Recognition of Child Abuse for the Mandated Reporter
James A. Monteleone
G.W. Medical Publishing, 1996 - Battered child syndrome - 275 pages
This book helps mandated professionals recognize child maltreatment, identify children at risk for abuse and neglect, and develop strategies for preventing and intervening in abuse situations. It covers physical, psychological, and sexual abuse, neglect, and legal aspects, and is an excellent resource for teachers, nurses, social workers, and law enforcement personnel.
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Identifying Physical Abuse
Reporting suspected abuse
Is it an abusive burn?
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Child Abuse and Neglect: An Interdisciplinary Method of Treatment
Snippet view - 1998