Violence physique

Chaque province et territoire possède sa propre législation qui définit la violence physique et qui décrit comment réagir lorsqu’elle survient. La violence physique comprend toute action non accidentelle qui entraîne ou qui pourrait entraîner des blessures physiques pour un enfant, comme le fait de le battre, de le secouer, ou d’employer une force déraisonnable pour le maîtriser.

Titre Auteurs Année Type de publication
The relationship between early adversities and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

Fuller-Thomson, Esme
Lewis, Danielle A.

2015 Article de journaux
Physical abuse among Asian families in the Canadian child welfare system

Lee, Barbara
Rha, Wendy
Fallon, Barbara

2014 Article de journaux
Violences physiques et châtiments corporels au Canada

Jud, Andreas
Trocmé, Nico
 

2013 Feuillet d'information
CYDL Data Byte 11: Emergency Room Visits by Albertan Youth

Child and Youth Data Laboratory

2013 Rapport
Potential mediators between child abuse and both violence and victimization in juvenile offenders

Day, David M.
Hart, Trevor A.
Wanklyn, Sonya G.
McCay, Elizabeth
Macpherson, Alison K.
Burnier, Nathalie

2013 Article de journaux
Risk factors for progression to regular injection drug use among street-involved youth in a Canadian setting

DeBeck, Kora
Kerr, Thomas
Marshall, Brandon D. L.
Simo, Annick
Montaner, Julio
Wood, Evan

2013 Article de journaux
The relationship between dimensions of physical abuse and aggressive behavior in a child protective services involved sample of adolescents

Ellenbogen, Stephen
Trocmé, Nico
Wekerle, Christine

2013 Article de journaux
Preliminary evaluation of the Childhood Experiences of Violence Questionnaire Short Form

Tanaka, Masako
Wekerle, Christine
Leung, Eman
Waechter, Randall
Gonzalez, Andrea
Jaimeson, Ellen
MacMillan, Harriet L.

2012 Article de journaux
Emergency Room Visits by Albertan Youth: Child and Youth Data Laboratory (CYDL) Report for Experiences of Albertan Youth Project

Child and Youth Data Laboratory

2012 Rapport
Is the cluster risk model of parental adversities better than the cumulative risk model as an indicator of childhood physical abuse?: Findings from two representative community surveys

Fuller-Thomson, Esme
Sawyer, J.-L.

2012 Article de journaux