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
References

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