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Connecting the Dots in Childhood and Adolescent Trauma

Connecting the Dots in Childhood and Adolescent Trauma EDITORIALS Connecting the Dots in Childhood and Adolescent Trauma URING THE PAST 20 YEARS, A MAJOR FO- connection that are not optimized for children and ado- cus of the work by Finkelhor and vari- lescents in our society who experience trauma. In addi- ous coauthors has been to quantify the tion to fortifying efforts to promote disclosure of victim- problem of childhood/adolescent vic- ization by children and adolescents, we highlight 4 D timization by asking older children and additional opportunities for connecting the dots in the adolescents about their experiences of violence and par- broader landscape of childhood/adolescent trauma: ents about their children’s experiences of violence. This 1. The communication between the authorities that work has consistently offered a look at the wide discrep- first learn of childhood/adolescent victimization (eg, ancies between the numbers of investigated cases of vio- school or police authorities) and those who can offer care lence toward children and adolescents and the episodes and additional assistance (eg, medical authorities and of past exposure to violence they have reported. In the Child Protective Services) must be enhanced. current issue of the Archives, Finkelhor et al offer wel- 2. The connection between childhood/adolescent come news about increasing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Pediatrics American Medical Association

Connecting the Dots in Childhood and Adolescent Trauma

JAMA Pediatrics , Volume 165 (1) – Jan 1, 2011

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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2011 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6203
eISSN
2168-6211
DOI
10.1001/archpediatrics.2010.241
pmid
21199986
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Abstract

EDITORIALS Connecting the Dots in Childhood and Adolescent Trauma URING THE PAST 20 YEARS, A MAJOR FO- connection that are not optimized for children and ado- cus of the work by Finkelhor and vari- lescents in our society who experience trauma. In addi- ous coauthors has been to quantify the tion to fortifying efforts to promote disclosure of victim- problem of childhood/adolescent vic- ization by children and adolescents, we highlight 4 D timization by asking older children and additional opportunities for connecting the dots in the adolescents about their experiences of violence and par- broader landscape of childhood/adolescent trauma: ents about their children’s experiences of violence. This 1. The communication between the authorities that work has consistently offered a look at the wide discrep- first learn of childhood/adolescent victimization (eg, ancies between the numbers of investigated cases of vio- school or police authorities) and those who can offer care lence toward children and adolescents and the episodes and additional assistance (eg, medical authorities and of past exposure to violence they have reported. In the Child Protective Services) must be enhanced. current issue of the Archives, Finkelhor et al offer wel- 2. The connection between childhood/adolescent come news about increasing

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JAMA PediatricsAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jan 1, 2011

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