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ISPCAN Child Abuse Screening Tool Children's Version (ICAST-C): instrument development and multi-national pilot testing.
Os protocolos de terapia cognitivo-comportamental (TCC) para criancas e adolescentes vitimas de violencia sexual estao de acordo com as referidas diretrizes (WHO & ISPCAN, 2006) e apresentam resultados efetivos na reducao de sintomas comuns em vitimas, tais como depressao e ansiedade (Cohen, Mannarino, & Knudsen, 2005; Deblinger, Stauffer, & Steer, 2001; Compton et al.
The organizations goals are to increase awareness of the extent, the causes and possible solutions for all forms of child abuse; to disseminate academic and clinical research to those in positions to enhance practice and improve policy; to support international efforts to promote and protect the Rights of the Child; to improve the quality of current efforts to detect, treat and prevent child abuse; to facilitate the exchange of best practice standards being developed by ISPCAN members throughout the world, and to design and deliver comprehensive training programs to professionals and concerned volunteers engaged in efforts to treat and prevent child abuse.
Conclusion: The frequencies of negative childhood experiences for the last one year and for the life-long period were determined using ISPCAN child abuse screening tool in Turkey for the first time in three provinces and in such a large population.
The ISPCAN Child Abuse Screening Tool-Parent Version (ICAST-P) is a standard instrument for screening of child abuse developed by the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN).
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.
Speakers at the last session of the Third Arab ISPCAN Regional Conference on Child Protection: Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect in the Arab Countries said schools should ban corporal punishment and teach child rights.
Little is known about the effect of mandatory reporting on the prevention of child abuse and neglect (WHO and ISPCAN 2006).
Most recently, ISPCAN has collaborated with a range of partners to develop instruments to improve data collection on violence against children in the family and elsewhere.
7-10: ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect; International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect; Hong Kong, China; www.
According to Dr Hani Jahshan Secretary of the Conference and a member in ISPCAN from the National Institute for Forensic Medicine (NIFM), last year's statistics indicated that there were 540 reported cases in Jordan.
Paper presented at the ISPCAN Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.