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Travelling child care for New Delhi's 'nomad' workers.

Children today

Phadke S.
PMID: 4811593
Child Today. 1974 Jan-Feb;3(1):16-9.

No abstract available.

The abuse of infants by manual shaking: medical, social and legal issues.

The Journal of the Florida Medical Association

Eagan BA, Whelan-Williams S, Brooks WG.
PMID: 4045407
J Fla Med Assoc. 1985 Jul;72(7):503-7.

No abstract available.

Child abuse, gender, and the myth of family independence: a historical critique.

Child welfare

Gordon L.
PMID: 3893926
Child Welfare. 1985 May-Jun;64(3):213-24.

No abstract available.

Court orders and custody evaluations in Israel.

Child welfare

Schindler R.
PMID: 4017709
Child Welfare. 1985 Jul-Aug;64(4):383-93.

Seven categories of concern entered into custody judgments--continuity, emotional welfare, support systems, children's wishes, parental agreement, caretaking, and child abuse. The literature points to the first four categories and caretaking as vital considerations for children's best interests. Beyond these...

The role of licensing in child placement and protection.

Child welfare

Gazan HS, Flynn JP.
PMID: 3956308
Child Welfare. 1986 Mar-Apr;65(2):129-39.

Regulation of child residential care facilities requires licensors who have professional experience in child welfare. Licensing requirements must be applied within a context of professional knowledge and experience, particularly in regard to child placement and child protective services. The...

Clarifying the role of foster parents.

Children today

Galaway B.
PMID: 5041182
Child Today. 1972 Jul-Aug;1(4):32-3.

No abstract available.

Collaborative studies program on maternal and child health in New York State, 1981-83.

Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1974)

Barber-Madden R, Randolph L.
PMID: 3927388
Public Health Rep. 1985 Jul-Aug;100(4):432-9.
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With the passage of the Omnibus Reconciliation Act and the establishment of the block grant system in 1981, responsibility for the direction of many public health programs shifted from Federal to State government. This shift, coupled with funding cutbacks...

Letter: Maternal alcoholism and intellectual development of offspring.

Lancet (London, England)

Rosett HL.
PMID: 4135635
Lancet. 1974 Jul 27;2(7874):218. doi: 10.1016/s0140-6736(74)91516-5.

No abstract available.

[Spreading cooperation at child health care centers increases the possibility of helping psychosocially damaged children].


Arman T.
PMID: 4046676
Lakartidningen. 1985 Aug 28;82(35):2882-5.

No abstract available.

[Establishment for institutional care for children up to the age of 3 years (Case Copilului)].

Monatsschrift fur Kinderheilkunde

Manu-Koch S, Coman O, Matei C.
PMID: 5523682
Monatsschr Kinderheilkd. 1970 Jun;118(6):347-8.

No abstract available.

State family support and education programs: lessons from the pioneers.

The American journal of orthopsychiatry

Weiss HB.
PMID: 2929729
Am J Orthopsychiatry. 1989 Jan;59(1):32-48. doi: 10.1111/j.1939-0025.1989.tb01633.x.

More state governments are developing publicly supported preventive programs to strengthen families. This article describes the forces driving these initiatives, which in turn are redefining ideas about when public involvement with families is appropriate. It discusses four state programs...

Nutrition awareness in the USDA.

Journal of the American Dietetic Association

Senti FR, Page L, Hill MM.
PMID: 5033377
J Am Diet Assoc. 1972 Jul;61(1):17-21.

No abstract available.

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