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HISTORY: Additional Resources

American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Pediatric Workforce. Culturally effective pediatric care: Education and training issues. Pediatrics 1999; 103(1):167- 170. http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/cgi/content/full/103/1/167

American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Bioethics. Religious objections to medical care. Pediatrics 1997; 99(2):279-281.

Berson NL, Herman-Giddens ME, Frothingham TE. Children's perceptions of genital examination during sexual abuse evaluations. Child Welfare League of America 1993; LXXII:41-49.

Botash AS. Evaluating Child Sexual Abuse: Education Manual for Medical Professionals. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2000: I 3-I 60.

Davis BJ, Voegtle KH. Culturally Competent Health Care for Adolescents: A Guide for Primary Health Care Providers. Chicago, IL: American Medical Association; 1994.

Giardino AP, Finkel MA, Giardino ER, Seidl T, Ludwig SA. Practical Guide to the Evaluation of Sexual Abuse in the Prepubertal Child. Newbury Park: Sage Publications; 1992: 16-28.

Hartog J, Hartog EA. Cultural aspects of health and illness behavior in hospitals. Western Journal of Medicine 1983; 139:106-112.

Heger AH, Emans SJ, Muram D, et al. Evaluation of the Sexually Abused Child. A Medical Textbook and Photographic Atlas 2nd Ed. Oxford University Press; 2003: 41-55.

Huff RA, Kline MV. Promoting Health in Multicultural Populations: A Handbook for Practitioners. London: Sage Publication; 1999.

Kraut AM. Healers and strangers. Immigrant attitudes toward the physician in America. Journal of the American Medical Association 1990; 263(13):1807-1811.

Lazebnik R, Zimet GD, Ebert J, et al. How children perceive the medical evaluation of suspected sexual abuse. Child Abuse and Neglect 1994; 18(9):739-745.

Levitt CJ. The medical examination in child sexual abuse: A balance between history and exam. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 1992; 1(4):113-121.

Lipson JG, Dibble S, Minarik PA. Culture & Nursing Care: A Pocket Guide. San Francisco, CA: UCSF Nursing Press; 1996.

Monteleone JA, Brodeur AE. A clinical guide and reference. Child Maltreatment. GW Medical Publishing; 1994: 170-189.

Myers JEB. Role of physician in preserving verbal evidence of child abuse. The Journal of Pediatrics 1986; 109:409-411.

New York State Children's Justice Task Force. New York State Children's Justice Task Force Forensic Interviewing Best Practices. 2003. For a PDF copy or other information, contact the New York State Child Advocacy Resource and Consultation Center at nyscarcc@safehorizon.org .

O'Brien JS. Interviewing Techniques. In: Olshaker JS, ed. Forensic Emergency Medicine. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins; 2001: 55-61.

Reece RM, Ludwig S, eds. Child Abuse: Medical Diagnosis and Management. Baltimore: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins; 2001.

Reece RM. Child abuse. The Pediatric Clinics of North America 1990; 37(4):943-954.

Seidl T. Special Interviewing Techniques. In: Ludwig S KA, ed. Child Abuse: A Medical Reference. New York: Churchill Livingstone; 1992: 279-293.

Steinmetz M. Interviewing children: Balancing forensic and therapeutic techniques. National Resource Center on Child Sexual Abuse News 1995; 4(3):1-4.

Summit RC. The child sexual abuse accommodation syndrome. Child Abuse and Neglect 1983; (7):177-192.

Western Journal of Medicine. Special Issue: Cross-Cultural Medicine, a Decade Later 1993; 157(3).


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