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Journal article
Schneiderman, J., Prindle, J., & Putnam-Hornstein, E.
08/23/2021
Infant Deaths From Medical Causes After a Maltreatment Report
PediatricsVolume 148, number 3
Infants reported for abuse or neglect had a risk of medical-related death almost twice as high as infants never reported. Periods of foster care placement were protective.
infant, medical-cause death, child protection
https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/pediatrics/early/2021/08/20/peds.2020-048389.full.pdf
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Conference paperWulczyn, F.09/16/2021The Changing Face of Foster CareNoneNone
This study explores how the foster care population in the US is shifting age-wise. Increasingly, children under the age of 1 represent a growing proportion of children admitted to care.
Infants, newborns, foster care, admission rates, urbanity
fcda.chapinhall.org
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Conference paperClaire Mason10/09/2021
Women and infants in care proceedings in England
Presentation at EUSARF
Vulnerable Birth Mothers and Recurrent Care Proceedings in England: Mixed Methods Study (2014-2018)
Mixed methods, repeat proceedings, age of children in care proceedings
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Conference paper
Infants, Toddlers and Child Protection, International Perspectives: Reasons for removal
09/03/2021
Infants, Toddlers and Child Protection, International Perspectives: Reasons for removal
EUSARF conference presentation
In this EUSARF presentation, Professor Ward discusses why infants are removed from the care of their birth parents.
Infants; removals; ethics; increasing rates
Coming
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Journal articleMagruder, J., & Berrick, J.D.02/08/2022
A longitudinal investigation of infants and out-of-home care
Journal of Public Child Welfare1-18
Examines infant placements( (n=5,789) over the course of childhood (18 years) to determine ultimate permanency outcomes.
infants, permanency, child protection, child welfare, foster care
https://doi.org/10.1080/15548732.2022.2036294
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Journal articleWise, S., Corrales. T. 11/29/2021
Discussion of the Knowns and Unknowns of Child Protection During Pregnancy in Australia
Australian Social Work
13 pages. doi:10.1080/0312407X.2021.2001835
Legislative provisions for accepting unborn child reports into the child protection system in Australia have coincided with a noticeable rise in the number of infants entering care. This article colla
child protection; pregnancy; unborn children; infant removals; out-of-home care
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0312407X.2021.2001835
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Journal articleWise, S. 05/20/2020
A Systems Model of Repeat Court-Ordered Removals: Responding to Child Protection Challenges Using a Systems Approach
The British Journal of Social Work
Volume 51, Issue 6, September 2021, Pages 2038–2060
Repeat removals, where parents lose successive infants and children to out-of-home care, is a systems problem requiring a systems approach to broaden our thinking and expand our choices for action. A
birth mother; child protection; out-of-home care; repeat removal; systems approach; systems thinking
https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcaa031
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