C. Henry Kempe: A 50 Year Legacy to the Field of Child Abuse and Neglect

C. Henry Kempe: A 50 Year Legacy to the Field of Child Abuse and Neglect

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ISBN-13: 9789400794788
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 08/09/2014
Series: Child Maltreatment , #1
Edition description: 2013
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)

About the Author

Jill E. Korbin, Ph.D. is Associate Dean, Professor of Anthropology, Director of the Schubert Center for Child Studies, and Co-Director of the Childhood Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. Korbin earned her Ph.D. in 1978 from the University of California at Los Angeles. Her awards include the Margaret Mead Award (1986) from the American Anthropological Association and the Society for Applied Anthropology; a Congressional Science Fellowship (1985-86 in the Office of Senator Bill Bradley) through the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Society for Research in Child Development; the Wittke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching at Case Western Reserve University (1992); and a Fulbright Senior Specialist Award (2005). Korbin served on the National Research Council’s Panel on Research on Child Abuse and Neglect, and the Institute of Medicine’s Panel on Pathophysiology and Prevention of Adolescent and Adult Suicide. Korbin served for multiple years on the Executive Committee of the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN), and as an Associate Editor, Book Review Editor, or Editorial Board Member for Child Abuse and Neglect: The International Journal. Korbin has published numerous articles on child maltreatment in relationship to culture and context, and edited the first volume on culture and child maltreatment, Child Abuse and Neglect: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (1981, University of California Press.) Korbin’s research interests include culture and human development; cultural, medical and psychological anthropology; neighborhood, community, and contextual influences on children and families; child maltreatment; and child and adolescent well-being.

Richard D. Krugman, MD, is Professor of Pediatrics, Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs and Dean of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He served as Director of the C. Henry Kempe National Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect from 1981-1992, and has gained international prominence in the field of child abuse. Dr. Krugman is a graduate of Princeton University and earned his medical degree at New York University School of Medicine. A board-certified pediatrician, he did his internship and residency in pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Following a two-year appointment in the early 1970s with the Public Health Service at the National Institute of Health and the Food and Drug Administration, Dr. Krugman joined the CU faculty in 1973. He went back to the Washington area in 1980 as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow and served for a year as a legislative assistant in the office of U.S. Senator Dave Durenberger of Minnesota. He has earned many honors in the field of child abuse and neglect, and headed the U.S. Advisory Board of Child Abuse and neglect from 1988-1991. Dr. Krugman is a member of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and has authored over 100 original papers, chapters, editorials and four books and stepped down after 15 years as Editor-in-Chief of Child Abuse and Neglect: the International Journal in 2001.

Table of Contents

Foreword: Desmond Runyan, Director, Kempe Center.-

Introduction: Korbin and Krugman.-

I. The Personal and Professional Influence of C. Henry Kempe.-

Invited Commentaries.-

1. Kempe, Annie - Dr. C. Henry Kempe: A Daughter’s Perspective.-

2. Ryan, Gail -Henry.-

II. The Battered Child.-

Introduction and Commentary: Krugman.-

Reprint: Kempe CH, Silverman FN, Steele BF, Droegemueller W & Silver HK. (1962) The battered-child syndrome. Journal of the American Medical Association 181: 17-24.-

Invited Commentaries:.-

3. Bross, Donald and Mathews, Ben - The Battered Child Syndrome: Changes in the Law and Child Advocacy.-

4. Dubowitz, Howard -The Battered Child Syndrome Paper – Influence on the Field of Child Neglect.-

5. Garbarino, James - The Emotionally Battered Child.-

6. Bergman, Abraham B. - A Pediatrician’s Perspective On Child Protection.-

7. Krugman, Scott D. - Multidisciplinary Teams.-

8. Durfee, Michael and Deanne Tilton-Durfee - Fatal Child Abuse and Neglect.-

9. Wald, Michael - Taking the Wrong Message: The Legacy of the Identification of the Battered-Child Syndrome.-

10. Worley, Natalie K. and Melton, Gary - Mandated Reporting Laws and Child Maltreatment: The Evolution of a Flawed Policy Response.-

III. Preventing Child Abuse.-

Introduction and Commentary: Krugman.-

Reprint: Kempe CH. (1976) Approaches to preventing child abuse. The health visitors concept. American Journal of Diseases of Children 130(9): 941-947.-

Invited Commentaries:.-

11. Dean, Janet - Reflections on Henry Kempe's Contributions to Child Abuse Prevention.-

12. Donnelly, Ann Cohn - Legacies that Stem from Kempe’s 1976 Call for a System of Prevention.-

13. Daro, Deborah - Crafting Effective Child Abuse Prevention Systems: A Legacy of Vision.-

14. Olds, David - Moving Towards Evidence-Based Preventive Interventions for Children and Families.-

IV. Child Sexual Abuse .-

Introduction and Commentary: Krugman.-

Reprint: Kempe CH. (1978) Sexual abuse, another hidden pediatric problem: the 1977 C. Anderson Aldrich lecture. Pediatrics 62(3): 382-389.-

Invited Commentaries:.-

15. Mrazek, Patricia J. - How the Child Abuse Field Came to Include Child Sexual Abuse.-

16. Jones, David P.H. - Sexual abuse as another hidden problem.-

17. Bentovim, Arnon - The Legacy of Decisions Stemming from this Article: A UK Perspective.-

V. Child Abuse as an International Issue - Introduction and Commentary: Korbin.-

Reprint: Kempe CH. (1982) Cross-cultural perspectives in child abuse. Pediatrics 69(4): 497-498.-

Invited Commentaries:.- <

18. Doek, Jaap - Henry’s legacy: national and international impact.-

19. Oates, R.K. - Child Abuse as an International Issue: Cross Cultural Perspectives.-

20. Merrick, Joav - Child Abuse and Neglect: Experiences from Scandinavia and Israel.-

21. Lynch, Margaret A. and Philista Onyang - Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect Across Cultures: Reflections from Kenya and theUK.-

22. Intebi, Irene and Richard Roylance - Cross Cultural Perspectives in Child Abuse.-

Bibliography: Publications of C. Henry Kempe - Complied by Sarah Miller Fellows

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