Emotion dysregulation is one of the most prevalent issues faced by survivors of child maltreatment
(Cloitre et al.
deaths in the US national child death review case reporting system.
Risk factors for child maltreatment
recurrence: An updated systematic review.
In 2010, in response to a rising number of cases of child maltreatment
in our region, the children's hospital nursing staff initiated the development of a hospital nursing practice guideline to assist nurses in caring for children at risk or exposed to maltreatment and neglect.
The ecosystemic theoretical framework is applied to child maltreatment
in the particular context of immigration.
When child maltreatment
occurs due to primary caregiver, the adolescents may develop confused personality and may perceive and respond to environment differently (Putnam, 2006).
is the leading cause of children needing to be taken into care, seriously damages educational prospects and leads to elevated levels of aggression, violence and criminal activity--68% of prison populations have been abused or neglected in childhood.
An ecological-transactional model of child maltreatment
Focusing on ways to build and promote the protective factors, in every interaction with children and families, is the best thing our community can do to prevent child maltreatment
and promote optimal child development.
Starting in 2002, a multidisciplinary team at Siriraj Hospital, one of the teaching hospitals in Bangkok, Thailand, developed a program of risk assessment and prevention of child maltreatment
among infants born to mothers who used methamphetamine during pregnancy.
5 million reports of child maltreatment
in 2009, of which 61.
Children/youth permanently removed from their parental home because of substantiated child maltreatment
are at an increased risk of a first presentation to the emergency department for suicide-related behavior.