abuse
03 Jun 2021 - Children and Youth Services Review Volume 120, January 2021, 105420
Background Child maltreatment (CM) studies have contributed considerably to our understanding of the phenomenon epidemiology and consequences. However, the concept of children’s pain has been surprisingly understudied in CM studies. Objective The...
24 May 2021 - Trauma, Violence and Abuse (Vol.21, Iss.4), October 2020, pp 660-677
The aim of the systematic review described in this article was to determine the outcome of child maltreatment in long-term childcare and the scope of the evidence base in this area. Searches of 10 databases were conducted. Forty-nine documents...
30 Nov 2020 - The Independent
‘How can that possibly be right?’, asks Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham
27 Nov 2020 - Guardian
In films for C4 and now BBC London, Yinka Bokinni tells the story of the young people who were left with little support
What type of survey research questions are identified by adults as upsetting? A focus on child maltreatment
20 Oct 2020 - Child Abuse & Neglect
Abstract Background Research on child maltreatment is imperative to inform evidence-based prevention and intervention efforts. Nonetheless, researchers continue to face barriers due to the perceived sensitivity and possibility of harm when asking...
Early childhood deprivation is associated with alterations in adult brain structure despite subsequent environmental enrichment
31 Mar 2020 - PNAS
Millions of children worldwide live in nonfamilial institutions. We studied impact on adult brain structure of a particularly severe but time-limited form of institutional deprivation in early life experienced by children who were subsequently...