Impact of child neglect

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28 Apr 2022 - BMC Psychology volume
Tattoos and piercings are becoming increasingly popular in many countries around the world. Individuals seeking such body modifications have reported diverse psychological motives. Besides purely superficial considerations, tattoos and piercings can...
13 Jan 2022 - Journal of Emergency Practice and Trauma, Volume 8, Issue 1, 2022, p. 32-36
Objective: People with a significant childhood history of abuse may exhibit emotional dysregulations and psychiatric disorders and, in some cases, present suicidal ideation. Methods: In this descriptive-analytical and cross-sectional study data were...
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.
11 Jun 2021 - Child Abuse and Neglect (Vol.104), June 2020
Looks at how exposure to neglect can compromise children's pragmatic skills (social language). Uses a small sample of neglected and non-neglected children to compare the behaviours of their parents: responsive, supportive, affective, and control...
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...
07 Apr 2021 - By Nuffield Foundation
All children need protection and nurture to develop and thrive, but those under five require particular support. The love and care provided by parents and caregivers lays the foundations for all future emotional, cognitive, and physical development...
18 Jan 2021 - Child Care Law Reporting Project
An interim care order (ICO) was granted in the Dublin District Court in respect of two children one of whom had to be admitted to a hospital’s intensive care unit with severe infection due to head lice and scabies.
01 Dec 2020 - University of Bristol
This policy report includes recommendations for staff in schools and social workers in child protection services, as well as broader messages for staff in other agencies that work closely with statutory services to safeguard children.
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...
15 Oct 2020 - Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership
Circumstances that led to this Serious Case Review 1.1. In September 2018 Child AG1 , then aged two and a half, presented at hospital severely malnourished and neglected. At the time of this presentation AG was in the care of his mother and father....