Increasing abused children's access to evidence-based treatment: diffusion via parents as consumers.

@article{Gully2008IncreasingAC,
  title={Increasing abused children's access to evidence-based treatment: diffusion via parents as consumers.},
  author={Kevin J. Gully and Brittany L Price and Marilyn K Johnson},
  journal={Child maltreatment},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={
          280-8
        }
}
This investigation evaluated an experimental protocol employed by nurses with parents to increase access to evidence-based mental health treatment for children who are suspected victims of abuse. The protocol was compared with typical services during forensic medical examinations, first in a quasi-experimental design, then as a randomized controlled trial. In both studies, the protocol produced a significant increase in parental reports of having discussed evidence-based treatment during a… CONTINUE READING

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