Child Death Review Teams

  title={Child Death Review Teams},
  author={Emily M. Douglas},
  • Emily M. Douglas
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology
  • One of the most well known responses to fatal child maltreatment has been the establishment of child death review teams. These are multidisciplinary work groups, comprised at the state or county level, that meet regularly to review the death of children. The goal is to study child and family characteristics and to examine the potential services that the child and family may have been receiving. With an eye toward prevention, child death review teams aim to identify missed opportunities to take… CONTINUE READING

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