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Profiles of needs of children in out-of-home care in Singapore: School performance, behavioral and emotional needs as well as risk behaviors
- D. Liu, Michelle Yan Ling Tan, Amber Yann-Yu Lim, C. Chu, L. Tan, Saw Han Quah
- 1 September 2014
Describing the needs and strengths of children residing in out-of-home care is essential to aid decision-making, to inform case planning, and to prioritize intervention in order to effectively meet… Expand
Multiple trauma exposure and psychosocial functioning in Singaporean children in out-of-home care.
- D. Liu, C. Chu, Lee Hong Neo, R. Ang, Michelle Yan Ling Tan, Jeanie Chu
- Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice…
- 1 July 2016
OBJECTIVE Children in out-of-home care are often exposed to chronic, interpersonal traumas such as abuse and domestic violence. Exposure to more than 1 interpersonal trauma is associated with… Expand
Recommendations on the Standardized General Practice Residency Training Program in China Based on Reflections on the Survey Concerning COVID-19 Pandemic Containment among Chinese General Practitioners
The General Office of the National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China has called for community health centers(stations), township hospitals, and village clinics and other primary… Expand
Public perceptions of child maltreatment in Singapore: Differences between 1994 and 2010
- Zhi Jing Lui, J. M. Elliott, Chee Wan Koh, Jacky Chin Gee Tan, D. Liu, Cuthbert Eng Swee Teo
- 14 January 2019
Perceptions of child maltreatment have been associated with reporting attitudes, and can inform efforts to encourage members of the public to report suspected maltreatment. However, limited research… Expand