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Message ID: 10244
Date: 2017-09-22

Author:Lisa Fontes

Subject:Instrument or Interview Guidelines for Older Teens on CSA

Dear Colleagues, A colleague in the English-speaking South American nation of Guyana, Kaiesha Douglas, will soon begin a study on child sexual abuse in Guyana, interviewing or administering an instrument to older teens who have been referred to the Child Advocacy Center for suspected child sexual abuse. HER EMAIL IS: Kaiesha_douglas2001@yahoo.com. She needs some kind of short questionnaire or interview guide, so she does not have to make this up from scratch. If you have a script that accompanies it and/or a consent form, that would be great, too. Unfortunately Guyana lacks ethics reviews boards, research training, etc, and she does not have easy access to library resources. PDFs of instruments that she can use or links would be more useful than simply the names of instruments. Many, many thanks, Lisa Fontes, Ph.D.

Dear Colleagues, A colleague in the English-speaking South American nation of Guyana, Kaiesha Douglas, will soon begin a study on child sexual abuse in Guyana, interviewing or administering an instrument to older teens who have been referred to the Child Advocacy Center for suspected child sexual abuse. HER EMAIL IS: Kaiesha_douglas2001yahoo.com. She needs some kind of short questionnaire or interview guide, so she does not have to make this up from scratch. If you have a script that accompanies it and/or a consent form, that would be great, too. Unfortunately Guyana lacks ethics reviews boards, research training, etc, and she does not have easy access to library resources. PDFs of instruments that she can use or links would be more useful than simply the names of instruments. Many, many thanks, Lisa Fontes, Ph.D.