Intervention & Prevention

Intervention and prevention programs are provided to children, caregivers, and families to reduce the risk factors for and impact of child abuse or neglect.

Title Authors Year Type of Publication
Maternal Appraisal Styles, Family Risk Status and Anger Biases of Children

Root, Carol
Jenkins, Jennifer

2005 Journal article
The ethics of relation: public health nurses and child protection clients

Marcellus, Lenora

2005 Journal article
Promotion of family wellness and prevention of child maltreatment: Which programs are effective?

MacLeod, Jennifer
Nelson, Geoffrey
Desmarais, Sonia

2004 Information sheet
Community Based Child Welfare for Aboriginal Children: Supporting Resilience through Structural Change

Blackstock, Cindy
Trocmé, Nico

2004 Book chapter
Évaluation des processus et des effets du programme IRI-Accueil du CJM-IU : Rapport final d’évaluation

Dagenais, Christian
Dupont, Didier
Gratton, Geneviève

2004 Report
The Importance of Parents and Other Caregivers to the Resilience of High-risk Adolescents

Ungar, Michael

2004 Journal article
A Constructionist Discourse on Resilience: Multiple Contexts, Multiple Realities among At-Risk Children and Youth

Ungar, Michael

2004 Journal article
Use of population measures and norms to identify resilient outcomes in young people in care: an exploratory study

Flynn, Robert J.
Ghazal, Hayat
Legault, Louise
Vandermeulen, Gail
Petrick, Susan

2004 Journal article
A Comparative Study of Parental Sensitivity Between Three Groups of Adolescent Mothers

Paquette, Daniel
Zoccolillo, Mark
Bigras, Marc
Labelle, Marie-Ève
Azar, Rima
Emery, Jacinthe

2004 Journal article
Effective/Efficient Mental Health Programs for School-Age Children: A Synthesis of Reviews

Browne, Gina
Gafni, Amiram
Roberts, Jacqueline
Byrne, Carolyn
Majumdar, Basanti

2004 Journal article