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The 12th ISPCAN European Regional Conference 
on Child Abuse and Neglect

WORKSHOPS AND SESSIONS

Updated programme, September, 11, 2011

 

September 19, 2011

Monday afternoon 1330 - 1530

 

Workshop 1

Place: Rondo

 

Children who experience domestic violence: Nordic societal responses and children’s participation

Moderator: Guðrún Kristinsdóttir, School of Education, University of Iceland, Iceland

 

Experiencing fathers’ violence at home – children’s ways of reasoning and positioning.

Guðrún Kristinsdóttir, School of Education, University of Iceland, Iceland

 

Children’s understanding of societal responses to experiences of domestic violence

Carolina Øverlien, Norwegian center for violence and traumatic stress studies, Oslo, Norway

 

Making of Break the Chain – Participatory work with young people in the context of domestic violence

Mikko Oranen, National Institute for Welfare and Health, Finland

Co-authors: Tiina, Iina, Karoliina, Pirjo Ervasti, Tuija Korhonen (Oulu’s Mother and Child Home and Shelter), Yuke, Jape, Jonnttu, Inkaw- ja Kazziy, Pia Marttala, Kari Hallikainen (Viola-Free From Violence Association), Heikki Kantonen (Non Fighting Generation), Finland

 

Workshop 2

Place: Studio

 

Investigations of child physical and sexual abuse allegations in Finland – legislation, practices and research

Moderator: Ilona Luoma, Tampere University Hospital and University of Tampere, Finland

 

Finnish legislation, praxis and recent developments within the field of child sexual abuse investigations

Mia Tuominen, National Police Board, Finland


The development of Forensic Child Psychiatry Team at Tampere University Hospital

Vasilisa Järvilehto, Tampere University Hospital, Finland

Co-authors: Ilona Luoma, Tampere University Hospital and University of Tampere, Finland & Mona Jerkku, Tampere University Hospital, Finland

 

Assessments of child sexual abuse at the Helsinki University Hospital: 1. An overview of the cased evaluated during 2006-2010

Taina Laajasalo & Tom Pakkanen, Forensic Psychiatry Center for Children and Adolescents, Helsinki University Hospital, Finland

Co-authors: Julia Korkman, Merja Oksanen, Eeva Aronen

 

Assessments of child sexual abuse at the Helsinki University Hospital: 2. A qualitative analysis

Julia Korkman & Sini Kokko, Forensic Psychiatry Center for Children and Adolescents, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland

Co-authors: Taina Laajasalo, Tom Paakkanen, Merja Oksanen, Eeva Aronen

 

Forensic assessments and risk factors of physically abused children and adolescents

Olli Salo, Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry Unit, Kuopio University Hospital, Finland

Co-authors: Kirsti Kumpulainen (University of Eastern Finland), Tarja Pajunen (Kuopio University Hospital, Finland)

 

Workshop 3

Place: Sonaatti 1

 

Becoming Safe,  Feeling Safe,  Staying Safe

Promoting safety in foster care for children who have experienced abuse and neglect

Gabrielle Jerome, Fostering First International UK), Harriet Rabb, PKS Perhehoito Kumppanit Suomessa, Finland

 

Session 1

Place: Sopraano

Chair: Jonathan Picken, BASPCAN, UK

 

The Tadpole Dialectical Parenting Assessment (TDPA): An on-line programme for the assessment of current parenting behaviour

George Hibbert, Tadpole Cottage Ltd, UK, Jill Canvin

 

Victim meets offender/restorative meetings in cases where children/adolescents have sexually abused other children - a therapeutic tool

Mimi Strange, JANUSCentret, Denmark

 

National Mapping of Needs among Children At Risk in Israel

Rachel Szabo-Lael, Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute, Israel

 

Abuse of children and adults with learning disabilities

Carla Ivens, Confidential Centre on Child Abuse and Neglect, Belgium

 

Importance and outcomes of day care for child welfare children from the perspective of mothers and professionals

Pirjo Pölkki, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

Co-authors: Jaana Lappalainen, City of Kuopio, Riitta Vornanen, University of Eastern Finland

 

Session 2

Place: Sonaatti 2

Chair: Heikki Sariola, Central Union for Child Welfare, Finland

 

Acknowledgement and Accountability in Historical Abuse: Time To Be Heard

Andrew Kendrick, School of Applied Social Sciences, University of Strathclyde

Co-Presenter: Jennifer Davidson, Scotland’s Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children, University of Strathclyde

 

Reviewing child deaths

Jenny Gray, Department of Education, England

 

Children exposed to violence and religious communities

Johanna Hurtig, The University of Tampere, Finland

 

Do Good Intentions Beget Good Policy? A Policy Analysis of Child Welfare Legislation Addressing Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence

Kendra Nixon, University of Manitoba, Canada

Co-authors: Leslie M. Tutty, University of Calgary, Canada; Gillian Weaver-Dunlop, RESOLVE Alberta, Canada; and Christine Walsh, University of Calgary, Canada

 

Child sexual abuse, the internet, politics and the law
A case study of Article 21 of the ‘Draft directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on combating sexual abuse, sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, repealing Framework Decision 2004/68/JHA’

Lalor, Kevin, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland 

 

Session 3

Place: Aaria

Chair: Heidi Manns-Haatanen, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland

 

Barnahus (Children advocacy center) in the western part of Norway, professional collaboration

Dybsland, Reidun, RVTS-West/Barnehuset Bergen, Norway

Johansen, Venke.A. RVTS-West, Norway

 

The need for multiprofessional cooperation between government authorities and experts in Non Government Organisations (NGOs) to effectively meet social needs.

John Frederick and Chris Goddard, Monash University, Australia

 

Managing Strategic Partnerships to Safeguard Children

Jan Horwarth, University of Sheffield, UK

 

How child helpline services utilise new media and technologies to connect with the young 

Thomas Mueller, Child Helpline International, Netherlands

 

Child Protection Practice with Undocumented Immigrant Families:

A View from the United States

Katrin Križ, Emmanuel College, Boston, United States, Marit Skivenes and Elspeth Slayter

 

Session 4

Place: Small Auditorium

Chair: Danya Glaser, BASPCAN and ISPCAN, UK

 

Reuniting Parents and Children: The Role of Birth Parents

Jill Duerr Berrick, University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A.

 

Consultations to Child Protective Services: The Role of Expert Opinions

John M. Leventhal, Yale School of Medicine, USA Lindsay McGuire, Cornell Medical Center, USA Kimberly Martin, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, USA

 

From fragments to wholeness – construction of professional knowledge in child protection Aino Ritala-Koskinen and Saila Huuskonen, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Developing new case review methods for multi-agency child protection work: the results of English pilots

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst, SCIE, UK

Co-author: Hannah Roscoe, Research Analyst, SCIE, UK

 

The relationship between institutional care and international adoption

Shihning Chou, University of Nottingham, UK & Kevin Browne


 

September 19, 2011

Monday evening 1600 - 1800

 

Workshop 4

Place: Small Auditorium

 

Development of child protection systems in Eastern Europe: reflections from 20 years experiences

Moderator: Tatiana Balachova, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA

 

Development of child abuse field  in Georgia

Lia Saralidze, MD, Executive Director of the Public Health and Medicine Development Fund of Georgia

 

From a crisis center to a child protection system in Russia

Irina Alexeeva & Ilya Novoselsky, Russia

 

Analysis of current systems of Child Protection in Russia: Recognizing Achievements and Identifying Gaps

Elena N. Volkova, Director of NNRC "Childhood without violence and cruelty", Doctor of Science, Professor of Psychology, Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University; Russia

 

Implementing Child Protection System in Estonia

Ruth Soonets, Tartu Support Centre for Abused Children, Estonia

 

Workshop 5

Place: Aaria

 

Children are not  the future, they are now – challenging social responsibilities in child protection in India and Kenya

Moderator: Anne Kanene, Save the Children Finland, Eastern Africa Regional Office, Kenya

 

Fighting against child abuse in Kenya using child rights programming framework

Anne Kanene, Save the Children Finland, Eastern Africa Regional Office, Kenya

 

Child Rights Movements as a vehicle of realizing effective participation of children

Tim Ekesa, KAACR - Kenya Alliance for Advancement of Children

 

Establishing a Functional Child Protection System that promotes prevention and response to cases of child abuse and neglect in Kenya

Jacqueline Adhiambo Oduol, Children Affairs, Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development, Kenya

 

Workshop 6

Place: Studio

 

Enhancing practice with children: giving children a voice. Direct work with children using the ‘In My Shoes’ interview

Moderator: Arnon Bentovim, Child and Family Training, UK

Rachel Calam, Liza Bingley Miller (Anon Bentovim) Child and Family Training UK

 

Workshop 7

Place: Sopraano

 

Child Protection Systems: Some International Comparisons

Moderator: Nigel Parton, University of Huddersfield, England

 

Child Protection Systems: Changing Patterns of Response and Emerging Orientations

Nigel Parton, University of Huddersfield, England

 

Trends and Issues in the U.S. Child Welfare System

Jill Duerr Berrick, University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A

 

Child Protection in an Age of Uncertainty - Germany’s Response: Learning from  Mistakes and Successes

Wolff, Reinhart, Alice-Salomon-University Berlin, Germany                                         

Child Protection system in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

Marit Skivenes, Bergen University College, Norway, Anne-Dorthe Hestbæk, SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research, Denmark, Tarja Pösö, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Session 5

Place: Rondo

Chair: Mona Jerkku, Tampere University Hospital, Finland

 

Integrated Working in Children's Centres: a user pathway analysis

Peter Nelson, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

 

Learning to assess andd manage risk in child protection: in memory of Professor Len Dalgleish

Anne Hollows, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

 

Understanding Parental Engagement with Services when Children may be At Risk of Maltreatment

Dendy Platt, University of Bristol, England

 

Coping and continuing in child protection work

Sinikka Forsman, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Supporting divorced parents in early stage prevents child custody disputes
Antero Kupiainen, The Central Union for Child Welfare, Finland
Tiina  Ruisniemi, The Central Union for Child Welfare, Finland

Session 6

Place: Opus 4

Chair: Else Christensen, Danish National Research Institute for Social Welfare, Denmark

 

Sibling Incest: Using a Family System Approach

Anne, Broere, Confidential Centre of Child Abuse and Neglect, Belgium

Ingrid, Delameillieure, Confidential Centre of Child Abuse and Neglect, Belgium

 

The Challenges of Responding to the Impact of Complex Childhood Trauma through a Systemic Lens.

Ingelin Froiland, Take Two, Berry Street, Victoria, Australia

 

Sexually abused young person as a client in sexual health clinic – what kind of sexual abuse they have experienced?

Tuija Rinkinen, The Family Federation of Finland, Helsinki; Kirsi Porras, The Family Federation of Finland, Helsinki; Jari Kylmä, University of Tampere, Finland; Dan Apter, The Family Federation of Finland, Helsinki & Tuula Vaskilampi, University of Eastern Finland

 

The Dynamic Maturational Model of Attachment: Implications for court work and interventions post proceedings

Victoria Lidchi, Tavistock and Portam NHS Trust, Alexandra Marinou

 

Violence can be prevented by awareness of inner script dynamics

Marjo-Riitta Karhunen, Maria Akatemia ry, Finland

Co-author: Tanja Harju, Maria Akatemia ry, Finland

 

Session 7

Place: Sonaatti 2

Chair: Steve Bamborough, Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, UK

 

Presentation of findings from the first Danish clinical centre for children with sexual behaviour problems (SBP) and adolescents with sexually harmful behaviour (SHB)

Jensen, Anders Kirstein, The Janus Centre, Denmark

 

Early child factors predicting one-year cognitive development and mother-infant interaction among children of drug-addicted and non-addicted mothers

Marjo Flykt, University of Tampere, Finland.

Co-authors: Raija-Leena Punamäki, University of Tampere, Finland; Ritva Belt, City of Tampere, Finland; Marjukka Pajulo, University of Turku, Finland; Tiina Posa, City of Hollola, Finland.

 

Play narratives and emotional/behavioural symptoms of children assessed in forensic and clinical contexts

Ilona Luoma, Tampere University Hospital and University of Tampere, Finland

Co-authors: Reija Latva, Tarja Sorvali, Raili K. Salmelin and Pälvi Kaukonen, Tampere University Hospital and University of Tampere, Finland

 

Child Maltreatment Surveillaince in Canada: on the Contributions of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect

Lil Tonmyr, Public Health Agency of Canada, Injury and Child Maltreatment Section, Canada

Co-authors: Catherine Ouimet & Anne-Marie Ugnat, Public Health Agency of Canada, Injury and Child Maltreatment Section

 

Child abandonment and its prevention in Europe

Kevin Browne, UK, Elka Nalbantova, Hana Zurovcova, Ingrid Leth, Marie Anaut, Maria Herczog, Ieva Daniunaite, Diana Tascu, Vladislav Matej, Shihning Chou & Kate Whitfield

 

Session 8

Place: Sonaatti 1

Chair: Noora Ellonen, Police College of Finland, Finland

 

Risk factors of violence in families of 2 and 4 years old children reported by

parents

Tanja Koivula, Finland

Co-authors: Eija Paavilainen, University of Tampere, Finland & Noora Ellonen,  Police College of Finland

 

Shaken Baby Prevention – A New Zealand perspective

Kati Knuuttila, Auckland District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand

Co-authors: Patrick Kelly, Auckland District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand

 

Child Sexual Abuse: The Role of Expert Statements in Legal Outcome

Jenni Niemi, Police College of Finland, Finland, Noora Ellonen, University of Tampere, Finland, Minna Joki-Erkkilä, Tampere University Hospital, Finland

 

Anal findings in children with and without anal penetration. Preliminary results from a retrospective study.

Myhre AK, St. Olavs University Hospital, Norway

Co-authors: Adams JA, University of California San Diego, USA, Kaufhold M, Chadwick Center, USA, Suresh P, Chadwick Center, USA, Davis J, Chadwick Center, USA, Kuelbs C, Chadwick Center, USA

 

The victim’s audition during the trial

Elisabetta Kolar , USSM Trieste – Ministero della Giustizia, Italia

Marilena Sinigaglia, USSM Venezia – Ministero della Giustizia, Italia


 

September 20, 2011

Tuesday Morning 1015 - 1200

 

Workshop 8, part 1

Place: Small Auditorium

 

Evidence-Supported Multidisciplinary Response to Child Abuse:  Children’sAdvocacy Centers and Barnahus

Moderator: Chris Newlin, National Children’s Advocacy Center, USA

Co-Authors: Lou Ann Holland, U.S. Department of Justice, USA

 

The development of Children´s Advocacy Centers (Barnahus) in Sweden

Åsa Landberg, Save the Children Sweden, Sweden

 

Barnehuset Bergen

Kristin Konglevoll Fjell, Barnehuset Bergen, CAC Norway

 

Meeqqanut Illu, Kalaallit Nunaat – a Greenlandic Children’s Advocacy Center

Annalise Rust, Ministry of Family Affairs, Culture, Church and Gender Equality, Greenland

 

Workshop 9

Place: Aaria

 

Getting Your Research Published in an Academic Journal: Advice from a Former Editor of Child Abuse & Neglect

Moderator: John M. Leventhal, Yale School of Medicine, USA

 

Workshop 10

Place: Sonaatti 1

 

Developing and implementing e-leaerning on CAN

Moderator: Marielle Dekker, Augeo Foundation, Netherlands

 

Workshop 11

Place: Sonaatti 2

 

It ain’t what you do it’s the way that you do it. Promoting participation amongst young people who have experienced violence: a conceptual framework

Jan Horwath, the University of Sheffield, UK; Dan Hodgkiss, Walsall Integrated Young People's Support Services, UK; Efrosini Kalyva City College Thessaloniki, Greece; Spyros Spyrou, European University, Cyprus. 

 

Session 9

Place: Studio

Chair: Victoria Lidchi, Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, UK

 

Moving Mountains: Enabling Children, Disabling Child Abuse

Karel R. Amaranth, Butler Child Advocacy Center at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, United States

 

Childen's views on (the legal ban of) corporal punishment

Ninoslava, Pecnik, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Ana, Tokic, University of Zagreb, Croatia

 

Initial results of the Pilot study on the extent and scope of child abuse incidence in Nizhny Novgorod region

Tatyana Е. Fedoseeva, Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University; Kimberly Svevo, Child Rights and Protection Consultancy-International, USA (University of Victoria, Canada, Elena N. Volkova, Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University

 

Recognizing and responding to intimate partner violence and child maltreatment

Tuija Leppäkoski, Aune Flinck, Joonas Kälvinmäki & Eija Paavilainen, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Mixed-methods research experiences in cases of alleged child maltreatment

Bert Van Puyenbroeck, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

Co-authors: Gerrit Loots, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, and Universiteit Gent, Belgium, Hans Grietens, Universiteit Groningen, Netherlands, Wolfgang Jacquet, Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium

 

Session 10

Place: Rondo

Chair: Figen Sahin, Gazi University Faculty of Medicine. Turkey

 

The Negative and Harmful Experiences of Children Participating in Organised Sport in the UK

Kate Alexander and Anne Stafford, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Listening to the voices of children. Inviting to partnership in social work.

A-M E. Olsson, University of Kristianstad, Sweden

 

Young people in the Interface of Child Welfare and Youth Psychiatry in Finland

Kaisa-Elina Hotari, University of Tampere, Finland

 

 “It was just an arrangement for the adults” - Divorcing parents negotiating the best of child

Marina Bergman-Pyykkönen, Finnish Forum for Mediation, Vaula Haavisto, Finnish Forum for Mediation, Synnöve Karvinen-Niinikoski, University of Helsinki, Minna Mattila-Aalto, Finnish Forum for Mediation

 

What's the plan? Youth participation in planning: An Australian Context

Jacqueline Reed and Rosemary Jenkinson, CREATE Foundation, Australia

 

Session 11

Place: Sopraano

Chair: Raija-Leena Punamäki, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Qualified professionals working for the wellbeing of children and families

Eva Siitonen, Tehy, Finland

 

Children in Greenland who live a risky life

Else Christensen, The Danish National Centre for Social Research, Denmark

Co-auhtor: Kirsten Ørgaard, The Dandelion, Nuuk

 

Psychosocial support among school shooting trauma exposed students in Kauhajoki, Finland

Tuija Turunen, Hospital District of South Ostrobothnia, Finland

Co-author: Sirkka Ala-aho, Hospital District of South Ostrobothnia, Finland

 

'Growing-Up Together' Workshops With Parents of Young Children

Ninoslava, Pecnik, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Branka, Starc, Croatia

 

The Effect of the Safe at Home Response to Family Violence on Child Protection Matters in Tasmania

Margaret Chandler, Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania, Australia

 


September 20, 2011

Tuesday Midday 1300 - 1500

 

Workshop 8, part 2

Place: Small Auditorium

 

Evidence-Supported Multidisciplinary Response to Child Abuse:  Children’sAdvocacy Centers and Barnahus

 

Moderator: Chris Newlin, National Children’s Advocacy Center, USA

Co-Authors: Lou Ann Holland, U.S. Department of Justice, USA

 

Portuguese management on child abuse and neglect: setting the grounds to the implementation of a child advocay center

Patrícia Jardim1-3, Cristina Ribeiro1-3, Resmiye Oral5, Teresa Magalhães1-4

¹ National Institute of Legal Medicine, North Branch, Porto, Portugal

²Faculty of Medicine - Porto University, Portugal

³ Forensic Science Center - CENCIFOR, Portugal

4 Abel Salazar Biomedical Institute - Porto University, Portugal

5 University Iowa, Carver College of Medicine, Child Protection Program – Iowa City, Iowa, USA

1 

Evolution of multicenter collaborative training activities leading to establishment of the first child advocay center in Turkey

Sevgi Baskan, Ufuk Beyazova, Akfer Karaoglan, Resmiye Oral, Figen Sahin, Betul Ulukol

 

The evaluation of Child Advocacy Centers/Barnahus a brief overview

Carl Göran Svedin, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry/IKE, Faculty of Health Sciences, Linköping University, Sweden

Co-author: Chris Newlin, National Children’s Advocacy Centers, USA)

 

Workshop 12

Place: Rondo

 

Child protection decision making: Assessing the risk of future Harm and the likelihood of change - an evidence based approach

Moderator: Arnon Bentovim, Child and Family Training, UK

 

Enhancing practice in assessing parenting and family life

Stephen Pizzey, Liza Bingley Miller, (Arnon Bentovim)

 

Enhancing practice in assessing families in complex child care cases

Liza Bingley Miller, Arnon Bentovim

 

The SAAF – Safeguarding children assessment and analysis framework – risks of future harm and prospects for intevention

Arnon Bentovim, Liza Bingley Miller, Marianne Bentovim, Stephen Pizzey

 

Workshop 13

Place: Sopraano

 

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: What do we know and what should we do?

Moderator: Tatiana Balachova, Prevent FAS Research Group and University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA

 

FASD in Lithuania. Problems in diagnostics and management.

Audrone Prasauskiene, Children’s rehabilitation hospital, branch to the Lithuanian university of health sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania

 

The role of FASD in children taken into custody

Ilona Autti-Rämö, the Social Insurance Institution, Research Department, Helsinki, Finland

 

Alcohol consumption by childbearing age women in Nizhny Novgorod region in Russia

Prevent FAS Research Group: Tatiana Balachova, Barbara Bonner, Elena Volkova, Larissa Skitnevskaya

 

Women’s attitudes toward alcohol consumption during pregnancy

Prevent FAS Research Group: Tatiana Balachova, Barbara Bonner, Elena Volkova, Kosih Elena

 

Workshop 14

Place: Studio

 

BECAN consolidated Round Tables Epidemiological Field Research and Administrative Data Case-Surveillance Studies on Child Abuse and Neglect

 

Moderator: George Nikolaidis, Department of Mental Health and Social Welfare, Institute of Child Health, Greece

 

Participants: George Nikolaidis, Institute of Child Health, Greece, Enila Cenko, Children’s Human Rights Centre of Albania, Albania, Miroslav Rajter, Faculty of Law, Department of Social Work, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Imola Antal, Social Work Department, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

 

Session 12

Place: Opus 4

Chair: Victoria Lidchi, Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, UK

 

The Prevalence and Impact of Sibling Victimisation in the United Kingdom

Christine Bradley, NSPCC, United Kingdom

Lorraine Radford, University of Bristol & NSPCC, UK; Susana Corral, City University & NSPCC, UK; and Helen Fisher, Kings College London, UK

 

The significance of social skills in the bullying processes of preschoolers

Vilja Laaksonen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Co-author: Maili Pörhölä, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

 

Who do you turn to?:  Informal emotional support provided by peers to children experiencing abuse and violence

Allnock, Debra National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, United Kingdom, Radford, Lorraine, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the University of Bristol, United Kingdom

 

Creation of child-friendly inquiry and investigation procedures

Lyudmila B. Morozova, Nizhny Novgorod Resource Center, Russia

 

Prevalence of Emotional Abuse in Childhood in the United Kingdom: Impact and overlap with other victimisation experiences

Susana Corral, City University, London & NSPCC, United Kingdom

Co-authors: Lorraine Radford, University of Bristol & NSPCC, UK; Christine Bradley, NSPCC, UK, and Helen Fisher, Kings College London, UK

 

Session 13

Place: Sonaatti 2

Chair: Kevin Lalor, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland

 

Adolescents’ coping with domestic violence

Sari Lepistö, University of Tampere, Finland

Co-author Eija Paavilainen, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Multi-Professional Implementation of Policy for Children in Public Care: Higher Aspirations to Secure Children’s Brighter Futures

Jennifer Davidson, Director, Scotland’s Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Co-Presenter: Professor Andrew Kendrick, University of Strathclyde

 

 “If kids don’t feel safe they don’t do anything”: Young People’s views on help-seeking and receiving services when they have been maltreated

Sarah Gorin, NSPCC, England

Co-author: Alison Jobe, NSPCC, England

 

Youth in Care and the Devastating Impact of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder:  What Child Welfare Agencies Need to Know

Linda Burnside, Avocation, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Don Fuchs, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Co-authors: Amy Reinink & Shelagh Marchenski, University of Manitoba

 

Participation of children in making plans in child protection

Anni G. Haugen, University of Iceland, Iceland

 

Session 14

Place: Sonaatti 1

Chair: Mia Lumio, City of Tampere, Finland

 

Preventing and Combating Child Abuse and Neglect: an overview of 5

Countries

Mariska De Baat, Peter van der Linden The Netherlands Youth Institute, Netherlands

 

A cross-national study on the availability and comparability of child maltreatment data

Emily R. Munro, Loughborough University, England

 

Peer abuse at school and in higher education: Are they associated?

Maili Pörhölä, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

 

Child Abuse and Neglect: Changing Responsibilities in this Globalized World

Pat Cox, University of Central Lancashire, UK

 

World Perspectives 2010

Lil Tonmyr, Public Health Agency of Canda, Injury and Child Maltreatment Section, Jenny Gray, Editor of World Perspectives and ISPCAN Councillor

 

September 20, 2011

Tuesday afternoon 1530 - 1730

 

Workshop 15

Place: Rondo

 

Towards a common conceptualization of childhood neglect. How can we better define, operatinalize and monitor definitions and measures of neglect in order to enable prevention, intervention and treatment?

Moderator: Grete Dyb, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo, Norway

Co-authors: Helene Flood Aakvaag, Mia Myhre, Synne Øien Stensland and Siri Thoresen, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies NKVTS

 

Can we define neglect?

Synne Øien Stensland, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Norway, Helene Aakvaag, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Norway, and Grete Dyb, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies and Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo, Norway

 

The Operationalization of Neglect – Learning from Experience

Helene Flood Aakvaag, Synne Stensland and Siri Thoresen, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies NKVTS, Norway

 

Clinical implications of defining childhood neglect

Mia Cathrine Myhre, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, NKVTS and Oslo University Hospital, Norway, Synne Øien Stensland, NKVTS, Norway and Grete Dyb, NKVTS and Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo, Norway

 

Workshop 16

Place: Studio

 

Early prevention through enriching parenthood - a co-parenting approach to professional encounters

Moderator: Jukka Mäkelä, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

 

The human need for shared and co-operative parenting

Jukka Mäkelä, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

 

Partnership as a co-parenting approach to professional encounters

Marjatta Kekkonen, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

 

One step ahead - promotional interviews and observation to diminish abuse and neglect

Arja Hastrup, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

 

Building multisectoral support for parenting - families with parental mental health problems, substance use issues and poverty in focus

Tytti Solantaus, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

Co-authors: Mika Niemelä, Marianne Sipilä, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finlan

 

Workshop 17

Place: Small Auditorium

 

BECAN Round Table  

“Ethical and Methodological Issues on Child Abuse and Neglect Research”

Moderator: Moderator: George Nikolaidis, Department of Mental Health and Social Welfare, Institute of Child Health, Greece

 

Participants:

George Nikolaidis, Institute of Child Health, Greece, Kevin Browne, University of Nottingham, U.K., Maria Roth, Social Work Department, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania, Miroslav Rajter, Faculty of Law, Department of Social Work, University of Zagreb, Croatia, John Fluke, American Humane Association, U.S.A.

 

Session 15

Place: Sonaatti 2

Myriam Caranzano, ASPI Foundation, Switzerland

 

The relations between the client and the document in child protection context

Tarja Vierula, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Understanding my Life: A Qualitative Study of Parents’ Experiences of Intensive Support

Pat Cox, University of Central Lancashire, UK

Co-author: Karen Whittaker, University of Central Lancashire, UK

 

How Children Tell: Factors influencing disclosure of child sexual abuse

Culhane, Maebh, McElvaney, Rosaleen DIT School of Social Sciences, Dublin, Ireland

 

Responses against child trafficking in Europe: From direct actions to structural approaches

Pierre Cazenave, Terre des hommes – Child Relief, Hungary

 

 

Session 16

Place: Sonaatti 1

Chair: Koenraad Norga, University of Leuven, Belgium

 

Rebuilding Childhoods.

An evidence-based manual of therapeutic intervention for child sexual abuse

Debra Allnock, The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, United Kingdom, Trish O’Donnell, NSPCC, United Kindom

 

Safeguarding Children across Services: Messages from Research on Identifying and Responding to Child Maltreatment

Jenny Gray, Department for Education, England, Carolyn Davies, University of London, England

 

National Guideline concerning child maltreatment as the basis of developing multiprofessional practices

Eija Paavilainen, University of Tampere, Finland

Co-author: Aune Flinck, University of Tampere, National Institute of Health and Welfare, Finland

 

Development of national guidelines for the medical assessment of suspected child physical abuse in Norway

Mia C. Myhre, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studie, NKVTS and Oslo University Hospital, Norway

Kathinka Aslaksen, NKVTS and Sørlandet Hospital, Norway, Grete Dyb, NKVTS and Institute of Clinical Medicine, UiO, Norway, Arne K. Myhre, RVTS and St. Olav’s University Hospital, Norway

 

Good practice for the prevention of abuse and violence by women – The Demeter Programme

Tanja Harju, Maria Akatemia ry, Finland

Co-author: Marjo-Riitta Karhunen, Maria Akatemia ry, Finland

 

Session 17

Place: Aaria

Chair: Heidi Manns-Haatanen, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland

 

Perceived parental closeness, support and control as protective or risk factors of adolescents’ sexual abuse

Kadri Soo, University of Tartu, Estonia

Co-author: Mare Ainsaar University of Tartu, Estonia

 

Changing the paradigm - how to move from uncertainty to reliability

Peter Lachman, Great Ormond Street Hospital London

Camden PCT, Royal Free Hospital Hampstead, United Kingdom

 

Have children been left behind in the battle against violence in close relationships?

Anni Haugen, University of Iceland, Iceland

 

What makes for a good assessment of a child in need and their family? Messages from research

Danielle Turney, University of Bristol, UK

Co-author: Dendy Platt, University of Bristol, UK

 

Effective outcomes in work with denied child abuse: myth or reality?

Anne Hollows, Sue Foley, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

 

Session 18

Place: Sopraano

Chair: Noora Ellonen, Police College of Finland, Finland

 

Safety, confidentiality and children’s rights as participants in research on child maltreatment : ethical issues in survey research

Lorraine Radford, University of Bristol England

Co-authors: Susana Corral and Christine Bradley, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, NSPCC, England

 

U.S. National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV)

Heather A. Turner, University of New Hampshire, USA

Co-authors: David Finkelhor, University of New Hampshire, U.S.A., Sherry Hamby,  Sewanee, The University of the South

 

Cross national comparative session on the maltreatment and victimisation of children and young people – findings from the UK

Lorraine Radford, University of Bristol, England

Co-authors: Susana Corral and Christine Bradley, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, NSPCC, England

 

The epidemiology of trauma/victimization in a Swedish sample of adolescents

Carl Göran Svedin, Nikolas Aho, Linköping University, Sweden

 

The role of emotional abuse and neglect in the intergenerational transmission of psychological effects of armed conflict in Palestine

Esa Palosaari, University of Tampere, Finland

Co-authors: Samir Qouta, Islamic University of Gaza, Palestine, Eyad El-Sarraj,  Gaza Community Mental Health Programme, Palestine, Raija-Leena Punamäki, University of Helsinki, Finland

 

September 21, 2011

Wednesday morning 0900 – 1100

 

Workshop 18

Place: Rondo

Longitudinal studies in child care and protection - outcomes and measures

Moderator: Tarja Heino, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

 

Population-level Risk Factors for Foster Care - A register-based follow-up study of the 1987 Birth Cohort

Kestilä Laura, National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland

Co-authors: Paananen Reija, Väisänen Antti, Muuri Anu, Heino Tarja and Gissler Mika, National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland

 

Invisible child maltreatment and long-term social harm:

A social psychological study of PTSD and suicidal behavior based on national samples

Mogens Nygaard Christoffersen, The Danish National Institute of Social Research

 

A follow-up study of children taken into care in 2006 – methodological considerations

Tuija Eronen, University of Tampere, Finland

Co-author: Tarja Pösö, University of Tampere, Finland

 

Exploring the demand for child welfare services: Do social workers have preventive role?

Antti Väisänen, Centre for Health and Social Economics, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

Co-author: Ismo Linnosmaa, Centre for Health and Social Economics, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

 

Workshop 19

Place: Small Auditorium

 

Child Protection with Violence Intervention

Moderator: Minna Juutilainen, Central Finland Healthcare District

 

Fatal Child Abuse and Other Filicides in Finland 

Anne Kauppi, Juhani Merikanto, Kari Karkola, Tuija Vanamo, Kirsti Kumpulainen

 

Hurting and Healing from Childhood Interpersonal Trauma

Minna Juutilainen, Central Finland Healthcare District

 

Systematic Violence Intervention during Pregnancy and Childbirth: A Good Practice in Central Finland Healthcare District

Minna Juutilainen, Juhani Merikanto, Raakel Petäjäjärvi, Central Finland Health District

 

Workshop 20  

Place: Sopraano (9.00-10.00)

 

Engaging with Father

Moderator: Nick Stanley, University of Central Lancashire, UK

 

Strategies for engaging with fathers who perpetrate domestic violence - evidence from two studies

Nick Stanley, University of Central Lancashire, UK

 

Holding Men to Account in Domestic Violence – shifting the mandate for change through engagement

John Devaney, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

 

Workshop 21

Place: Sonaatti 2

 

Safeguarding Children in whom Illness is Fabricated or Induced:

An Introduction to the English Training Materials

Jan Horwath, University of Sheffield, UK

Co-authors: Christopher Bools, Oxford Health, UK, Richard Wilson, UK, Jenny Gray, Department for Education, UK

 

Session 19

Place: Sonaatti 1

Satu Kivitie-Kallio, HUCH, Finland

 

Improving the Odds - A special training program for pediatricians

Yoram Ben-Yehuda, Hadassah Ein Kerem University Hospital, Israel

 

Screening for child abuse risk factors by midwives in the Netherlands

Remy Vink, TNO, Leiden, the Netherlands

Co-author: Bregje van Sleuwen, TNO, Leiden, the Netherlands

 

Developing maltreatment severity assessment  criteria to improve clinical CPS decision-making in Spain

Ignacia Arruabarrena, University of the Basque Country, Spain

Co-authors: Joaquín de Paúl, University of the Basque Country, Spain

 

Mediation as a means to settle family violence and reduce child abuse and neglect

Aune Flinck, National Institute for Health and Welfare Technologies and Practices Assessment Unit, FinSoC, Finland

 

Child Protection Policy and Intimate Partner Woman Abuse: An Alternative Policy Framework

Kendra Nixon, University of Manitoba, Canada

 

Session 20

Place: Studio

Chair: Jonathan Picken, BASPCAN, UK

 

Child Advocacy Centres: The Australian experience

Natalie Hall, Parkerville Children and Youth Care, Australia

 

Working together to stop child abuse: Cooperation across three Caucasus countries

Lia Saralidze, The Public Health and Medicine Development Fund of Georgia, Georgia, Armine Gmyur-Karapetyan, "Arevamanuk", Armenia; Professor Margaret Lynch

 

Child Protection Systems: Stakeholder cooperation and accountability enforcement through child helplines

Hasna Benhadhou/Marieke Noz, Child Helpline International, The Netherlands

 

MaSu Development Project – Intercultural dialogue for the prevention of child abuse and neglect

Tanja Harju, Maria Akatemia ry, Finland

Co-author: Marjo-Riitta Karhunen, Maria Akatemia ry, Finland

 

The first children’s rights congress in Turkey: Children’s Rights for Children’s Republic

Serpil Ugur Baysal, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey

 

Session 21

Place: Aaria

Chair: Gabriel Otterman, Uppsala Children’s Hospital, Sweden

 

Puzzling medical symptoms with maltreatment implications, co-operative  and creative solutions

Sue Foley, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Australia

 

Promoting Positive Care Practices: Assessment and Research-Informed Intervention With Residential Care Staff

Dora Pereira, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal

Co-author, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal

 

Involving Young People in Research on Neglect

Sarah Gorin, NSPCC, England

 

Addressing denial and complexity in intra-familal sexual abuse - the lessons from Maison d'accueil Jean Bru, Agen, France

Peter Lachman, Jacques Argeles, Patrick Ayoun, Adeline Gouttenoire, Michel Louvet Hélène Romano, Scientific Council, Association Docteurs Bru, Paris, France

Using evidence base in child sexual abuse

Jean Price, BASPCAN England

 

Session 22

Place: Opus 4

Chair: Else Christensen, Danish National Research Institute for Social Welfare, Denmark

 

Parents' substance misuse and children’s rights for support: Hypotheses and preliminary results of a register study

Kirsimarja Raitasalo, Marja Holmila, Finland

 

Applying the ‘community standard’ to assessing child neglect in the Northern Territory, Australia: policy making on the front line.

Nettie Flaherty, Monash University; Flinders University/Charles Darwin University Department of Rural Health, Australia

 

A model of sharing social responsibility for vulnerable children among practitioners, managers and political decision-makers

Anna Metteri, University of Tampere, Finland

Co-author: Niina Suhonen, University of Tampere, Finland


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