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Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) List Serve

Database of Past CMRL Messages

Welcome to the database of past Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) list serve messages. The table below contains all past CMRL messages (text only, no attachments) from Nov. 20, 1996 - March 6, 2018 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 9010
Date: 2011-11-16

Author:Hollows, Anne E

Subject:Child Maltreatment and crhonic fatigue/ME in children

Dear Colleagues I am writing on behalf of a research students to enquire whether anyone has experience or research regarding the links between childhood chronic fatigue syndrome/ME and child maltreatment. This would include responses of clinicians to concerns about the nature and causation of these concerns, as well as the impact of professional medical neglect on children diagnosed with these conditions. He is currently working on a literature review and has so far found few if any references to psycho-social perspectives or interventions. Many thanks in anticipation Anne Dr Anne Hollows Principal Lecturer in Social Work Course Leader M Res (Social Work) Robert Winston Building Sheffield Hallam University Collegiate Campus Sheffield S10 2BP telephone +44(0)1142252369 email a.e.hollows@shu.ac.uk Are you interested in developing social science research skills for social work and social care? Our MRes in Social Work provides comprehensive training to equip social work professionals and social scientists to carry out research into social work, social care and community development. Find out more here: http://prospectus.shu.ac.uk/CourseEntry.cfm?CourseId=838

Dear Colleagues I am writing on behalf of a research students to enquire whether anyone has experience or research regarding the links between childhood chronic fatigue syndrome/ME and child maltreatment. This would include responses of clinicians to concerns about the nature and causation of these concerns, as well as the impact of professional medical neglect on children diagnosed with these conditions. He is currently working on a literature review and has so far found few if any references to psycho-social perspectives or interventions. Many thanks in anticipation Anne Dr Anne Hollows Principal Lecturer in Social Work Course Leader M Res (Social Work) Robert Winston Building Sheffield Hallam University Collegiate Campus Sheffield S10 2BP telephone +44(0)1142252369 email a.e.hollowsshu.ac.uk Are you interested in developing social science research skills for social work and social care? Our MRes in Social Work provides comprehensive training to equip social work professionals and social scientists to carry out research into social work, social care and community development. Find out more here: http://prospectus.shu.ac.uk/CourseEntry.cfm?CourseId=838