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Child Physical Abuse Did Not Increase During the Pandemic

Child Physical Abuse Did Not Increase During the Pandemic

Child Physical Abuse Did Not Increase During the Pandemic HOPE suggests that providers identify, celebrate, and promote positive childhood experiences. In this paper, published in the American Medical Association’s journal, JAMA Pediatrics, Bob Sege and Allison Stephens do just that.…

Reasons for HOPE (Sege, 2021)

Reasons for HOPE (Sege, 2021)

Reasons for HOPE (Sege, 2021) This article discusses the ways pediatricians benefit from adopting the HOPE framework in their practice. Focusing on identifying the strengths of families during the COVID-19 pandemic, promoting resilience for families and developing an antiracist approach…

Balancing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) with HOPE

Balancing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) with HOPE

Balancing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) with HOPE  This is a report presenting HOPE data, which shows the powerful impact of positive experiences on the development of healthy children and adults. The report also discusses social norms around parenting and thinks…

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