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Déterminants sociaux de la santé et exercice de la parentalité : regard sur le vécu des parents ayant un trouble mental2016

​Marc Boily; Gilles Tremblay; Myreille St-Onge et Nicole Héon. (2016. Intervention (143) : 85-101. Extrait du résumé: Cet article a pour objectif de mettre en relief certains déterminants de la santé jouant un rôle prépondérant dans l’exercice du rôle parental dans ces conditions. Il présente les résultats d’une recherche visant à mieux comprendre ce qui aide et ce qui nuit à l’exercice du rôle parental chez les personnes ayant des troubles mentaux. Les résultats émanent d’une analyse de contenu de trente entrevues réalisées auprès de parents atteints d’un trouble mental recevant des services d’une clinique de psychiatrie

Implicit measures of child abuse and neglect: A systematic review2016


Claudia Camilo, Margarida Vaz Garrido, Maria Manuela Calheiros. Implicit measures of child abuse and neglect: A systematic review Volume 29 Pages 43-54 Publication Aggression and Violent Behavior. (2016)  Extrait de l'abstract : In this paper we review the research on child abuse and neglect using implicit measures. Using combinations of words related with child abuse and neglect, and with autonomic and affective variables assessed by the implicit measures, we have conducted a systematic review of 33 studies, and we examined the variables explored, the type of measures used and the results obtained. The research reviewed points out the importance of assessing parental representations in parent–child interactions and analyzing the differences between maltreating and non-maltreating parents. Specifically, physically abusive parents tend to show more difficulties in recognizing children's emotions, reveal more biases in their perceptions and attributions about children and behave more aggressively. LM

Language Problems Among Abused and Neglected Children2016

​Audette Sylvestre; Ève-Line Bussières et Caroline Bouchard. (2016). Child Maltreatment 21(1) : 47-58. Extrait de l'abstract : Results confirm that the language skills of children who have experienced abuse and/or neglect are delayed when compared to children who have not experienced abuse and/or neglect. Compared to older children, young children seem particularly vulnerable to abuse and neglect. No significant differences were demonstrated concerning the type of maltreatment suffered by the child.

Multilevel Developmental Perspectives on Child Maltreatment2016

​Special Issue du no de la revue Development and Psychopathology 27(4pt2) november 2015

Neighborhood-level social processes and substantiated cases of child maltreatment2016

​Molnar,  B.E., Goerge, R.M., Gilsanz, P., Hill, A., Subramanian, S.V., Holton, J.K., Beardslee, W.R. (2016). Neighborhood-level social processes and substantiated cases of child maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect, 51, 41-53. Extrait du résumé. La maltraitance envers les enfants est un problème important de santé publique. La recherche démontre que les facteurs structurels relatifs au quartier comme la pauvreté et le taux de criminalité peuvent avoir un effet significatif sur le nombre de victimes. La présente étude, basée sur des données sur la ville de Chicago, visait à déterminer les processus sociaux potentiellement modifiables qui pourraient également avoir un effet sur la maltraitance. Les facteurs structurels inclus étaient la pauvreté, les taux d’homicides et de vols ainsi que la variation du nombre d’enfants d’origine hispanique.

Parent Engagement in Supported Supervised Visitation in Child Welfare2016

​Jooree Ahn. Parent Engagement in Supported Supervised Visitation in Child Welfare. Thesis University University of Washington. (2016). Extrait de l'abstract : From June to November 2015, the University of Washington, School of Social Work partnered with Department of Social and Health Services, Children’s Administration and a visit provider agency in Pierce County, WA to conduct a pilot study of Strive, a parenting support program founded upon child welfare practice knowledge and research evidence on client engagement. The program is structured around supervised parent-child visits for families with children in out-of-home or foster care.

The role of collaborations in sustaining an evidence-based intervention to reduce child neglect2016

​Amy E. Green; Elise Trott; Cathleen E. Willging; Natalie K. Finn; Mark G. Ehrhartd et Gregory A. Aarons. (2016). Child Abuse & Neglect 53 : 4–16. No thématique : Issues and Solutions in the Implementation of Evidence-informed Child Welfare Practices - Extrait de l'abstract : A recent study found the evidence-based intervention (EBI) SafeCare® (SC) to significantly reduce child neglect recidivism rates. To fully capitalize on the effectiveness of such EBIs, service systems must engage in successful implementation and sustainment; however, little is known regarding what factors influence EBI sustainment. Collaborations among stakeholders are suggested as a means for facilitating EBI implementation and sustainment. This study combines descriptive quantitative survey data with qualitative interview and focus group findings to examine the role of collaboration within the context of public–private partnerships in 11 child welfare systems implementing SC.

The role of collaborations in sustaining an evidence-based intervention to reduce child neglect2016

​Amy E. Green; Elise Trott; Cathleen E. Willging; Natalie K. Finn; Mark G. Ehrhartd et Gregory A. Aarons. (2016). Child Abuse & Neglect 53 : 4–16. No thématique : Issues and Solutions in the Implementation of Evidence-informed Child Welfare Practices - Extrait de l'abstract : A recent study found the evidence-based intervention (EBI) SafeCare® (SC) to significantly reduce child neglect recidivism rates. To fully capitalize on the effectiveness of such EBIs, service systems must engage in successful implementation and sustainment; however, little is known regarding what factors influence EBI sustainment. Collaborations among stakeholders are suggested as a means for facilitating EBI implementation and sustainment. This study combines descriptive quantitative survey data with qualitative interview and focus group findings to examine the role of collaboration within the context of public–private partnerships in 11 child welfare systems implementing SC

Trajectories of maltreatment re-reports from ages 4 to 12: Evidence for persistent risk after early exposure. Child Maltreatment2016

​Proctor, L. J., Aarons, GA., Dubowitz, H., English, D., Lewis, T., Thompson, R., Roesch, SC. (2012). Trajectories of maltreatment re-reports from ages 4 to 12: Evidence for persistent risk after early exposure. Child Maltreatment, 17(3), 207-217. La présente étude examine les trajectoires de resignalement pour maltraitance des enfants de 4 à 12 ans  à risque élevé qui ont fait l’objet d’un premier signalement aux services de protection de l’enfance avant l’âge de 4 ans pour les mêmes raisons. Le but de cette étude était double; en premier lieu, les auteurs voulaient identifier les sous-groupes d’enfants en fonction de leurs trajectoires de resignalement en se basant sur le moment et la fréquence de ces derniers; d’autre part, ils souhaitaient déterminer les caractéristiques (évaluées au point de référence, à l’âge de quatre ans) qui permettaient de prédire les différentes trajectoires de resignalement établies dans le cadre du premier objectif.

 

Youth self-report of emotional maltreatment: Concordance with official reports and relation to outcomes2016

​Catherine Roller White; Diana English; Richard Thompson et Yvonne Humenay Roberts. (2016). Children and Youth Services Review 62: 111-121. Extrait de l'abstract : Controlling for race, gender, and official reports of other types of maltreatment, both youth self-report and official reports of the psychological safety and security subtype of EMT predicted trauma symptoms, including anger, anxiety, depression, intrusive experiences, defensive avoidance, and dissociation. Improved detection of EMT and more effective and targeted interventions are needed, both to decrease rates of EMT from caregivers and to assuage its harmful effects on children and youth.

Accompagner les familles en contexte de pauvreté et de négligence : quelques repères et défis2015

​Suissa, Amnon Jacob. (2015). Intervention (141) : 5-15. Extrait du résumé: Est-il pensable d’accompagner les familles en contexte d’exclusion sociale, de pauvreté et de négligence tout en incluant les déterminants sociaux qui génèrent ces conditions? Peut-on voir les familles comme porteuses de compétences malgré le fait qu’elles puissent vivre des difficultés importantes? Sans prétendre répondre à tous les enjeux sous-jacents à cette réalité multifactorielle et complexe, cet article présente certains résultats de recherches et projets entourant l’intervention avec les familles en contexte de négligence

Behavior problems of children in foster care: Associations with foster mothers’ representations, commitment, and the quality of mother–child interaction2015

​Karine Dubois-Comtois; Annie Bernier; George M. Tarabulsy; Chantal Cyr; Diane St-Laurent; Anne-Sophie Lanctôt; Janie St-Onge; Ellen Moss et Marie-Julie Béliveau. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect, In Press. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.06.009 - Extrait de l'abstract : This study investigated different environmental and contextual factors associated with maltreated children's adjustment in foster care. Participants included 83 children (52 boys), ages 1–7 years, and their foster caregivers. Quality of interaction with the foster caregiver was assessed from direct observation of a free-play situation; foster caregiver attachment state of mind and commitment toward the child were assessed using two interviews; disruptive behavior symptoms were reported by foster caregivers.

Beyond CPS: Developing an effective system for helping children in “neglectful” families: Policymakers have failed to address the neglect of neglect2015

Michael S. Wald. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect 41: 49-66.

Child Abuse & Neglect 49 November 20152015

​Special Issue : Decision-making and judgments in child maltreatment prevention and response
 

Child Maltreatment 2013.2015

Child Maltreatment 2013. Children's Bureau | Administration for Children and Families. (2015). Rapport qui présente des données nationnales à propos de l'abus et la négligence des enfants aux États-Unis à partir des situations connues des agences de protection pour l'année fiscale 2013.

Child Neglect Based on the Use of the Child Neglect Index Applied in Brazil [Titre anglais]2015

​PASIAN, Mara Silvia; BAZON, Marina Rezende; PASIAN, Sonia Regina  e  LACHARITE, Carl. (2015). Negligência infantil a partir do Child Neglect Index aplicado no Brasil. Psychology/Psicologia Refl exão e Crítica [online] 28(1) : 106-115. Extrait du résumé anglais : This study describes the use of Child Neglect Index to identify cases of children neglected by their parents/caregivers in the Brazilian context.

Childhood psychological maltreatment subtypes and adolescent depressive symptoms2015

​Elise Paul; John Eckenrode. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect 47: 38-47. Extrait de l'abstract : The aim of this study was to understand how subtypes and the timing of psychological maltreatment contribute to adolescent depressive symptoms at age 14 ... These results suggest that childhood psychological maltreatment is multi-dimensional and is implicated in the etiology of adolescent depressive symptoms. Future prevention efforts should consider parental psychological maltreatment in reducing risk for adolescent depression.

Children neglected: Where cumulative risk theory fails2015

​Mandy O’Hara; Lori Legano; Peter Homel; Ingrid Walker-Descartes; Mary Rojas et Danielle Laraque. (2015). Child Abuse & Neglect 45 : 1-8. Extrait de l'abstract : The purpose of the current study was to assess whether children only neglected perform worse on cognitive tasks than children neglected and physically abused... This study shows that for neglected children, additional abuse may not additively accumulate risk when considering intelligence outcomes. Children experiencing only neglect may need to be referred for services that address cognitive development, with emphasis on the linguistic environment, in order to best support the developmental challenges of neglected children.

Children's exposure to domestic and family violence : Key issues and responses2015

​Monica Campo. (2015). Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) (36). 24 p. Extrait du document : This paper examines the literature assessing children’s exposure to domestic and family violence, and findings that domestic and family violence can affect children’s behaviour, schooling, cognitive development, mental and physical wellbeing, and is the leading cause of homelessness for children. Children who grow up in families where domestic and family violence occur are also more likely to experience other forms of child abuse, such as sexual, physical and emotional abuse/maltreatment. The effects of such multi-victimisation require attention in policy, practice and research.

Children's exposure to domestic and family violence : Key issues and responses2015

​Monica Campo. (2015). Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) (36). 24 p. Extrait du document : This paper examines the literature assessing children’s exposure to domestic and family violence, and findings that domestic and family violence can affect children’s behaviour, schooling, cognitive development, mental and physical wellbeing, and is the leading cause of homelessness for children. Children who grow up in families where domestic and family violence occur are also more likely to experience other forms of child abuse, such as sexual, physical and emotional abuse/maltreatment. The effects of such multi-victimisation require attention in policy, practice and research. Voir autres documents sur ce thème : https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/publications/childrens-exposure-domestic-and-family-violence

Evidence-Informed Assessment and Practice in Child Welfare2015

​Wodarski, John S., Holosko, Michael J., Feit, Marvin D. (Eds.). (2015). Springer. Provides a comprehensive overview of current research on the efficacy of child welfare services. - Extrait de la table des matières: Child Maltreatment / Holosko, Michael J. et Bostur, Jason. pp. 189-217 - Parent Training / Wodarski, John S., Stangarone, Mary et Frimpong, Jaime. pp. 219-240.
 

 

Intergenerational transmission of attachment in abused and neglected mothers : the role of trauma-specific reflective functioning.2015

Berthelot, N.; Ensink, K.; Bernazzani, O.; Normandin, L.; Luyten, P. and Fonagy, P. (2015). Infant Mental Health Journal, Early View. Extrait de l'abstract : L'attachement du bébé a été évalué au moyen d'une Procédure de Situation Etrange. La majorité (83%) des bébés de mères abusées ou négligées ont été classifiés comme évitants et une grande proportion (44%) ont fait preuve de désorganisation de l'attachement. Nous avons trouvé une concordance forte entre l'attachement de la mère de l'enfant, indiquant une transmission intergénérationnelle de l'attachement chez les parents avec un CA&N et leurs bébés... Les résultats de cette étude mettent en lumière l'importance de la mentalisation spécifique au trauma dans la transmission intergénérationnelle de l'attachement chez les mères ayant un passé de maltraitance durant l'enfance, et offrent de nouvelles preuves de l'importance de l'absence de mentalisation spécifique au trauma pour l'attachement du bébé.

Life adversities and suicidal behavior in young individuals: a systematic review2015

​Gianluca Serafini; Caterina Muzio; Giulia Piccinini; Eirini Flouri; Gabriella Ferrigno; Maurizio Pompili; Paolo Girardi et Mario Amore. (2015). European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 24(12) : 1423-1446. Extrait de l'abstract : This paper aimed to investigate systematically the association between the type/number of adverse life events and experiences and suicidal behavior in young people... Adverse life events and experiences included maltreatment and violence, loss events, intra-familial problems, school and interpersonal problems. Studies were restricted to suicidal behavior in young people aged 10–25 years.

Linking lack of care in childhood to anxiety disorders in emerging adulthood: the role of attachment styles2015

​Schimmenti, A. and Bifulco, A. (2015). Child and Adolescent Mental Health 20(1) : 41–48. doi: 10.1111/camh.12051 - Clinicians treating anxiety disorders in youths need to consider that emotional neglect in childhood in the form of antipathy could lead to anxious–ambivalent internal working models operating around fear of rejection and fear of separation.

Ontario Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect - 2013 (OIS-2013) | Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal2015

​Fallon, Barbara; Van Wert, Melissa; Trocmé, Nico... et al. Toronto, ON: Child Welfare Research Portal. Résumé: The OIS-2013 is the fifth provincial study to examine the incidence of reported child maltreatment and the characteristics of the children and families investigated by child protection services in Ontario. The OIS‑2013 tracked 5,265 child maltreatment investigations conducted in a representative sample of 17 Child Welfare Service agencies across Ontario in the fall of 2013.

Predictors of Development of Vulnerable Children Receiving Child Welfare Services2015

​Claire Chamberland; Carl Lacharité; Marie-Ève Clément et Danielle Lessard. (2015). Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(10) : 2975-2988. Extrait de l'abstract : This study aims to identify the risk and protective factors most associated with cognitive/language and socio-emotional development of vulnerable children receiving preventive or protective services.

Rereporting to Child Protective Services Among Initial Neglect Subtypes2015

​Jiyoung Kang, Hwa-ok Bae, and Tamara Fuller. (2015). Families in Society 96(3) : 185-194. Extrait de l'abstract : A multivariate analysis showed that substantiation of the initial report and service receipt were common predictors of rereporting across all neglect subtypes; being Black, child age, parental relationship, and number of children increased the risk of rereporting for certain neglect subtypes. Regardless of the neglect subtype, cases with substantiation and service receipt required more effective interventions to reduce the risk of rereporting.

 

Special Issue : Decision-making and judgments in child maltreatment prevention and response2015

Child Abuse & Neglect 49 November 2015

 

The exposure of children to intimate partner violence: Potential bridges between two fields in research and psychosocial intervention: Research and interventions often focus on a specific form of violence without considering other forms of victimization2015

​Geneviève Lessard et Pamela Alvarez-Lizotte. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect, In press. Extrait de l'article: The goal of this article is to discuss the challenge of providing coherent, complementary, and continuous services to children and families confronted with concomitant IPV and CM. Research in the last 15 years has highlighted the need to improve collaboration between the relevant service systems. The article begins with a brief description of present-day knowledge of children's exposure to IPV and of its co-occurrence with CM. This description is followed by a discussion on three important issues that might help us to better understand why it is so difficult to provide coherent, continuous services to children and families confronted with IPV and CM.

 

The Impact of In-Home Services From Child Protective Services on Child Maltreatment Recurrence: A Process Model2015

​Jiyoung Kang. (2015). Families in Society 96(4) : 241-249. Extrait de l'abstract : This study examined the impact of child protective services (CPS) in-home services on child maltreatment recurrence, mediated by perceived match between services and needs and by stress... The findings indicate that among CPS in-home service components (concrete services, clinical services, and emotional support), only emotional support had indirect effects on child maltreatment recurrence; emotional support from a caseworker increased the perceived match between services and needs; the perceived match decreased perceived stress; and decreased stress reduced child maltreatment recurrence.

Thriving communities: a framework for preventing and intervening early in child neglect | NSPCC2015

​Alice Haynes; Chris Cuthbert; Ruth Gardner; Paula Telford and Dawn Hodson. (2015). National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). Extrait du site : This report is for national and local decision-makers and commissioners. It sets out actions across five levels of society - children, parents, communities, universal services and local government - to help stop child neglect. The report focuses on taking action before the need for intervention from children's social care at a Child in Need or Child Protection level

Why Have We Made Neglect So Complicated? Taking a Fresh Look at Noticing and Helping the Neglected Child2015

​Daniel, Brigid. (2015). Child Abuse Review 24(2) : 82–94. Extrait de l'abstract : This paper draws on experience as a researcher in the field to present some thoughts on our current understanding of neglect, and how we can move forward with more appropriate responses. It argues that existing evidence is not being used to best effect and that current protective systems, like those in the UK, are still struggling to provide an effective response to neglected children. The language of neglect has become over-complicated and the systems and processes for assessment, planning and intervention are mired in bureaucracy. Some of these complexities are explored in more detail and a model is proposed that would support a more direct and straightforward response to children whose needs are not being met.

Abus, maltraitance et négligence : (1) épidémiologie et retentissements psychiques, somatiques et sociaux2014

​X. Benarous; A. Consoli; M. Raffin et D. Cohen. (2014). Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence 62(5) : 299-312. Extrait du résumé: . Les travaux d’épidémiologie observationnelle ont permis de mieux définir les différents facteurs de risque associés au contexte de maltraitance (individuels, environnementaux et familiaux), et d’évaluer les retentissements psychiques mais aussi somatiques et sociaux à long terme de la maltraitance juvénile. Sur le plan psychiatrique, l’association avec les troubles anxieux, dépressifs et les troubles du comportement de l’adolescent est forte, et surtout présente chez les filles en cas d’addiction. Le suicide reste la première cause de mortalité dans cette population. Au-delà de leurs plus fortes prévalences, ces troubles sont aussi plus souvent sévères, résistants et récurrents.

Abus, maltraitance et négligence : (2) prévention et principes de prise en charge2014

​X. Benarous; A. Consoli; M. Raffin et D. Cohen. (2014). Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence 62(5) : 313-325. Extrait du résumé: Cette seconde partie a pour objectif de présenter une revue de la littérature des études évaluant l’efficacité de différentes stratégies de prises en charge médico-sociales... Par ailleurs, les recherches sur les facteurs de risques de maltraitance ont encouragé le développement d’interventions ciblées auprès des familles cumulant des facteurs de risques psychosociaux pour promouvoir la qualité des liens parents–enfants et les compétences parentales. Des programmes, prenant par exemple la forme de visites régulières au domicile en collaboration avec les services de périnatalité, ont montré des résultats satisfaisants, bien que les effets directs sur la maltraitance restent encore à préciser. De telles interventions sont actuellement en cours d’évaluation en France.

An ecological analysis of infant neglect by adolescent mothers2014

​Jessica Dym Bartlett, Maryna Raskin, Chie Kotake, Kristen D. Nearing, M. Ann Easterbrooks. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.11.011.  Extrait de l'abstract: Using an ecological model of child neglect, we assessed the influence of characteristics at the level of the child, the mother, the family, and broader childrearing contexts on adolescent mothers’ likelihood of being a perpetrator in a substantiated case of neglect against their firstborn infants (n = 383, M = 12 months).

An ecological analysis of infant neglect by adolescent mothers2014

​Jessica Dym Bartlett, Maryna Raskin, Chie Kotake, Kristen D. Nearing, M. Ann Easterbrooks. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.11.011 Extrait de l'abstract: Using an ecological model of child neglect, we assessed the influence of characteristics at the level of the child, the mother, the family, and broader childrearing contexts on adolescent mothers’ likelihood of being a perpetrator in a substantiated case of neglect against their firstborn infants (n = 383, M = 12 months).

Child maltreatment rates assessed in a national household survey of caregivers and youth2014

​David Finkelhor; Jennifer Vanderminden; Heather Turner; Sherry Hamby et Anne Shattuck. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2014.05.005 Extrait de l'abstract : This paper reports on national estimates for past year child maltreatment from a national household survey conducted in 2011. It also discusses the validity of such estimates in light of other available epidemiology... Many of the study's estimates were reasonable in light of other child maltreatment epidemiological studies, but comparisons about emotional abuse and neglect were problematic because of ambiguity about definitions.

Do childhood experiences of neglect affect delinquency among child welfare involved-youth?2014

Susan M. Snyder and Darcey H. Merritt. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review, 46 : 64-71. Extrait de l'abstract : Child neglect, which is the most common form of maltreatment in the United States, has been repeatedly linked to an increased risk of delinquency. However, the existing literature lacks studies that simultaneously investigate how distinct types of neglect differentially influence delinquency among child welfare involved-youth.

Does Type of Harm Matter? A Factorial Survey Examining the Influence of Child Neglect on Child Protection Decision-making2014

​Jackie Stokes and Julie Taylor. (2014). Child Care in Practice 20(4) : 383-398. Extrait de l'abstract : The aim of this study was to explore social workers’ decision-making and intervention levels according to type of maltreatment with a particular focus on neglect... Social workers responded differently when the harm was child neglect. The respondents attributed a lower level of risk, a less intense service provision and fewer contact hours compared with when the harm was physical abuse or sexual abuse.

Does type of harm matter? A factorial survey examining the influence of child neglect on child protection decision-making2014

​Stokes, J. et Taylor, J. (2014). Child Care in Practice, 20(4), 383-398. Extrait du résumé : Les auteurs de la présente étude ont analysé la façon dont les travailleurs sociaux prennent des décisions au sujet des dossiers de maltraitance envers les enfants, particulièrement concernant le schéma d’intervention utilisé dans les cas de négligence.

Efficacité des interventions en matière de négligence auprès des enfants, des familles et des communautés autochtones : revue systématique2014

​Carrie Anna McGinn et Jean Damasse. (2014). Institut national d’excellence en santé et en services sociaux (INESSS). ETMIS 10(2) : 1-38. Extrait du site de l'INESSS: Aux termes de cette revue de littérature, l’INESSS souligne l’importance des interventions et des modes d’intervention planifiés, concertés, diversifiés et selon une perspective holistique qui respecte la culture autochtone locale. La participation des personnes et des communautés autochtones dans tous les aspects de la planification, de la mise en place et de l’évaluation des interventions en matière de négligence qui les concernent est indéniable. L’INESSS conclut que les interventions en négligence doivent aller au-delà de l’intervention individuelle, avec un accent mis sur la relation parent-enfant, et prendre en considération la relation famille-environnement et l’amélioration des conditions de vie des communautés autochtones.

Hostile-Helpless state of mind as further evidence of adult disorganized states of mind in neglecting families.2014

​Hostile-Helpless state of mind as further evidence of adult disorganized states of mind in neglecting families.
Tristan Milot, Andra Lorent, Diane St-Laurent, Annie Bernier, George Tarabulsy, Jean-Pascal Lemelin, Louise S. Éthier (2014).
L’étude vise à évaluer la désorganisation dans un échantillon de mères négligente ou à risque de négligence en utilisant le système de codification « Hostile-Helpless »  (HH) récemment développé dans le cadre de l’Adult Attachment Interview (Lyons-Ruth et al., 2006) (Main & Goldwyn, 1998). La relation entre l’état d'esprit caractérisé par un sentiment d’hostilité et d’impuissance (HH) et les traumatismes infantiles des mères a également été examinée. Les participantes étaient au nombre de 70 mères négligentes et à risque de négligence. Les traumatismes de l'enfance ont été évalués en utilisant le Childhood Trauma Questionnaire. La présence d’un état d’esprit Hostile-Impuissant (HH) a été codée à partir des transcriptions de l’entrevue « Adult Attachment Interview » par deux codeurs fiables. Les résultats ont révélé une forte prévalence d’états d’esprit désorganisés dans cet échantillon. Quarante-cinq mères ont été classés HH, ce qui représente 64% de l'ensemble de l'échantillon. La plupart des mères ont déclaré au moins une forme de traumatisme de l'enfance, avec une moyenne de 2,9 formes de traumatismes. Les mères classées dans la catégorie HH ont déclaré avoir été victimes de violence psychologique, abusé sexuellement et physiquement négligé plus fréquemment que les mères non-HH. Il n'y avait pas de différence entre les mères négligentes ou à risque de négligence quant à l’état d’esprit Hostile-Impuissant et les expériences traumatiques de l'enfance. Ces résultats fournissent un appui empirique supplémentaire à la validation du système de classification HH avec les populations à risque.

L’exposition à la violence familiale : effets du cumul d’autres formes de violence2014

​Annie Dumont; Geneviève Lessard; Katie Cyr; Claire Chamberland et Marie-Ève Clément. (2014). Criminologie 47(1) : 149-166. Extrait du résumé : Les résultats de cette recherche portent sur l’accumulation de diverses formes de violence et leurs conséquences sur les jeunes exposés à la violence familiale (EVF). Les hypothèses de départ sont : 1- les jeunes EVF vivent plus de violences diverses et plus de symptômes de trauma que les enfants non exposés ; 2- l’accumulation de violences dans la vie de ces jeunes a un effet modérateur sur les conséquences de l’EVF

La conscientisation auprès des parents en situation de négligence: un regard critique à partir du point de vue des parents et des professionnels concernés en Centre jeunesse2014

​Charest, Guillaume. (2014). [Mémoire en travail social] Université de Sherbrooke. Extrait du résumé: Les résultats mettent en lumière la dynamique de pouvoir sous-jacente au phénomène de « résistance » des parents, le caractère strictement individuel des prises de conscience visées et réalisées, ainsi que l’enjeu du partenariat du point de vue des acteurs. Ils apportent une contribution significative au champ d’étude des pratiques sociales et alimentent la réflexion sur le renouvellement démocratique des pratiques en Centre jeunesse.

Pauvreté et négligence parentale : vraiment indissociables?2014

Descôteaux, Marie-Ève et Dufour, Sarah. (2014). Revue de psychoéducation 43(1) : 57-76. Extrait du résumé : Le présent article découle du constat que le lien entre la pauvreté économique et la négligence parentale n’est pas toujours positif, contrairement à ce que certaines études avancent... Les résultats obtenus ont permis de dégager des pistes d’interprétation quant à la variation du lien entre la négligence et la pauvreté.​

The economic costs of child abuse and neglect2014

Child Family Community Australia Fact Sheet— September 2014. Cet article, examine présente l'état des dépenses liées à l'abus et la négligence des enfants par les ministères responsables des services de protection de l'enfance en Australie. Les coûts plus larges à long terme de l'abus et de la négligence à la société sont également discutés.

Understanding child neglect2014

​Debbie Scott. (2014). Australian Institute of Family Studies - Child Family Community Australia. 17 p. Extrait du site : Child neglect is one of the most common forms of maltreatment. Neglect is a topic that encompasses complex issues, many of which are also emerging research areas. This paper aims to provide a broad overview of these issues in relation to current thinking and to generate discussion points for practitioners, policy makers and researchers.

Using implementation evaluation to uncover a child neglect prevention program2014

​Berube, Annie; Lafantaisie, Vicky; Dubeau, Diane; Coutu, Sylvain; Caron, Josee; Devault, Annie. (2014). Evaluation and Program Planning 45 : 1–8. Extrait de l'abstract : The purpose of this study is to document, using Dane and Schneider's model (1998), the differences between the services received by parents participating in a parental group designed to prevent the presence or the recurrence of child neglect

Why are suspected cases of child maltreatment referred by educators so often unsubstantiated?2014

​King, C., & Scott, K. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect, 38(1), 1-10. Les professionnels de l’éducation sont particulièrement bien placés pour signaler les cas de maltraitance des enfants en raison de la fréquence des contacts qu’ils ont avec eux et avec les parents. Les recherches antérieures indiquent que malgré la position privilégiée des éducateurs, le taux de signalements non corroborés qu’ils font aux services de protection de l’enfance est plus élevé que celui d’autres professionnels (par exemple les policiers, les médecins).Les chercheurs de la présente étude ont effectué une analyse secondaire des données de l’Étude sur l’incidence des signalements de cas de violence et de négligence envers les enfants 2013 (ECI-2003) afin de déterminer les caractéristiques qui pourraient expliquer ce taux de non-corroboration

Behavioral and Emotional Profiles of Neglected Children2013

​Marie-Eve Nadeau; Pierre Nolin et Carine Chartrand. (2013). Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma 6(1) : 11-24. Extrait de l'abstract : Results supported the relevance of using the Diagnostic Criteria of the DSM-IV and the importance of getting the different perceptions of respondents to better understand the emotional and behavioral portrait of neglected children.

Child Maltreatment 18(1) February 20132013

​Special Issue: Translational Research on Child Neglect

Child Maltreatment 20122013

Children's Bureau Administration for Children and Families. (2013). This report presents national data about child abuse and neglect known to child protective services agencies in the United States during federal fiscal year 2012.

Child Neglect and the Development of Externalizing Behavior Problems Associations With Maternal Drug Dependence and Neighborhood Crime2013

​Jody Todd Manly; Assaf Oshri; Michael Lynch; Margaret Herzog and Sanne Wortel. Child Maltreatment 18(1) : 17-29. Extrait de l'abstact: Given the high prevalence of child neglect among maltreatment subtypes, and its association with exposure to additional environmental adversity, understanding the processes that potentiate child neglect and link neglect to subsequent child externalizing psychopathology may shed light on key targets for preventive intervention

Enfants des Premières Nations : corroboration de la négligence par les organismes.2013

​Enfants des Premières Nations : corroboration de la négligence par les organismes.
Sinha, V., Ellenbogen, S., & Trocme, N. (2013). Substantiating neglect of First Nations and non-Aboriginal children. Children and Youth Services Review 35, 2080-2090.

Fatal child maltreatment: Characteristics of deaths from physical abuse versus neglect2013

​Amy Damashek, Melanie McDiarmid Nelson, Barbara L. Bonner. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.04.014 . Extrait de l'abstract: This study examined victim, family, and alleged perpetrator characteristics associated with fatal child maltreatment (FCM) in 685 cases identified by child welfare services in the state of Oklahoma over a 21-year period. Analyses also examined differences in child, family, and alleged perpetrator characteristics of deaths from abuse versus neglect. LM Paru dans Volume 37, Issue 10, October 2013, Pages 735–744

Fatal child neglect: Characteristics, causation, and strategies for prevention2013

​Ginger L. Welch, Barbara L. Bonner. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.05.008. Extrait de l'abstract: Three categories of fatal neglect – supervisory neglect, deprivation of needs, and medical neglect – were identified and analyzed. Results found an overwhelming presence of supervisory neglect in child neglect fatalities and indicated no significant differences between children living in rural and urban settings.

Five Types of Child Maltreatment and Subsequent Delinquency: Physical Neglect as the Most Significant Predictor2013

Caroline B. R. Evans & David L. Burton. (2013). Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma 6(4) : 231-245. Extrait de l'abstract: However, research examining how specific types of maltreatment (physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, physical neglect, emotional neglect) relate to later delinquent offense (violent crime, nonviolent crime, status offending, property offending) is minimal... We found that physical neglect is the most significant predictor of violent crime, nonviolent crime, property offending, and status offending. Implications are discussed.

Five Types of Child Maltreatment and Subsequent Delinquency: Physical Neglect as the Most Significant Predictor2013

​​Five Types of Child Maltreatment and Subsequent Delinquency: Physical Neglect as the Most Significant Predictor Caroline B. R. Evans & David L. Burton. (013). Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma 6(4) : 231-245. Extrait de l'abstract: However, research examining how specific types of maltreatment (physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, physical neglect, emotional neglect) relate to later delinquent offense (violent crime, nonviolent crime, status offending, property offending) is minimal... We found that physical neglect is the most significant predictor of violent crime, nonviolent crime, property offending, and status offending. Implications are discussed.

Four-year longitudinal impact evaluation of the Action for Children UK Neglect Project: Outcomes for the children, families, Action for Children, and the UK2013

​Tony Long, Michael Murphy, Debbie Fallon, Joan Livesley, Patric Devitt, Moira McLoughlin, Alison Cavanagh. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.10.008.  Extrait du résumé : The study demonstrated the ability to intervene successfully in most cases of neglect, even when neglect was a most serious concern. In cases where parents refused or were unable to respond positively, children move into care was expedited. The ability and willingness on the part of parents to engage with services was a crucial factor in deciding whether progress would be made or children taken into care.

L’isolement social des familles en situation de négligence : ce qu’en pensent les mères2013

L’isolement social est l’un des facteurs de risque les plus rapportés dans les écrits scientifiques traitant de la négligence envers les enfants. Toutefois, peu d’études empiriques ont porté sur les causes et les conséquences de cet isolement. De plus, très peu de recherches ont consulté les familles vivant au quotidien avec ces difficultés. Des entretiens individuels ont été effectués auprès de 12 mères participant à un programme d’intervention en négligence afin d’éclairer le questionnement suivant : Comment les parents impliqués dans des situations de négligence se représentent-ils les mécanismes qui entraînent et maintiennent l’isolement ?

La violence familiale dans la vie des enfants du Québec, 2012. Les attitudes parentales et les pratiques familiales2013

Un texte de Marie-Ève Clément, Francine Bernèche et Catherine Fontaine et Claire Chamberland publié par l'Institut de la statistique du Québec, 2013. Le document présente une troisième édition de l’enquête La violence familiale dans la vie des enfants du Québec réalisée en 2012 par l’Institut de la statistique du Québec. Cette enquête vise à mesurer, les conduites à caractère violent envers les enfants (agression psychologique,violence physique mineure et sévère) ainsi que l’exposition des enfants à des conduites violentes entre conjoints et celle des conduites à caractère négligent à l’endroit des enfants.

Resource Guide on Child Maltreatment Data Collection Parts I & II2013

​International Society for the prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN). (2013). The comprehensive resource guide set includes: Part I: Data Collection and Monitoring Systems Part II: Building and Improving Child Protection Systems Extrait du site: As nations address the problem of abused and neglected children and adolescents, comprehensive data on this social problem are essential for planning, funding, and intervening in effective ways. A global perspective on these data is ultimately needed to understand the scale of the problem that the intervention community is addressing, the gaps in those systems, their successes and challenges, and to identify trends in all these areas.

Risk and protective factors for child abuse and neglect2013

​Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2013. Extrait du site: This paper provides an overview of the risk and protective factors for child abuse and neglect. It is important that practitioners and policy-makers working with children and families operate from a broad understanding of these risk and protective factors and the ways in which they interact.

The neglect of child neglect: a meta-analytic review of the prevalence of neglect2013

Marije Stoltenborgh, Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, and Marinus H. van IJzendoorn. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. Mar 2013; 48(3): 345–355. Published online Jul 15, 2012.  doi:  10.1007/s00127-012-0549-y.
Description : Méta-analyse visant à fournir une estimation de la prévalence de la négligence physique et émotionnelle en intégrant les chiffres de prévalence de l'organisme de rapports de recherche sur la négligence. Une tentative a également été faite à démêler la variation substantielle des chiffres de prévalence rapportés dans les études primaires en analysant les effets des facteurs de procédure et caractéristiques de l'échantillon sur les taux de prévalence combinés.

The prevalence of child abuse and neglect2013

​Deborah Scott. (2013). Australian Institute of Family Studies. The purpose of this paper is to summarise the state of our knowledge about the prevalence of child abuse and neglect. It provides an overview of Australian studies that have estimated the prevalence of the different forms of child maltreatment (i.e., physical abuse, neglect, emotional maltreatment, the witnessing of family violence, and sexual abuse). In this paper the terms "child abuse and neglect" and "child maltreatment" are used interchangeably

The prevalence of child abuse and neglect2013

​Deborah Scott. (2013). Australian Institute of Family Studies. The purpose of this paper is to summarise the state of our knowledge about the prevalence of child abuse and neglect. It provides an overview of Australian studies that have estimated the prevalence of the different forms of child maltreatment (i.e., physical abuse, neglect, emotional maltreatment, the witnessing of family violence, and sexual abuse). In this paper the terms "child abuse and neglect" and "child maltreatment" are used interchangeably.

Understanding and working with adolescent neglect: perspectives from research, young people and professionals2013

​Hicks, L. and Stein, M. (2013). Child & Family Social Work. doi: 10.1111/cfs.12072
Extrait de l'abstract: The paper examines what is known from literature about the causes of adolescent neglect, together with its potential consequences for well-being. Drawing on qualitative data, the concept of neglect is explored from the perspectives of young people themselves and the professionals who work with them. Consideration is given to examples of interventions and preventative models geared towards addressing adolescent neglect. Key findings indicate that there is a need for both a re-examination of current definitions of neglect in the light of age-related distinctions and perspectives, and a fuller understanding of the particular needs of adolescents who are experiencing neglect.

Validity of CBCL-Derived PTSD and Dissociation Scales: Further Evidence in a Sample of Neglected Children and Adolescents2013

​Tristan Milot; André Plamondon; Louise S. Éthier; Jean-Pascal Lemelin; Diane St-Laurent and Michel Rousseau. (2013). Child Maltreatment 18(2) : 122-128
Extrait de l'abstract: Considering that the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) is a widely used measure, the possibility of using validated CBCL-derived trauma symptoms scales could be particularly useful to better understand how trauma symptoms develop among neglected children and adolescents. This study examined the factor structure of three CBCL-derived measures of PTSD and dissociation (namely, PTSD scale, Dissociation scale, and PTSD/Dissociation scale) in a sample of 239 neglected children and adolescents aged 6 to 18 years using the latest version of CBCL (CBCL 6-18)

What Contributes to Outcomes for Neglected Children Who Are Reunified with Their Parents? Findings from a Five-Year Follow-Up Study2013

​Eleanor Lutman and Elaine Farmer. (2013). British Journal of Social Work 43(3): 559-578.
Extrait de l'abstract:This paper considers factors that relate to outcomes for neglected children based on a five-year follow-up study... Half of the returns had broken down after two years, rising to almost two-thirds after five years. Rates of repeat neglect and abuse were also high. The study considered children's outcomes in terms of stability and well-being.

Acts of Omission: An Overview of Child Neglect2012

​Child Welfare Information Gateway. (2012). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children's Bureau. Extrait du site: This bulletin for child welfare professionals addresses the scope of the problem of child neglect as well as its consequences, reviews definitions and strategies for assessing neglect, presents lessons learned about prevention and intervention, and suggests sources of training and informational support. Strategies for addressing neglect, beginning with prevention, are included

An exploration of the relationship between poverty and child neglect in Canadian child welfare2012

​Schumaker, K. (2012). An exploration of the relationship between poverty and child neglect in Canadian child welfare (Doctoral Thesis). University of Toronto, Toronto.

Child Maltreatment: a collection of readings2012

​John E. B. Myers (ed.). (2012). Sage. 384 p. Specifically created to complement the Third Edition of the APSAC Handbook on Child Maltreatment, this collection of 23 carefully selected articles on child abuse and neglect parallels the structure of the Handbook.

Effective working with neglected children and their families: lingking interventions to long-term outcomes2012

​Elaine Farmer and Eleanor Lutman. (2012). Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 240 p.
Extrait du 4e de couverture: Based on a substantial research study into social care provision for children, it provides a rare insight into the experiences of neglected children over a period of five years, examining the responsiveness of parents and children to social care support and their progress.

Enfances, familles, générations (16) 20122012

​Extrait de la table des matières L’éducation familiale à l’heure des compétences parentales / Marie-Christine Saint-Jacques, Daniel Turcotte et Nathalie Oubrayrie-Roussel. Pages 1–16 Expérience paternelle en situation de précarité socio-économique : repérage et considération des spécificités / Myriam Kettani et Séverine Euillet. Pages 17–33 Évaluer pour mieux intervenir : évaluer les résultats et les processus pour améliorer les pratiques d’intervention auprès des familles négligentes / Sara Serbati, Gianmaria Gioga et Paola Milani Pages 74–94 Interventions et programmes en contexte de négligence : évolution et défis de l’intervention auprès des familles / Michèle Brousseau. Pages 95–112 La réforme de la protection de la jeunesse : quand l’éducation familiale devient une course contre la montre / Dominique Goubau. Pages 113–123

Innovations in the Field of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention: A Review of the Literature2012

​Genevieve Benedetti 2012 Chicago, IL: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago. PA

Je tisse des liens gagnants2012

​Jancarik, A.‐S. (2012). Je tisse des liens gagnants: Guide d’implantation d’un programme d’intervention en négligence en Montérégie. Longueuil: Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de la Montérégie. 101 p. Extrait du résumé rédigé par l'auteur: Dans un souci d'accroître l'efficience du déploiement régional, la dernière section du guide d'implantation regroupe plusieurs outils utilisés par le CSSS La Pommeraie qui pourront servir de base de travail. La version électronique offre l'accès à ces outils

Maltraitance des enfants : synthèse et dossier complet2012

​Encyclopédie sur le développement des jeunes enfants. 2012

Multisystemic Therapy for Child Abuse and Neglect (MST-CAN)2012

​The goals of MST-CAN include: 1. Reducing abuse or neglect; 2. Reducing out-of-home placement; 3. Improving parenting (without violence, psychological aggression, or neglect); 4. Improving parent mental health functioning; 5. Improving youth mental health functioning; 6. Increasing social support.

Neglect subtypes, race, and poverty: Individual, family, and service characteristics2012

Jonson-Reid, M., Drake, B., & Zhou, P. (2012). Neglect subtypes, race, and poverty: Individual, family, and service characteristics. Child Maltreatment 18(1) 30-41.

L'étude présente une analyse détaillée du rapport entre la race, la pauvreté, la négligence envers les enfants. Le Portail canadien de la recherche en protection de l'enfance présente un résumé de cette étude.

The role of supervisory neglect in childhood injury2012

​Debbie Scott, Daryl Higgins & Richard Franklin. (2012). Child Family Community Australia. 10 p.
Children are vulnerable to different types of injury depending on their stage of growth and development. Children will also need varying degrees of supervision depending on their exposure to a range of risk and protective factors. This paper explores the theoretical understandings of supervisory neglect and how these understandings might assist in delivering practical responses using a public health approach to child protection.

Psychometric properties of a youth self-report measure of neglectful behavior by parents2011

​Howard Dubowitz, Miguel T. Villodas, Alan J. Litrownik, Steven C. Pitts, Jon M. Hussey, Richard Thompson, Maureen M. Black and Desmond Runyan(2011). Child Abuse & Neglect 35(6): 414-424. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.02.004

Risk and protective factors for child neglect during early childhood: A cross-study comparison2011

​Kristen Shook Slack, Lawrence M. Berger, Kimberly DuMont, Mi-Youn Yang, Bomi Kim, Susan Ehrhard-Dietzel and Jane L. Holl Children and Youth Services Review 33(8): 1354-1363

Trauma-Related Symptoms in Neglected Preschoolers and Affective Quality of Mother-Child Communication2011

​Milot, T., St-Laurent, D., Ethier, L. S. et Provost, M. A. (2011). Extrait du résumé : Étude qui examine la relation entre la négligence pendant l’enfance et la manifestation de symptômes de traumatisme pendant la période préscolaire. Les auteurs concluent qu’il serait utile d’étudier la négligence des enfants selon la perspective des traumatismes subis.

Unmet needs in addressing child neglect: Should we go back to the drawing board?2011

​Jody Hearn (2011). Children and Youth Services Review 33(5): 715-722. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2010.11.011

Au quotidien avec mon enfant (napperon)2010

​Les parents sont en mesure de poser des gestes simples auprès de leurs enfants afin de répondre à leurs besoins. C’est dans cette optique que le napperon Au quotidien avec mon enfant - Des gestes simples pour son bien-être et son développement a été élaboré. Ce dernier illustre quatre besoins fondamentaux...

Dimensions of Child Neglect: An Exploration of Parental Neglect and Its Relationship with Delinquency2010

​Child Welfare 89(4)2010. pp. 47-65

The validity and utility of the California Family Risk Assessment under practice conditions in the field2010

​A prospective study Will L. Johnson Child Abuse & Neglect, Article in Press. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2010.08.002