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30th October

Coming Soon | Findings from our Teenage Neglect Review

The Core Info team are pleased to announce that the recent review of self-reported features amongst adolescents experiencing neglect or emotional abuse has now been completed!  We will be posting the resul… click here to read more

26th August

Publication of editorial related to burns review

We are pleased to announce the publication of an editorial related to our systematic review of thermal injuries in children:

 

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Forthcoming Events

Health Safeguarding Fifth Annual Child Protection Update Conference: Saercys, London, UK | 10 November

Health Safeguarding

Health Safeguarding are pleased to announce their Fifth Annual Child Protection Update Confe… click here to read more

Save the Date! Inter-CAP: An international course on child abuse paediatrics: Uppsala, Sweden | 1 – 5 June 2015

The American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Child Abuse & Neglect is delighted tosweden1 announ… click here to read more

  • Core Info: what we do

    Since 2002 we have developed an internationally recognised methodology for systematically reviewing the world literature with regard to child abuse and neglect. Our focus, to date, has been on the recognition and investigation of suspected abuse / maltreatment, providing current and accessible literature, whilst also recommending a research agenda for those working within the field. Click here to find out more
  • Core Info: who we are

    Cardiff Child Protection Systematic Reviews (Core Info) is jointly run by Professor Alison Kemp and Dr Sabine Maguire. It is conducted by an in-house research team and supported by Cardiff University’s Support Unit for Research Evidence (SURE). Reviews are conducted by a valued team of UK-based professionals dedicated to our themes. Core Info is a research collaboration between the Early Years research section of Cardiff University's Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Click here to find out more
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