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Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment
Fourth Edition, Volume One: Physical Abuse and Neglect
David L. Chadwick, MD; Angelo P. Giar...
Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment
Fourth Edition,Volume Two: Sexual Abuse and
Psychological Maltreatment
David L. Chadwick, MD...
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  1. 1. 8045 Big Bend Boulevard, Suite 202 St. Louis, MO 63119-2714 (800) 600-0330 (314) 993-2728 Fax (314) 993-2281 www.stmlearning.com Orders are billed for postage, handling, and state sales tax where appropriate. Prices subject to change without notice. STM Learning, Inc. Leading Publisher of Scientific, Technical, and Medical Educational Resources Forthcoming Title Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Series New Fourth Edition Encyclopedic 3-Volume Series David L. Chadwick, MD; Angelo P. Giardino, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP; Randell Alexander, MD, PhD, FAAP; Jonathan D. Thackeray, MD, FAAP; Debra Esernio-Jenssen, MD 1950 pages, 1930 images, with 101 contributors* * Final table of contents and page, image, and contributor counts to be determined. The most comprehensive encyclopedic resource on child maltreatment Table of Contents Volume I: Physical Abuse and Neglect 1. Overview of Child Maltreatment 2. Skeletal and Visceral Radiological Imaging 3. Head Injury 4. Burns in Child Maltreatment 5. Bruises in Child Maltreatment 6. Ophthalmic Manifestations 7. Oral Injuries 8. Thoracoabdominal Injuries 9. The Chemically Abused Child 10. Neglect and Abandonment 11. Failure to Thrive Photographic Reference Sections: Head Injuries, Burns, Bruises, Ophthalmology, Oral Injuries, Thoracoabdominal Trauma, Radiology, Photodocumentation, Physical Abuse Documentation, Demonstrations, Neglect, Documentation of Neglect Volume Two: Sexual Abuse and Psychological Maltreatment 1. Sexual Abuse Overview 2. Sexual Abuse: Issues Related to Interviewing Children 3. Sexual Abuse: The Medical History and Examination 4. Sexually Transmitted Infections *5. Sexual Behaviors in Children *6. Therapy Approaches in Sexually Abused Children *7. Positive and Negative Findings and What They Mean 8. Developmental Aspects of the Young Child *9. Understanding Resilience *10. Lifelong and Life-Limiting Effects of Child Maltreatment 11. Psychological Maltreatment 12. The Psychopathology of Child Maltreatment 13. Fabricated and Induced Illness 14. Psychological Assessment and Treatment Approaches 15. Role of the School Photographic Reference Sections: Sexual Abuse, Equipment for the Documentation of Sexual Abuse Volume Three: Cultures at Risk and Role of Professionals 1. Cultural Overview 2. Risk of the Internet (completely revised to reflect the fast-paced growth of the role of technology in our society.) 3. Risk of Abuse in Faith Communities 4. Child Maltreatment and Disability 5. Foster Care: Health Care Issues 6. Family Abduction 7. Pediatric Screening for Intimate Partner Violence 8. Interpersonal Violence 9. The Role of Law Enforcement in the Investigation of CM *10. Prosecution of Child Maltreatment 11. Preparing a Case for Court 12. Legal Issues 13. Preparing to Give Expert Testimony 14. Role of the Medical Examiner in Fatal Cases 15. Child Fatality Review Team 16. Clinical Forensic Evidence Collection 17. DNA Evidence 18. Multidisciplinary Teams 19. Role of Physician and Nurse Education 20. Role of the Social Worker 21. Opportunities for Federal Funding and Collaboration 22. Public Child Welfare: A History of Challenge and Opportunity *23. Public Health 24. Prevention Photographic Reference Sections: The Medical Examiner, Police Investigations, Resources and Settings in the Field of Child Maltreatment, Prevention. * Indicates new chapter The fourth edition of the landmark reference Child Maltreatment — now titled Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment — offers a comprehensive view of the signs and aftermath of physical and sexual abuse, neglect, and psychological maltreatment. Formerly presented as a 2-volume clinical guide and photographic atlas, this cutting-edge series has been divided into 3 definitive volumes: Physical Abuse and Neglect, Sexual Abuse and Psychological Maltreatment, and Cultures at Risk and Role of Professionals. Each book is supplemented by an atlas of clinically valuable case studies and images to assist in the identification, interpretation, and investigation of child maltreatment. Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment has been edited by some of the most prominent experts in the field, including child abuse specialist and pioneer Dr. David Chadwick. This newly revised series is specifically designed for professionals who are in positions to identify and respond to the plight of child maltreatment and its many adverse effects on children and families. Dr. Chadwick and his collaborators have expended great effort to present relevant, updated clinical text in the fourth edition, which includes 1950 pages and 1930 images. Key benefits and features of Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment include: — New! Over 660 new photographs to help practicing professionals identify various incidents of child maltreatment. — Combined clinical guide and photographic atlas in each book for easier access to information. — Multidisciplinary focus to support collaboration among healthcare, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals. — New case studies and photographic content. Pre Order and Save $55 on all 3 Books Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Volume 1 ISBN 978-1-936590-27-8 . . . . . . $145.00 Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Volume 2 ISBN 978-1-936590-28-5 . . . . . . $145.00 Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Volume 3 ISBN 978-1-936590-29-2 . . . . . . $145.00 $435.00 Save when you purchase ALL 3 ISBN 978-1-878060-47-x . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $380.00
  2. 2. Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Fourth Edition, Volume One: Physical Abuse and Neglect David L. Chadwick, MD; Angelo P. Giardino, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP; Randell Alexander, MD, PhD, FAAP; Jonathan D. Thackeray, MD, FAAP; Debra Esernio-Jenssen, MD 704 pages, 1142 images* Volume One in the fourth edition of Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment provides an overview of the signs and effects of physical abuse and neglect toward children. The clinical text includes essential information for professionals who work to identify, treat, and prevent child abuse and neglect. More than 30 medical experts collaborated to provide the latest clinical data and research on topics ranging from burns and bruises in child maltreatment to oral injuries and the effects of chemical abuse. The clinical portion of the text is accompanied by a photographic atlas in the back of the book, which includes current case studies and more than 1100 images and illustrations that complement many of the main topics included in the clinical text, plus chapters on radiology and photo documentation. Peer-reviewed by experts in the field, Physical Abuse and Neglect is a comprehensive resource to support health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals in their ongoing efforts to identify and prevent physical abuse and neglect of innocent victims. Key Features and Benefits — New! Over 350 new photographs to help practicing professionals identify and treat various incidents of physical abuse and neglect. — Combined clinical guide and photographic atlas for more convenience and easier access to information. — Multidisciplinary focus to support collaboration among health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals. Table of Contents 1. Overview of Child Maltreatment 2. Skeletal and Visceral Radiological Imaging 3. Head Injury 4. Burns in Child Maltreatment 5. Bruises in Child Maltreatment 6. Ophthalmic Manifestations 7. Oral Injuries 8. Thoracoabdominal Injuries 9. The Chemically Abused Child 10. Neglect and Abandonment 11. Failure to Thrive 12. Head Injuries Atlas 13. Burns Atlas 14. Bruises Atlas 15. Ophthalmology Atlas 16. Oral Injuries Atlas 17. Thoracoabdominal Trauma Atlas 18. Radiology Atlas 19. Photodocumentation Atlas 20. Physical Abuse Documentation Atlas 21. Demonstrations Atlas 22. Neglect Atlas 23. Documentation of Neglect Atlas 8045 Big Bend Boulevard, Suite 202 St. Louis, MO 63119-2714 (800) 600-0330 (314) 993-2728 Fax (314) 993-2281 www.stmlearning.com Orders are billed for postage, handling, and state sales tax where appropriate. Prices subject to change without notice. STM Learning, Inc. Leading Publisher of Scientific, Technical, and Medical Educational Resources Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Volume 1 ISBN 978-1-936590-27-8 . . . . . . $145.00 The most comprehensive resource on child physical abuse and neglect * Final table of contents and page and image counts to be determined.
  3. 3. Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Fourth Edition,Volume Two: Sexual Abuse and Psychological Maltreatment David L. Chadwick, MD; Angelo P. Giardino, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP; Randell Alexander, MD, PhD, FAAP; Jonathan D. Thackeray, MD, FAAP; Debra Esernio-Jenssen, MD 442 pages. 323 images* Volume Two in the fourth edition of Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment series provides an overview of the signs and effects of sexual abuse and psychological maltreatment toward children. The clinical text includes new and revised content on topics that are critical to the effective assessment and treatment of sexually and psychologically abused victims. More than 30 medical experts collaborated to provide the latest clinical data and research on topics including interviewing children, sexually transmitted infections, psychological assessment and treatment approaches, and developmental aspects of the young. The clinical portion of the text is accompanied by a photographic atlas in the back of the book, which includes current cases studies and more than 300 images and illustrations that document instances of sexual abuse and equipment used by professionals for documentation. Peer-reviewed by experts in the field, Sexual Abuse and Psychological Maltreatment is a comprehensive resource to support health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals in their ongoing efforts to identify and prevent sexual abuse and psychological maltreatment of innocent victims. Key Features and Benefits: — New! Nearly 100 new photographs to help practicing professionals identify and treat various incidents of sexual abuse and psychological maltreatment. — New! Five new chapters including: Sexual Behaviors in Children; Therapy Approaches for Sexually Abused Children; Positive and Negative Findings and What They Mean; Understanding Resilience; and Lifelong and Life-Limiting Effects of Child Maltreatment. — New! Combined clinical guide and photographic atlas for more convenience and easier access to information. — Multidisciplinary focus to support collaboration among health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals. 8045 Big Bend Boulevard, Suite 202 St. Louis, MO 63119-2714 (800) 600-0330 (314) 993-2728 Fax (314) 993-2281 www.stmlearning.com Orders are billed for postage, handling, and state sales tax where appropriate. Prices subject to change without notice. Table of Contents 1. Sexual Abuse Overview 2. Sexual Abuse: Issues Related to Interviewing Children 3. Sexual Abuse: The Medical History and Examination 4. Sexually Transmitted Infections *5. Sexual Behaviors in Children *6. Therapy Approaches for Sexually Abused Children *7. Positive and Negative Findings and What They Mean 8. Developmental Aspects of the Young Child *9. Understanding Resilience *10. Lifelong and Life-Limiting Effects of Child Maltreatment 11. Psychological Maltreatment 12. The Psychopathology of Child Maltreatment 13. Fabricated and Induced Illness 14. Psychological Assessment and Treatment Approaches 15. Role of the School 16. Sexual Abuse Atlas 17. Equipment for the Documentation of Sexual Abuse Atlas * Indicates new chapter STM Learning, Inc. Leading Publisher of Scientific, Technical, and Medical Educational Resources Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Volume 2 ISBN 978-1-936590-28-5 . . . . . . $145.00 The most comprehensive resource on child sexual abuse and psychological maltreatment * Final table of contents and page and image counts to be determined.
  4. 4. 8045 Big Bend Boulevard, Suite 202 St. Louis, MO 63119-2714 (800) 600-0330 (314) 993-2728 Fax (314) 993-2281 www.stmlearning.com Orders are billed for postage, handling, and state sales tax where appropriate. Prices subject to change without notice. Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Fourth Edition,Volume Three: Cultures at Risk and Roles of Professionals David L. Chadwick, MD; Angelo P. Giardino, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP; Randell Alexander, MD, PhD, FAAP; Jonathan D. Thackeray, MD, FAAP; Debra Esernio-Jenssen, MD 767 pages, 481 images* Volume Three in the fourth edition of Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment provides an overview of topics ranging from the risks of the Internet and family abduction, the legal and forensic aspects of child maltreatment cases, and the roles of physicians, nurses, social workers, and multidisciplinary teams. More than 40 experts have collaborated to provide the latest clinical data, research and case studies in Cultures at Risk and Roles of Professionals, making it one of the most comprehensive child maltreatment resources available for interdisciplinary audiences. The clinical portion of the text is accompanied by a photographic atlas in the back of the book, which includes more than 450 images and case histories on key topics, including police investigations, resources and settings, and prevention. Peer-reviewed by experts in the field, Cultures at Risk and Roles of Professionals is a comprehensive resource to support health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals in their ongoing efforts to identify cultures at risk for maltreatment and support other professionals in the field. Key Features and Benefits: — New! Two new chapters including: Chapter 10, Prosecution of Child Maltreatment; and Chapter 23, Public Health. Chapter 2, Risk of the Internet, has been completely revised to reflect the fast-paced growth of the role of technology in our society. — New! Over 220 new photographs to help practicing professionals identify cultures at risk and the roles of professionals in the field of child maltreatment. — Combined clinical guide and photographic atlas for more convenience and easier access to information. — Multidisciplinary focus to support collaboration among health care, law enforcement, social work, child protection, and court-related professionals. Table of Contents 1. Cultural Overview 2. Risk of the Internet 3. Risk of Abuse in Faith Communities 4. Child Maltreatment and Disability 5. Foster Care: Health Care Issues 6. Family Abduction 7. Pediatric Screening for Intimate Partner Violence 8. Interpersonal Violence 9. The Role of Law Enforcement in the Investigation of CM 10. Prosecution of Child Maltreatment 11. Preparing a Case for Court 12. Legal Issues 13. Preparing to Give Expert Testimony 14. Role of Medical Examiner in Fatal Cases 15. Child Fatality Review Team 16. Clinical Forensic Evidence Collection 17. DNA Evidence 18. Multidisciplinary Teams 19. Role of Physician and Nurse Education 20. Role of the Social Worker 21. Opportunities for Federal Funding and Collaboration 22. Public Child Welfare: A History of Challenge and Opportunity 23. Public Health 24. Prevention 25. The Medical Examiner Atlas 26. Police Investigations Atlas 27. Resources and Settings in the Field of Child Maltreatment Atlas 28. Prevention Atlas STM Learning, Inc. Leading Publisher of Scientific, Technical, and Medical Educational Resources Chadwick’s Child Maltreatment Volume 3 ISBN 978-1-936590-29-2 . . . . . . $145.00 The most comprehensive resource on cultures at risk for child maltreatment and the role of professionals * Final table of contents and page and image counts to be determined.

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