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Message ID: 9751
Date: 2014-11-11

Author:Zlotnik, Joan

Subject:Re: Bringing EB child maltx prevention to the public

The CDC has developed Essentials for Childhood http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/childmaltreatment/essentials/. The intention, I believe, was for public/parent education about the importance of safe, stable nurturing relationships for healthy development and child maltreatment prevention. The idea was to create 'essentials for childhood' as a community norm and there were some grants given to state health departments. Joan Zlotnik Director, NASW Social Work Policy Institute Sent from my IPhone > On Nov 11, 2014, at 3:26 PM, "Mark Chaffin" wrote: > > Sounds like you are asking about population based community education prevention more than interventions or treatments. If this is so, you might look at some of the multilevel community-wide parenting education work of Prinz and colleagues, or the community engagement and development strategies of Melton and colleagues. There also are early childhood home based services, under the federal MIECHV umbrella, but these are more services than they are community education models. The CEBC covers a good set of EB intervention models but these are more treatment in nature. > > Sent from my iPhone > >> On Nov 11, 2014, at 2:27 PM, Douglas, Emily M. wrote: >> >> Greetings! >> >> I’m searching for evidence-based child maltreatment prevention programs that bring information on risk factors to the public/parents at the primary, secondary, or tertiary levels. I am wondering if there are programs that are similar to shaken baby prevention programs in that they provide information to parents (and others) about risk factors for abuse and neglect. Or, that are similar to general health promotion programs that educate the public about healthy eating, need for exercise, prevention of smoking, etc. >> >> If anyone knows of any, pls. let me know, regardless of evalution. Thanks much in advance for your help. >> >> Emily Douglas >> >> >> Emily M. Douglas, Ph.D. >> Associate Professor | School of Social Work >> Director, Grad. Writing Fellows Program >> Bridgewater State University | 508-531-2012 | Visit My Website >> Newly released book on corporal punishment: The Primordial Violence >> Read my recent piece on the Massachusetts DCF crisis > > *********************************************************************************** All information in this communication and its attachments are confidential and are intended solely for addressee(s) included above and may be legally privileged. Please take notice that any use, reproduction or dissemination of this transmission by parties other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please immediately notify the sender by reply e-mail or phone and delete this message and its attachments. ***********************************************************************************

The CDC has developed Essentials for Childhood http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/childmaltreatment/essentials/. The intention, I believe, was for public/parent education about the importance of safe, stable nurturing relationships for healthy development and child maltreatment prevention. The idea was to create 'essentials for childhood' as a community norm and there were some grants given to state health departments. Joan Zlotnik Director, NASW Social Work Policy Institute Sent from my IPhone > On Nov 11, 2014, at 3:26 PM, "Mark Chaffin" wrote: > > Sounds like you are asking about population based community education prevention more than interventions or treatments. If this is so, you might look at some of the multilevel community-wide parenting education work of Prinz and colleagues, or the community engagement and development strategies of Melton and colleagues. There also are early childhood home based services, under the federal MIECHV umbrella, but these are more services than they are community education models. The CEBC covers a good set of EB intervention models but these are more treatment in nature. > > Sent from my iPhone > >> On Nov 11, 2014, at 2:27 PM, Douglas, Emily M. wrote: >> >> Greetings! >> >> I’m searching for evidence-based child maltreatment prevention programs that bring information on risk factors to the public/parents at the primary, secondary, or tertiary levels. I am wondering if there are programs that are similar to shaken baby prevention programs in that they provide information to parents (and others) about risk factors for abuse and neglect. Or, that are similar to general health promotion programs that educate the public about healthy eating, need for exercise, prevention of smoking, etc. >> >> If anyone knows of any, pls. let me know, regardless of evalution. Thanks much in advance for your help. >> >> Emily Douglas >> >> >> Emily M. Douglas, Ph.D. >> Associate Professor | School of Social Work >> Director, Grad. Writing Fellows Program >> Bridgewater State University | 508-531-2012 | Visit My Website >> Newly released book on corporal punishment: The Primordial Violence >> Read my recent piece on the Massachusetts DCF crisis > > *********************************************************************************** All information in this communication and its attachments are confidential and are intended solely for addressee(s) included above and may be legally privileged. Please take notice that any use, reproduction or dissemination of this transmission by parties other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please immediately notify the sender by reply e-mail or phone and delete this message and its attachments. ***********************************************************************************