The State of Research on Prevention of Child Maltreatment: Current Knowledge and Future Directions to Inform Policy and Practice

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A 2020 Special Topic Workshop | June 12 - 13, 2020 | St. Louis, Missouri, USA
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#SRCDPreventMaltreatment

Child welfare has been at the forefront of policy in the past year. With the inclusion of Family First Prevention Services Act in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, the enactment of SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, and the popularity of “trauma-informed” approaches, there are many new opportunities to help ensure children and families receive the best available resources. This special topic workshop will bring interdisciplinary researchers, policymakers, and direct service providers, with expertise in child maltreatment prevention together to understand the state of the field and to explore policymakers and practitioners’ unanswered questions needed to inform their work.

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Registration and Housing

Links to register for the Special Topic Workshop and book a room in the discounted SRCD room block will be available mid-March 2020.

REGISTRATION RATES AND HOUSING INFORMATION

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Call for Submissions [CLOSED]

The deadline for submissions has passed (Wednesday, November 13, 2019). Submissions are currently under review. Decision notifications are expected to be sent by the end of January 2020. To view your submission, please log in with your existing SRCD credentials.

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Questions? Email programoffice@srcd.org.

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SRCD 2021 Biennial Meeting

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April 8-10, 2021 | Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
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Biological, Physical, and Motor Development
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