Using Routinely Collected Hospital Data for Child Maltreatment Surveillance: Issues, Methods and Patterns
- Reliability of Routinely Collected Hospital Data for Child Maltreatment Surveillance. McKenzie, Kirsten; Scott, Debbie A.; Waller, Garry S.; Campbell, Margaret // BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1
Background: Internationally, research on child maltreatment-related injuries has been hampered by a lack of available routinely collected health data to identify cases, examine causes, identify risk factors and explore health outcomes. Routinely collected hospital separation data coded using the...
- Women who sexually abuse children. Wilkins, Robert // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);5/5/90, Vol. 300 Issue 6733, p1153
Focuses on women sexually abusing children. Statistics of sexually abusive women; Details on common forms of abuse perpetrated by women; Reaction of physicians on the findings.
- SEXUAL MOLESTATIONS IN HOSPITALS. Cohen, Robert // Clinical Pediatrics;Dec1964, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p689
Comments on personal experiences with two children who were molested while patients in community hospitals in the United States. Lessons of physicians from handling the cases; Molestation of a girl following the tonsillectomy while still hospitalized; Precautions for the prevention of recurrence.
- Evaluating Child Sexual Abuse: Observations Regarding Ano-genital Injury. Claytor, Risa N.; Barth, Kristen L.; Shubin, Charles I. // Clinical Pediatrics;Sep1989, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p419
The records of 944 children who had been examined by one pediatrician for alleged sexual abuse were analyzed. Sixty-four percent of the females and 34 percent of the males had positive findings suggestive of ano-genital injury. The data indicated that in girls with no evidence of injury, the...
- Beyond "Survivor": How Childhood Sexual Abuse Informs the Identity of Adult Women at the End of the Therapeutic Process. Phillips, Alexis; Daniluk, Judith C. // Journal of Counseling & Development;Spring2004, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p177
A qualitative method was used to explore how adult women experienced their identity after extensive therapy to deal with childhood sexual abuse. Seven women shared their healing journeys and their perceptions of the role of the abuse in their current life and self-perceptions. Phenomenological...
- WOMEN ABUSE TOO. Valios, Natalie // Community Care;3/14/2002, Issue 1413, p28
Discusses issues on sexual abuse by women in Britain. Information on the Kaleidoscope project in Sunderland, England; Public perspective on sexual abuse by a female; Statistics on child sexual abuse victims.
- Circumcision Revisited: A Universal Practice. Boukari, Safoura A. // International Journal of Humanities & Social Science;Oct2011, Vol. 1 Issue 14, p51
Although many countries have officially banned different kinds of violence and discriminatory cultural practices and behaviors including the sexual exploitation of women, and children, Female genital cutting or circumcision has remained like Damocles' sword over the heads of young women, and...
- Psychological and Behavioural Characteristics of Females who Sexually Offend: Insights from Psychotherapeutic Work in New Zealand. Robson, Marlyn; Lambie, Ian // Sexual Abuse in Australia & New Zealand;May2013, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p33
Increasingly there is acknowledgement in our society that sexual abuse is perpetrated by females as well as male offenders. This paper describes a number of case studies of female sexual offenders and discusses their psychological and behavioural characteristics within the context of existing...
- GIRLS TODAY NEED MORE PROTECTION, NOT LESS. Bel Mooney // Daily Mail;11/18/2013, p8
THE girl was pitiful. I will never forget her pinched, pale face, the heavy shadows under eyes daubed with make-up, the lank hair falling to her shoulders, and a draggle-hemmed short skirt barely covering red and blue, scabby mottled legs.