Casey Mullins and Anneke Olson have papers that will be published soon - congratulations to both
The COVID-19 pandemic has drawn greater attention to the plight of abused and neglected children.
For victims of sexual assault, high-quality health care provided by sexual assault nurse examiners (SANEs) is associated with improved health and prosecutorial outcomes.
One year into the pandemic and despite the hardships and health risks, health care professionals around the globe continue to provide life-saving medicine, care for the most vulnerable, and treat all patients facing COVID-19.
Meta-analytic, population cohort, prospective, and clinical studies provide systematic evidence that child sexual abuse accounts for unique variation in several deleterious outcomes.
Educators play a critical role in our communities, but lately—and increasingly— they are burdened with responsibilities more appropriate for other members of the community, such as counselors, social workers, nurses and community organizers.
Among the innumerable effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on family services, many states have reported a dramatic decrease, some up to 30-40%, in the number of reports to child protective services.
A pod cast featuring Sarah Font
Congratulations to Lani Rosenbaum and Janiyah Davis on receiving this award for 21-22.
Researchers investigated the association between childhood maltreatment and salivary C-reactive protein