"Most of the cases are from the group between 11 and 15 years and feature physical abuse
between classmates, and we do have cases among the younger lot as well but they are comparatively fewer, though some of them may be severe.
Therefore, the aim of the present study was to evaluate whether health professionals (dentists, physicians and nurses) perceive and report physical abuse
Detectives were unable to progress their inquiry because the man's claims of sexual and physical abuse
at the hands of three Jesuit priests and a lay teacher lacked corroboration He said: "People describe it as historic sex abuse but it never leaves you.
of a child is when a parent or caregiver causes any non-accidental physical injury to a child11.
David McClure, 62, Alan Bramley, 69, and Kevin Blakely, 65, will answer charges of misconduct and physical abuse
Bad effect: Physical abuse
at home has been associated with decreases in children's cognitive performance.
The authors cover the history of child abuse and child protection laws in the United States, physical abuse
indicators, physical abusers, the long-term effects of physical abuse
, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, neglect, and many other related issues.
Apart from sexual abuse, 9% of adults who took part in the survey said they had suffered psychological abuse and 7% physical abuse
. Some 8% said they had witnessed domestic violence or abuse at home.
Objective: The objectives of this study were to assess incidence of verbal and physical abuse
of neurology nurses, identify their coping strategies, and explore relationships between demographic characteristics, incidence, and coping strategies.
According to estimates published by Catholic News Agency, one-third of the choir probably suffered some form of physical abuse
Dubai Police recorded 54 complaints of physical abuse
against children in 2014, compared to 37 complaints so far during 2015.