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Family violence in Canada: a statistical profile 2006

Provides current data on the nature and extent of family violence in Canada. Focuses on the criminal history of persons charged with spousal violence over a 10-year timeframe (1995 to 2004).

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Published: 2006
Child maltreatment: a public health issue

Examines the factors and conditions that contribute to child maltreatment and the relationship between child maltreatment and caregiver substance abuse.

Published: 2004
Midwives and the abuse of women and children

Presents the International Confederation of Midwives' position statement regarding the role midwives should play to help eliminate violence against women and children.

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Published: 2002
Crisis or creation? A systematic examination of “false memory syndrome”

Examines the assumptions underlying "False Memory Syndrome," as well as the epidemiologial evidence, to determine whether there is sufficient empirical evidence to support it as a valid diagnostic construct. Demonstrates that the existence of such a syndrome lacks general acceptance in the mental health field, and that the construct is based on a series of faulty assumptions, many of which have been scientifically disproven. (See Details)

Published: 2002
Child abuse and neglect overview paper

Provides introductory information on child abuse and neglect. Includes definitions of abuse, outlines the extent of the problem, and identifies some of the impacts on victims and abusers. Also includes information on preventing and reporting child abuse, and provides a list of relevant services and publications.

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Published: 1997
Annotated inventory of research reports: completed through the five research centres on family violence and violence against women

Provides an annotated inventory of the 87 research reports produced through the five Research Centres on Family Violence and Violence Against Women and Children.

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Published: 1999
What do YOU think? A youth peer information package on violence

Develped to help young people educate themselves and their peers about violence and to introduce publications, films and organizations that can inform youth about violence. Provides basic information, raises questions, and promotes discussion and reflection.

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Published: 1999
Children and youth as victims of violent crime
Finds that children and youth are over represented as victims of police reported sexual assaults. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Tips for social workers, counselors, health workers, teachers, clergy, and others helping victims of rape, domestic violence and
Describes how social workers and other people advocating for and supporting victims of rape, child abuse, and domestic assault can assist their clients. (See Details)
Published: 2000
The economic dimensions of interpersonal violence
Examines the economic dimensions of interpersonal violence in a variety of socioeconomic and cultural settings, and the effects of economic conditions such as poverty, income inequality, structural adjustment, and social investment. (See Details)
Published: 2004