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Intensive filial therapy with child witnesses of domestic violence: A comparison with individual and sibling group play therapy.
The rationale for utilizing filial therapy as a treatment intervention with child witnesses of domestic violence while residing with their mothers in a shelter facility is explored and the… Expand
Sexual abuse of children with disabilities: A national snapshot.
This issue brief provides a summary of the main findings that emerged from our work. It provides an overview of the latest research on the incidence and prevalence of sexual abuse of children with… Expand
Culture, Language, and Access: Key Considerations for Serving Deaf Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence
The Inclusion Zone: Grounded Speculations in Chernobyl
- N. Smith, Danial Qaurooni
- Computer Science, Sociology
- Conference on Designing Interactive Systems
- 3 July 2020
This pictorial weaves together a number of technologies to tell a story about life in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in the aftermath of the nuclear meltdown and proposes that grounding speculations in such exclusion zones can contribute to more than human-centered design and post-humanist discourse. Expand
‘Who are you and what do you do?’ Using name and role stickers to improve communication and teamwork in intensive care during the COVID-19 pandemic
Developing midwifery-led care through innovation
- N. Smith
- 1 October 2005
British Journal of Midwifery (BJM) is committed to bringing you the best in evidence-based research and information. I hope the journal's updated look and extra content will make it even more useful… Expand
Helping Those Who Help Others: Key Findings From a Comprehensive Needs Assessment of the Crime Victims Field
RCM rallies midwives with new manifesto
- N. Smith
- Political Science
- 1 May 2005
As the UK political parties set out their policies this month, midwives also drew up their own manifesto for improved maternity services for women and better working conditions for midwives.
Will IWL guide improve working lives
- N. Smith
- 1 June 2005
Babies are not born between the hours of 9am and 5pm, so it goes without saying that maternity services have to operate around the clock, all year round. This means managers have to offer midwives a… Expand