By Deborah Daro, Anne Cohn Donnelly, Lee Ann Huang, Byron J. Powell
This ebook addresses new avenues in baby abuse prevention study that might extend our capability to guard kids. those new avenues outcome from the emergence of latest learn tools made attainable via technologic advances, an figuring out of some great benefits of cross-disciplinary learn and studying and the doorway of many younger students within the box. The publication explores what those avenues produce when it comes to clarifying the complicated difficulties that proceed to restrict our development in addressing baby maltreatment and selling optimum baby improvement. particularly, the publication showcases person contributions from rising students and convey how those students use the frameworks and complicated the way to form their paintings, observe their findings and outline their studying groups. The ebook highlights some great benefits of growing particular and prolonged possibilities for researchers to community throughout disciplines and components of interest.
The fundamental authors are younger students from universities around the U.S. who've labored jointly as Fellows of the Doris Duke Fellowships for the advertising of kid health – looking concepts to avoid baby abuse. via this application, the blokes have engaged in a powerful self-generating studying community designed to create the kind of ongoing expert linkages and decision-making sort that fosters an interdisciplinary and crew making plans method of examine layout and coverage formation.
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As such, the fellowship seeks out and supports individuals with the following attributes: • Demonstrated initiative in fostering a network of like-minded scholars from diverse disciplines and active interest in building cross-disciplinary perspectives into their work. • Active engagement in disseminating their findings through peer-reviewed publications, presentations at professional conferences, and discussions in various academic and stakeholder meetings. • Active engagement and service to the field, as demonstrated by leadership in professional societies focusing on child maltreatment or elevating the profile of child maltreatment within the pool of discipline-specific professional societies.
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