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Message ID: 8958
Date: 2011-10-22

Author:Angelique Day

Subject:Re: best practices for CSA interviewing in Western Europe

In Michigan we use structured decision making (SDM) which is considered a EBP method. Here is an article about that assessment tool. http://www.nccd-crc.org/crc/crc/pubs/sdmnewsissue25.pdf A link to the information for Michigan's forensic interview protocol is also attached. http://traversecityfamilylaw.com/Documents/FIA-Pub779_13054_7.pdf Sincerely, Angelique Day, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor Wayne State University School of Social Work ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lisa Fontes" To: Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 10:56 AM Subject: best practices for CSA interviewing in Western Europe > Dear Colleagues, > I am looking for information about the extent to which what we consider > "best practices" for interviewing and following cases of suspected child > sexual abuse in the U.S.--the multidisciplinary teams and the structured > forensic interviews--is also used in Western Europe. > > I would be interested in country-specific as well as general information, > directed to the list or to me personally. > > Thank you! > > Lisa Fontes, Ph.D. > University of Massachusetts > Lfontes@uww.umass.edu >

In Michigan we use structured decision making (SDM) which is considered a EBP method. Here is an article about that assessment tool. http://www.nccd-crc.org/crc/crc/pubs/sdmnewsissue25.pdf A link to the information for Michigan's forensic interview protocol is also attached. http://traversecityfamilylaw.com/Documents/FIA-Pub779_13054_7.pdf Sincerely, Angelique Day, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor Wayne State University School of Social Work ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lisa Fontes" To: Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 10:56 AM Subject: best practices for CSA interviewing in Western Europe > Dear Colleagues, > I am looking for information about the extent to which what we consider > "best practices" for interviewing and following cases of suspected child > sexual abuse in the U.S.--the multidisciplinary teams and the structured > forensic interviews--is also used in Western Europe. > > I would be interested in country-specific as well as general information, > directed to the list or to me personally. > > Thank you! > > Lisa Fontes, Ph.D. > University of Massachusetts > Lfontesuww.umass.edu >