Explores the issues involved in applying a public health approach together with a human rights perspective to healing and protecting infants.
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Child abuse prevention: what works? The effectiveness of home visiting programs for preventing child maltreatment
Produced by the former National Child Protection Clearinghouse
Child abuse prevention: what works? The effectiveness of parent education programs for preventing child maltreatment
Produced by the former National Child Protection Clearinghouse.
This paper investigates the effectiveness of child maltreatment prevention programs.
This paper provides a review of legislation and services delivered to Indigenous communities in Canada, the United States and New Zealand.
Explores the ease with which families can access child abuse and neglect prevention programs.
The merits of using mass media to advocate for children's rights, and raise awareness of and prevent child abuse.
Examines the role of the media in publicising child abuse and protection, and its contribution to public and political discourse about the topic.
Overview of the use and effectiveness of program evaluation in child abuse prevention.
Review of theoretical constructs relating to child abuse prevention, health promotion strategies and the development of healthy communities.