New! APSAC Advsior 31(2) with Special "Contested Issues" Section Covering Drug-Exposed New


APSAC is pleased to bring you the latest issue of the APSAC Advisor, edited by Christopher Greeley, MD, MS, with special sections edited by Kenneth Feder, PhD; Frank Vandervort, JD; and Kathleen Faller, PhD. This issue contains contains articles on hot topics in child maltreatment, including a special "Contested Issues" section featuring pro and con points of view of current, controversial issues in our field. Articles in this issue include:

  • Commentary: The Credibility of Child Protective Services Rests on the Integrity of the Department Director | Daniel Pollack

  • Governors as Policymakers: Child Welfare as an Election Issue | Mary Elizabeth Collins

  • Book Review: Medical Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse: A Practical Guide (4th Ed.) | Debra Esernio-Jenssen

  • Introduction to the Special Section | Kathleen Coulborn Faller

  • Introduction: How Should Child Welfare Respond to Substance Use in Pregnancy | Kenneth Feder

  • How Should We Respond to Pregnancy and Substance Use? | Martin Guggenheim and Lynn Paltrow

  • To Protect and Provide for Children, Prental Substance Use Must be Considered Abuse | Frank E. Vandervort and Vincent J. Palusci

  • Response to: How Should We Respond to Pregnancy and Substance Use? | Frank E. Vandervort and Vincent J. Palusci

  • Response to: To Protect and Provide for Children, Prenatal Substance Use Must be Considered Abuse | Martin Guggenheim and Lynn Paltrow

  • The Indian Child Welfare Act: A Brief Overview to Contextualize Current Controversies | Frank E. Vandervort

  • The Indian Child Welfare Act as the "Gold Standard" | Matthew L.M. Fletcher and Kathryn E. Fort

  • The Indian Child Welfare Act: In the Best Interests of Children? | Kathryn A. Piper

  • Response to: The Indian Child Welfare Act as the "Gold Standard" | Kathryn A. Piper

  • Response to: The Indian Child Welfare Act: In the Best Interests of Children? | Matthew L.M. Fletcher and Kathryn E. Fort.

Plus our regular features, including the News of the Organization, an APSAC Research to Practice Brief highlighting the 2018 Child Maltreatment Article of the Year, and a Washington Update.


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