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Message ID: 9576
Date: 2014-03-31

Author:Jessica Bartlett

Subject:Lifetime incidence of child maltreatment

Hello everyone, Does anyone know of any national studies that report on lifetime incidence of child maltreatment (birth through adolescence, preferably substantiated reports)? We have determined a rate in the Early Head Start randomized sample (birth to approximately age 15) but we are interested in samples for comparison and can only find information on annual incidence. Thank you! Jessica --------------------------------------------- Jessica Dym Bartlett M.S.W., Ph.D. Project Director, Research and Evaluation Brazelton Touchpoints Center Boston Children's Hospital 1295 Boylston St., Suite 320 Boston, MA 02215 (857) 218-4375 jessica.bartlett@childrens.harvard.edu

Hello everyone, Does anyone know of any national studies that report on lifetime incidence of child maltreatment (birth through adolescence, preferably substantiated reports)? We have determined a rate in the Early Head Start randomized sample (birth to approximately age 15) but we are interested in samples for comparison and can only find information on annual incidence. Thank you! Jessica --------------------------------------------- Jessica Dym Bartlett M.S.W., Ph.D. Project Director, Research and Evaluation Brazelton Touchpoints Center Boston Children's Hospital 1295 Boylston St., Suite 320 Boston, MA 02215 (857) 218-4375 jessica.bartlettchildrens.harvard.edu