ISBN-10:
1878060287
ISBN-13:
9781878060280
Pub. Date:
01/08/1998
Publisher:
STM Learning, Inc.
Child Abuse Quick Reference 1E: For Healthcare, Social Service, and Law Enforcement Professionals / Edition 1

Child Abuse Quick Reference 1E: For Healthcare, Social Service, and Law Enforcement Professionals / Edition 1

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Overview

Sized for the on-the-go professional to carry in a pocket or a briefcase, Child Abuse
Quick-Reference is the perfect comprehensive field guide for identifying child abuse and
documenting an investigation.
Now frontline professionals can quickly access the information they need to identify and
report children who are at risk or have suffered abuse with the pocket-sized Child Abuse
Quick-Reference. Law enforcement, medical professionals, social workers, prosecuting
attorneys, teachers, and others can all benefit from this easy-to-use reference which explains
what to look for and what steps to take in identifying and reporting physical, sexual,
and emotional abuse. Provided lists describe indications of the widest range of
possible abuses.
Written by experts in various fields of child maltreatment, this practical guidebook walks
you through each step involved in an intervention. Explicit instructions are provided for
performing thorough examinations, assessing lab and radiologic studies, conducting
effective interviews, and writing competent reports that will survive courtroom scrutiny.
Every topic is designed to equip you with the tools needed to effectively handle the
complexities of today's child abuse cases.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781878060280
Publisher: STM Learning, Inc.
Publication date: 01/08/1998
Edition description: SPIRAL
Pages: 317
Product dimensions: 4.60(w) x 7.40(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Identifying, Interpreting, and
Reporting Injuries

Chapter 2 Radiology of Child Abuse

Chapter 3 Oral Injuries of Child Abuse

Chapter 4 Thoracoabdominal Injuries
Associated With Child Abuse

Chapter 5 Ophthalmic Manifestations of
Child Abuse

Chapter 6 Head Injury in Child Abuse

Chapter 7 Burns and Child Maltreatment

Chapter 8 Physical Examination in Sexual
Abuse

Chapter 9 Sexual Abuse-The Interview

Chapter 10 Sexually Transmitted Diseases in
Abused Children

Chapter 11 Poisoning

Chapter 12 Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

Chapter 13 Neglect and Abandonment

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Child Abuse Quick Reference 1E: For Healthcare, Social Service, and Law Enforcement Professionals 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although this is an excellent title, the updated version, Child Abuse Quick Reference 2E, ISBN 978-1-878060-60-0, is even better. All chapters have been updated, and new chapters and images make this required reading for anyone who is involved in identifying, interpreting, and reporting child abuse cases. Medical professionals, social workers, attorneys, law enforcement personnel, and others will find that this quick reference is unquestionably the best field reference available on child maltreatment and abuse. This widely popular, convenient, and comprehensive field guide contains the latest research and information on the subject of child maltreatment. Approaching the wide range of issues from a multidisciplinary perspective, this pocket-sized reference is perfect for professionals who face cases of abuse beyond their office walls. With the guidance of the step-by-step procedures included in this publication, frontline professionals can quickly access the information they need to properly identify, interpret, document, and report children who are at-risk or have suffered abuse. Explicit instructions are provided for performing thorough examinations, assessing lab and radiological studies, conducting effective interviews, and writing competent reports that will survive courtroom scrutiny. Every topic is designed to equip professionals with the tools needed to effectively handle the complexities of today's child abuse cases.