APSAC Advisor 33(2) Special Issue on COVID-19 - Now open access!
As a service to the field, the APSAC Board of Directors has voted to make the most recent special issue of the APSAC Advisor open-access. We hope that both members and non-members can benefit from this timely content.
This special issue covers many important topics in child maltreatment and child welfare, including response to suspected maltreatment, addressing substance abuse disorders with parents during the pandemic, the ways in which COVID impacts issues of racial justice, and the need for shifts in child welfare in response to COVID and these co-occurring issues.
Table of Contents:
Uncovering the Hidden Cost of the Pandemic on Child Safety and Well-being: Introduction to the COVID-19 Special Issue | Lisa Schelbe, PhD, MSW & Carlo Panlilio, PhD, Special Issue Editors
Fedele F. and Iris M. Fauri 2020 Memorial Lecture: Child Welfare and the COVID-19 Pandemic | Robert M. Ortega, PhD, MSW; Michelle Johnson-Motoyama, PhD, MSW; Lisa Merkel-Holguin, MSW; Christina M. Rodriguez, PhD; Shawna J. Lee, PhD, MSW; Kathryn Maguire-Jack, PhD, MSW, MPA; Todd I. Herrenkohl, PhD, MSW
Bracing for Impact: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Response to Child Abuse and Neglect | Andrea Repine, APRN; Jennifer Macaulay, MSW; Stephanie Anne Deutsch, MD, MS, FAAP