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06 Jul 2022 - Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
In 2021, we assessed a webpage every one-and-a-half minutes. Every two minutes, that webpage showed a child being sexually abused. In 2021, we assessed 361,062 reports and 7 in 10 (252,194 reports) of those led us to finding imagery online of...
18 May 2022 - European Journal of Social Work Volume 25, 2022 - Issue 3
Supervision is promoted as an essential element of effective professional practice in social work. Its benefits include promoting reflective social work and assisting with the management of the emotions generated in challenging practice. This...
09 May 2022 - Journal of Child Sexual Abuse Volume 30, 2021 - Issue 6: Special Issue on Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking
This study aimed to assess whether, and to what extent, the commercial sexual exploitation of female adolescents placed in residential care predicted different manifestations of an altered sense of self in emerging adulthood while considering the...
05 May 2022 - World Health Organisation (WHO)
This report on obesity in the WHO European Region is published by the WHO European Office for Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases.
04 May 2022 - BBC News
Nearly 300 probable cases of children with severe hepatitis have been detected in 20 countries worldwide, with some in South East Asia, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.
28 Apr 2022 - J Intellect Disabil Res .
Background: The COVID-19-related restrictions hampered habitual physical activity (PA), particularly affecting the more vulnerable, such as people with Down syndrome (DS). The study aimed to investigate changes in PA, sedentary behaviour (SB) and...
28 Apr 2022 - Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma
Research has shown that children and adolescents suffering from posttraumatic stress often have negative posttraumatic cognitions such as negative appraisals of the trauma sequel that increase mental health problems. However, little is known about...
26 Apr 2022 - The British Journal of social work
Low-income mothers face disproportionately high risks of engaging with statutory child protection systems. Whilst this is often perceived as a result of poor or irresponsible parenting practices, an increasing body of scholarship foregrounds the...
26 Apr 2022 - The British Journal of social work
Low-income mothers face disproportionately high risks of engaging with statutory child protection systems. Whilst this is often perceived as a result of poor or irresponsible parenting practices, an increasing body of scholarship foregrounds the...
21 Apr 2022 - International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy and Practice volume 5, pages133–154 (2022)
Research shows that parents with a history of child abuse are at risk of perpetuating the cycle of abuse; however, exploration of intervention content is still a neglected area. This qualitative study identifies intervention components and...