Editorials

Sidebotham, P. (2015) Parental beliefs and child protection. Child Abuse Review 24(6): 389-394

Sidebotham, P. (2015). Learning To Listen: To Young People, Parents, Perpetrators. Child Abuse Review 24(3): 155-158.

Appleton, J. V. and P. Sidebotham (2015). The Child at the Centre of Care. Child Abuse Review 24(2): 77-81.

Sidebotham, P. (2015). The Challenge and Complexities of Physical Abuse. Child Abuse Review 24(1): 1-5.

 

Sidebotham, P (2014) What did you do at work today, Daddy?  Child Abuse Review. 23(5): 307-310

Sidebotham P, Giving evidence in court, Paediatrics and Child Health (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.paed.2014.01.009

Sidebotham P, Appleton J (2014) From 2014 to 2015 and Beyond: Using Evidence to Promote the Protection of Children Worldwide.  Child Abuse Review  23(1): 1-4

 

Sidebotham, P. (2013). “Rethinking Filicide.” Child Abuse Review 22(5): 305-310.

Sidebotham, P. (2013). “Culpability, Vulnerability, Agency and Potential: Exploring our Attitudes to Victims and Perpetrators of Abuse.” Child Abuse Review 22(3): 151-154.

Sidebotham, P. (2013). “Authoritative Child Protection.” Child Abuse Review 22(1): 1-4.

 

Sidebotham, P. and J. V. Appleton (2012). “Understanding Complex Systems of Abuse: Institutional and Ritual Abuse.” Child Abuse Review 21(6): 389-393.

Sidebotham, P. (2012). “Safeguarding in an Age of Austerity.” Child Abuse Review 21(5): 313-317.

Appleton, J. V. and P. Sidebotham. “Child Protection and Mental Health.” Child Abuse Review 2012; 21(3): 153-156.

Sidebotham, P. and J. V. Appleton. “Revolutions in Safeguarding?” Child Abuse Review 2012; 21(1): 1-6.

 

Appleton JV, Sidebotham P. Making an impact for children.  Child Abuse Review, 2011; 20: 391–394.  DOI: 10.1002/car.1208

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