Child abuse pediatricians gather medical
history from parents and families, talk to children, examine children, review
blood tests, x-rays, and other tests,
and may order and review additional tests. Child abuse pediatricians often work
within a multidisciplinary team of other physicians, hospital staff, child
protective service agency workers, and law enforcement to gather information
and make sure that all agencies involved understand the medical concerns about a child.
· Prevention of child abuse
· Risk and protective factors
· Child Maltreatment
· Domestic violence on children
· Child sexual abuse
· Child trafficking
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