ISPCANInternational Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
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Por su parte, el ISPCAN Child Abuse Screening Tool-Parent version--ICAST-P--Runyan et al.
2009) desarrollaron el ISPCAN Child Abuse Screening Tool Children's Version--ICAST-C--que, al igual que los anteriores fue traducido a siete idiomas y validado en paises diferentes para ser aplicado a ninos entre los 12 y los 18 anos de edad.
Segun la ISPCAN Mental Health Curriculum Task Force (2008) los metodos mas utilizados y aceptados en la evaluacion clinica son: las entrevistas clinicas estructuradas y semiestructuradas, las pruebas estandarizadas y las observaciones del patron de la interaccion (en el contexto clinico, en casa y en escuela).
Con relacion a este problema, supone un avance considerable el desarrollo de instrumentos de evaluacion sobre los distintos tipos de maltrato y abuso infantil, que se han desarrollado bajo el auspicio de la ISPCAN (Dunne et al.
and "Should ISPCAN partner with another organization [at that time ChildHelp], for the potential financial benefit?
But more probably, neither came to fruition during that significant period of time because ISPCAN wasn't sure how to collaborate and, more importantly, what the organization could give and what it needed to receive.
I'll mail my contact information to familiarize the salesman with my organization and I will encourage him to introduce ISPCAN when he works with my potential members, which should add to his credibility in our field.
It is encouraging that ISPCAN is equipping many nations to deal with these challenges.
RIYADH: Students from leading local schools in the capital had a free and frank discussion with four government ministers during the youth session on the third day of the Arab ISPCAN Regional Conference on Child Protection.
This was one of the recommendations made at the concluding session of the Third Arab ISPCAN Regional Conference on Child Protection: Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect in the Arab Countries yesterday.
In the "Ninth Edition of World Perspectives on Child Abuse," published by the XVIII International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) International Congress, the publication reveals in the results of a small survey among ISPCAN partner countries by Lutz Goldbeck and Lil Tonmyr, that at the time of print (2010) Turkey did not have a national data collection program for tracking child abuse and neglect.
Along with ISPCAN, there are other data collection agencies carrying out studies to determine the needs and problems of CAN sponsored by the European Union or the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).