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Chapter 10: Issues in Understanding and Treating Trauma Victims      

The Design and Implementation of an Evaluation to Assess the Impact of a National
Network for Serving Children who have Experienced Trauma: Is the Whole More
than the Sum of its Parts?
Christine M. Walrath, John W. Gilford, & Mikisha Nation

Symposium—Children in Child Welfare Systems: Reentry, Perpetration, and Mental Illness
Chair & Discussant: Brigitte A. Manteuffel

Symposium Introduction
Brigitte A. Manteuffel

Rereporting and Recurrence of Child Maltreatment: Findings from NCANDS
John D. Fluke, Gila R. Shusterman, Ying-Ying T. Yuan, & Dana Hollinshead

Male Perpetrators of Child Maltreatment
Gila R. Shusterman, John D. Fluke, & Ying-Ying T. Yuan

Characteristics of Children Referred from Child Welfare, their Service Use
and Clinical Outcomes in Systems of Care
Anna Krivelyova, Ebony R. Montgomery, & Bhuvana Sukumar

Symposium Discussion
Brigitte A. Manteuffel

Addressing Suicide Issues in Systems of Care
Sylvia K. Fisher, Shiryn D. Sukhram, & Gary M. Blau

Violence Exposure Rates and Trauma Symptoms among Rural Youth
Kristin L. Dean, Brenda A. Wiens, Heidi J. Liss, & Bradley D. Stein

A Collaborative Effort to Disseminate Evidence-Based Research on Children
who Witness Domestic Violence
Lori Crosby, Alisha Nichols, Olivia Davis, & Kristin Smith Shrimplin

Mental Health Correlates of Fatal Child Maltreatment: Findings
from Florida Child Abuse Death Review Cases
Ilene R. Berson, Svetlana Yampolskaya, Michael L. Haney, & Janet H. Evans

Transforming Multi-System Response to Child Sexual Abuse:
Theory-Based Administrative Team Development
Rosalyn M. Bertram

Transforming Supervision to Support Collaborative Team Efforts in Child Welfare
Rosalyn M. Bertram, Virginia M. Fatseas, & Shannon Morris

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