Child Neglect: Practice Issues for Health and Social Care

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Author Index
Adcock, M. 91, 140
Ainsworth, M. 163
Aldgate, J. 67
Alison, L. 210
ALSPAC Study Team 27, 30, 189
Anderson, K. 202
Anecillo, C. 171
Arendt, R.E. 282
Atkar, S. 29
Avent, M. 194
Aynsley-Green, A. 168, 173
Ayre, P. 131
Baginsky, M. 119
Bailey, V. 49
Baker, P. 253
Bakwin, H. 167
Baladerian, N. 149
Baldwin, N. 28, 30, 41, 192, 267
Bandura, A. 283
Barbero, G.J. 167
Barclay, L. 202
Barlow, J. 225
Barnard, M. 207, 213, 221, 225, 286, 289
Barnes, H.V. 35
Bartley, M. 29
Bassin, D. 252
Batchelor, J. 167
Bates, T. 211
BC Institute Against Family Violence 246
Becerra, R.M. 18
Beck, U. 208
Bell, C. 116
Bellis, M.D.D. 286
Belsky, J. 134
Bentovim, R. 133, 140
Beresford, B. 231
Berglund, M. 288
Bernal, H. 202
Berry, E. 115, 116, 120
Berry, M. 149
Berwick, D.M. 168
Bewley, S. 273
Bhui, K. 159
Bialoskurski, M. 202
Bifulco, A. 58, 63, 66, 68, 149
Bigelow, K.M. 284
Bingley, L. 133, 140
Birch, E. 188
Birchall, E. 97, 114
Birks, E. 172
Bishop, B. 116
Black, M.M. 169, 171, 253
Black, R. 209
Blizzard, R. 167
Blom-Cooper, L. 157
Bonner, B. 123
Borduin, C.M. 284
Bowden, P. 252, 253
Bowlby, J. 134, 163, 167
Bradbury, B. 33
Bradshaw, J. 264
Bradshaw, T. 119
Brandon, M. 211
Brasel, J. 167
Brassard, M. 62
Bridge Childcare Consultancy 78, 83, 100, 132, 149, 152, 156, 157, 232
Bridge Childcare Development Service 149, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 162
Briggs, F. 119
Brighton, J. 202
Broadhurst, D.D. 30, 116
Bronfenbrenner, U. 261
Bross, D. 192
Brown, G.W. 58
Brown, J. 212
Brown, R. 93, 94
Browne, K. 39
Brunk, M. 284
Brunssen, S. 195
Bryan, E. 189
Bubeck, D. 252
Buchanan, A. 265
Buckley, H. 81, 114, 115, 116, 117, 120, 122, 126, 127
Bullard, D.M. 167
Bullock, R. 147, 150, 151, 152, 158, 159, 160, 267
Callaghan, L. 193
Campbell, H. 205
Cantwell, H. 158
Carroll, L. 174
Carson, A. 253
Caspi, A. 68
Cattell, V. 38
Cavanagh, S. 210
Cawson, P. 149
Caye, J. 78
Chalmers, I. 49
Chamba, R. 232
Chang, G. 252
Chapin, H. 167
Chapman, T. 200
Charles, M. 126
Charlston, R. 116
Chief Secretary to the Treasury 10, 97, 100, 103, 109, 157
Children are Unbeatable 39
Chivers, R. 55
Churchill, R. 288
Clark, C.L. 250
Clausen, A. 57
Cleaver, H. 67, 68-9, 210, 211
Cohen, R. 32
Coile, D. 194
Cole, E. 159, 173
Cole, T.J. 173
Coleman, R.W. 167
Coley, R.L. 265
Collins, P. 253
Colton M. 152
Conroy, S. 116
Coohey, C. 18, 253, 270
Cooke, P. 234
Cooke, R. 190
Cooper, A. 300
Cooper, C. 85
Cooper, H. 38
Copello, A. 288
Corbett, S.S. 168
Cordon, I.M. 284
Court, S.D.M. 135
Couture, G. 270
Coyle, J. 200
Creighton, S. 30, 58
Crittenden, P. 18, 19, 57, 149, 253, 254, 289
Crow, S. 123
Cruden, B. 110
Curran, A. 202
Curtis, P. 147
Daley, B.J. 93
Daniel, B. 17, 19, 21, 24, 41, 77, 98, 261, 266, 267, 272
Darlow, B. 191
D'Avanzo, K. 209
Davies, H. 55
Dawson, K. 116
Daycare Trust 35
De'Ath, E. 85
Dempster, H. 267
Department of Child Youth and Family 120, 122
Department of Health 10, 12, 16, 20, 41, 64, 74, 78, 87, 90, 98, 100, 110, 114, 117, 132, 133, 149, 157, 162, 163, 228, 229, 241, 251
Home Office and Department for Education and Employment 13, 98, 132, 148, 150
Department of Health and Children (Ireland) 87, 114, 116
Department of Health Committee on the Medical Aspects of Food Policy 168, 170
Department of Health and Social Security 58
DHSS see Department of Health and Social Security
Di Vitto, B. 187, 189
Dignan, K. 198
Dillenberger, K. 250
Dingwall, R. 117
Disability Awareness in Action 238
Dobson, B. 28
DoH see Department of Health
Dominelli, L. 45
Donohue, B. 283
Dooley, T. 251
Dore, M.M. 288
Dowie, A. 265
Dowler, E. 28
Drewett, R.F. 168, 171
Drotar, C. 167, 171
Dubowitz, H. 10, 15, 83, 148, 169, 253, 269, 274, 275
Dulude, D. 193

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