Henry Kempe (birth name Karl Heinz Kempe; April 26, 1922 in Breslau, Germany (now Wrocław, Poland) – March 8, 1984 in Hanauma Bay, Hawaii) was a pediatrician and the first in the medical community to identify and recognize child abuse. In 1962, Kempe and Brandt F. Steele published the paper, "The Battered Child Syndrome.
Ray Helfer, C. Henry Kempe, Lois Wille, et al. This title aims to provide an overview of battered-child syndrome using photographs of abused children, actual and simulated interviews with nurses, physicians, children and parents, and scenes from meetings of the Battered Child Team at the University of Colorado Medical Center. This program stresses the importance of recognizing that there are two victims - the child and the parent.
Kempe, C. Henry; Helfer, Ray . joint author.
First published in 1968, The Battered Child quickly became a landmark work
First published in 1968, The Battered Child quickly became a landmark work.
Ray E. Helfer, Charles Henry Kempe. It contains chapters on the current treatmen. More).
Jean Probinsky, 1978. University of Chicago Press, London.
Personal Name: Helfer, Ray . Personal Name: Kempe, C. Henry, 1922- joint author.
University of Chicago Press, (c)1974. Rubrics: Child abuse United States Child Abuse.
London: The University of Chicago Press. London: The University of Chicago Press.
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