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Child Abuse: Recognition and Response
Author:  
Rajeev Seth
 
RN Srivastava
 
Jagadeesh N
 
Shaibya Saldanha
 
Rajesh Sagar
 


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ISBN9789389776386
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2020
Pages92
Size 4.75"" x 6""
Cover TypePaperback
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 80 Grams
Quick Overview
This book provides an introduction of child abuse, its various forms and adverse health effects, concise chapters on clinical recognition and response to physical, sexual, emotional abuses and neglect. It contains a brief approach to trauma-informed care, medico-legal aspects, multidisciplinary team and case-based approach to learning.
Key Features
  • Prepared by the Indian Child Abuse Neglect and Child Labour (ICANCL) group under a project supported by UNICEF India.
  • The handbook aims to provide key understanding of the basic knowledge, current guidelines and standard operating protocols (SOP) for prompt recognition and management of survivors of child abuse by pediatricians and allied medical professionals.
  • Written in a concise format with flowcharts.
  • It shall be very useful for a busy pediatricians and allied medical professionals.
  • It will assist them in mandatory reporting and connecting the abused children and their families to the child protection systems.
  • This handbook is targeted as a resource and training guide for pediatricians, gynaecologists, psychiatrist, forensic medicine, psychologists, nurses, teachers, police, legal, policy programs, Government and Non-governmental organizations, frontline health and community workers.
Target Audience
  • Pediatricians, gynaecologists, psychiatrist, forensic medicine, psychologists, nurses, teachers, police, legal, policy programs, Government and Non-governmental organizations, frontline health and community workers
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