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Engaging Urban Families in Child Mental Health Care

To watch this presentation for continuing education credit and to download handouts, please visit www.effectivechildtherapy.fiu.edu. In this overview, Dr. Mary McKay describes the challenges…
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A woman whose son died of cystic fibrosis in 2009 successfully sued on Thursday to get his younger brother, now 11, on the adult waiting list for a lung transplant.A woman whose son died of cystic fibrosis in 2009 successfully sued on Thursday to get his younger brother, now 11, on the adult waiting list for a lung transplant.


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Global Child Health: Lessons and Visions

Presentations from: 5th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care June 24, 2007, Geneva Switzerland Giorgio Tamburlini, Italy

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Child Abuse 2E: Quick Reference for Healthcare, Social Service, and Law Enforcement Professionals

Child Abuse 2E: Quick Reference for Healthcare, Social Service, and Law Enforcement Professionals

Child Abuse Quick Reference, Second Edition is completely updated, new chapters and images make this required reading for anyone who is involved in identifying, interpreting, and reporting child abuse cases. Medical professionals, social workers, attorneys, law enforcement personnel, and others will find that this quick reference is unquestionably the best field reference available on child maltreatment and abuse. This widely popular, convenient, and comprehensive field guide contains the latest research and information on the subject of child maltreatment. Approaching the wide range of issues from a multidisciplinary perspective, this pocket-sized reference is perfect for professionals who face cases of abuse beyond their office walls. With the guidance of the step-by-step procedures included in this publication, frontline professionals can quickly access the information they need to properly identify, interpret, document, and report children who are at-risk or have suffered abuse. Explicit instructions are provided for performing thorough examinations, assessing lab and radiological studies, conducting effective interviews, and writing competent reports that will survive courtroom scrutiny. Every topic is designed to equip professionals with the tools needed to effectively handle the complexities of today s child abuse cases.

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“There is something bad happening to our children in family courts today that is causing them more harm than drugs, more harm than crime and even more harm than child molestation”. – Judge Watson L. White, Superior Court Judge, Georgia “There is no system ever devised by mankind that is guaranteed to rip husband and wife or father, mother and child apart so bitterly than our present Family Court System.” – Judge Brian Lindsay, Retired Supreme Court Judge, New York Violations of Federal Law on Judicial Determinations: -Violation CFR Sec 1356.21(d): Documentation of Judicial Determinations (Must be supported by EXPLICIT evidence) (1) The judicial determinations regarding contrary to the welfare, reasonable efforts to prevent removal, and reasonable efforts to finalize the permanency plan in effect, including judicial determinations that reasonable efforts are not required, must be explicitly documented and must be made on a case-by-case basis and so stated in the court order. (2) Neither affidavits nor nunc pro tunc orders will be accepted as verification documentation in support of reasonable efforts and contrary to the welfare judicial determinations. (3) Court orders that reference State law to substantiate judicial determinations are NOT acceptable, even if State law provides that a removal must be based on a judicial determination that remaining in the home would be contrary to the child’s welfare or that removal can only be ordered after reasonable efforts have been
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According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), 215 million children in the world are denied their rights to food, education, health care and housing, violated everyday as they are exposed to appalling and illegal working conditions. Follow our Facebook on: www.facebook.com Follow our Twitter on: twitter.com

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Child Fatality Review Quick Reference: For Healthcare, Social Service, and Law Enforcement Professionals

Child Fatality Review Quick Reference: For Healthcare, Social Service, and Law Enforcement Professionals

An essential and convenient guide for every member of your review team the Child Fatality Review Quick Reference is an ideal field guide completely devoted to establishing, maintaining, and improving child fatality review teams (CFRTs). With full-color clinical photos and various causes and manners of death and sections devoted to review procedures and team member roles, this pocket-sized edition is required reading for anyone involved in the child fatality review process. Photos illustrate abusive and accidental forms of death, including neglect, SUDS, suicide, burns, drowning, genetic diseases, and natural causes. This text is a vital tool for all members of a CFRT, and it can serve as a guide for anyone trying to form a new team.

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Shahid Afridi Suppoting Child Sports & Education Programme of Basic Human Rights.avi

Shahid Afridi and Wasim Akram launched the Child Sports & Education Programme of Basic Human Rights for the children of slum areas in Karachi Pakistan. The programme will provide access to basic education, s-ports coaching, food, clothing and basic health care. Sponsor a child now, help us in creating the stars of the future, call us on 0044 (0) 1274 738 456 or visit our website; www.basichumanrights.org.uk

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MANILA (Reuters) – The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday it was helping Cambodia investigate the cause of an unknown disease that has killed at least 60 children under seven years old, most of whom died within 24 hours of being admitted to hospital.

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