Abusive Head Trauma in Infants and Children: A Medical, Legal & Forensic Reference

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National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome (NCSBS) Staff and International Advisory Board Member Dr. Ronald Barr authored a chapter on SBS/AHT Prevention in the book Abusive Head Trauma in Infants and Children: A Medical, Legal & Forensic Reference, published by GW Medical.

Prevention Chapter 28 Pages 485 to 501

Contents
¥ Research Studies
¥ What has Been Learned?
¥ Offender and Victim Profiles
¥ Crying, the Most Common Stimulus in Shaken Baby Syndrome Cases
¥ The Need for Responsible Prevention Programs and Public Information Campaigns
¥ Target Audiences for Implementation and Challenges
¥ Developing Prevention Programs
¥ Programs for Fathers, Expectant Fathers and Other Males
¥ Educational Programs on Infant Crying
¥ Hospital-based Programs for New Parents
¥ Other Potential Prevention Initiatives
¥ School-based Programs for Youth
¥ Training for Childcare Providers
¥ Other Activities and Public Education
¥ Public Awareness Materials and Products
¥ Sources of Funding
¥ Conclusion
Appendix 28-1 History of Shaken Baby Syndrome
Appendix 28-2 Family Advocates for SBS Prevention
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