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eBook Severely ill-treated young children in north-east Wiltshire (Research reports / University of Oxford. Unit of Clinical Epidemiology) ePub
ISBN: 0950410705
ISBN13: 978-0950410708
Publisher: Oxford University Unit of Clinical Epidemiology (1974)
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Severely ill-treated young children in North-East Wiltshire. Appendix 1 of Severely Ill-Treated Young Children in North-East Wilts.

Severely ill-treated young children in North-East Wiltshire. 2. Baldwin, J. A. and Oliver J. E. (1975). Oxford University Unit of Clinical Epidemiology, Oxford Regional Health AuthorityGoogle Scholar.

Child Abuse, a Reader and Sourcebook, Open University Press, Milton Keynes. The Maltreatment of Children, MTP Press Lt. Lancaster.

Epidemiology and family characteristics of severely-abused children

Epidemiology and family characteristics of severely-abused children. cle{ogyAF, title {Epidemiology and family characteristics of severely-abused children. author {John A. Baldwin and John E. Oliver}, journal {British journal of preventive & social medicine}, year {1975}, volume {29 4}, pages {. 205-21 } }. John A. Baldwin, John E. Oliver. Severe child abuse in north-east Wiltshire was studied retrospectively during the period 1965-71, and prospectively for 18 months from January 1972, after a period of consultative activity with those actively involved to increase awareness of the phenomenon. Severe abuse was strictly defined.

Treated Children in North East Wiltshire. I concur fully with the main findings of the America on a commission basis. If interested, please. Baby battering occurs contact Dr. D. Lesser, Director, New York University. alongside a constellation of other social inadequacies, Film Library, at the address given below. or failure of adaptation, rather than in isolation'.

2. Cardiovascular disease in chronic kidney disease (and particularly the effect lowering of LDL cholesterol, the relevance of blood pressure and FGF23) 3. The public health implications of obesity and diabetes and chronic kidney disease.

Oxford University Unit of Clinical Epidemiology and Oxford Regional Health Authority. Roberts, . Lynch, M. & Golding, J. (1980) Postneonatal mortality in children from abusing families.

Infants and children in Niger had significantly more general danger signs (P. .Clinical officers and nurses comprise the two levels of health workers at first-level facilities in Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania.

Infants and children in Niger had significantly more general danger signs (P<0. 001), such as a history of/or convulsions, an inability to drink or breastfeed, and lethargy or unconsciousness, than in Uganda or the United Republic of Tanzania. Legal constraints to management of severely ill children at first-level health facilities. Management of patients at first-level health facilities where referral is difficult or impossible depends on the permitted functions of the health workers.

Children in North-east Wilts. The Lane Committee was. specifically. spastics and severely subnormal children, from a multiplicity of causes, when the spasticity (or mental handicap) originated from a battering episode months or years previously; deaths from pneumonia, bron-chitis, or bronchiolitis with iprevious indica-. tions of minor or major bruising or neglect. The above examples all occurred in known problem families with actively illbtreated and.

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