More than 40 experts have collaborated to provide the latest clinical data, research, and case studies in Cultures at Risk and Roles of Professionals, making it one of the most comprehensive child maltreatment resources available for interdisciplinary audiences.
The clinical portion of the text is accompanied by a photographic atlas in the back of the book, which includes more than 450 images and case histories on key topics, including police investigations, resources and settings, and prevention.
Peer-reviewed by experts in the field, Cultures at Risk and Roles of Professionals is a comprehensive resource to support health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals in their ongoing efforts to identify cultures at risk for maltreatment and support other professionals in the field.
Key Features and Benefits:
— New! Over 220 new photographs to help practicing professionals identify cultures at risk and the roles of professionals in the field of child maltreatment
— New! Two new chapters include: “From Crime Scene to Trial: Investigating and Prosecuting Cases of Child Maltreatment” and “Applying a Public Health Approach to Child Maltreatment”. “Risk of the Internet” has been completely revised to reflect the fast-paced growth of the role of technology in our society
— Combined clinical guide and photographic atlas for more convenience and easier access to information
— Multidisciplinary focus to support collaboration among health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals