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Supporting resilience in foster families: A model for program design that supports recruitment, retention, and satisfaction of foster families who care for infants with prenatal substance exposure.

Subjects: Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects* ; Resilience, Psychological* ; Substance-Related Disorders*

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 2010; Vol. 89 (1), pp. 7-29.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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An exploratory study of drug-exposed infants: case substantiation and subsequent child maltreatment.

  • Authors : Sun AP; University of Nevada Las Vegas, School of Social Work, Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-5032, USA. ; Freese MP

Subjects: Mother-Child Relations*; Child Abuse/Child Abuse/Child Abuse/*statistics & numerical data ; Child of Impaired Parents/Child of Impaired Parents/Child of Impaired Parents/*psychology

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 2007 May-Jun; Vol. 86 (3), pp. 33-50.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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Research outcomes of prenatal substance exposure and the need to review policies and procedures regarding child abuse reporting.

  • Authors : Barth RP; Human Services Policy Information at the School of Social Work, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA.

Subjects: Health Policy* ; Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects* ; Research*

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 2001 Mar-Apr; Vol. 80 (2), pp. 275-96.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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Parental substance abuse and the development of children in family foster care.

  • Authors : McNichol T; Children's Bureau of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.; Tash C

Subjects: Child Welfare* ; Parents* ; Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects*

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 2001 Mar-Apr; Vol. 80 (2), pp. 239-56.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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Experiences, concerns, and service needs of families adopting children with prenatal substance exposure: summary and recommendations.

  • Authors : McCarty C; University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Seattle, USA.; Waterman J

Subjects: Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects* ; Substance-Related Disorders*; Adoption/Adoption/Adoption/*psychology

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 1999 Sep-Oct; Vol. 78 (5), pp. 561-77.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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Evaluation of a training program for foster parents of infants with prenatal substance effects.

  • Authors : Burry CL; University of Maryland School of Social Work, Baltimore, USA.

Subjects: Foster Home Care* ; Inservice Training* ; Parenting*

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 1999 Jan-Feb; Vol. 78 (1), pp. 197-214.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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The impact of drug-exposed children on family foster care.

  • Authors : McNichol T; Children's Bureau of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.

Subjects: Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects* ; Substance-Related Disorders*; Developmental Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities/*chemically induced

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 1999 Jan-Feb; Vol. 78 (1), pp. 184-96.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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Outcomes for infants exposed in utero to illicit drugs.

  • Authors : Jaudes PK; Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, IL, USA.; Ekwo EE

Subjects: Infant Mortality* ; Pregnancy Complications* ; Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects*

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 1997 Jul-Aug; Vol. 76 (4), pp. 521-34.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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Prenatally drug-exposed children in out-of-home care: are we looking at the whole picture?

  • Authors : Franck EJ; Saint Christopher-Ottilie Services for Children and Families, Sea Cliff, Long Island, NY, USA.

Subjects: Early Intervention (Education)*/Early Intervention (Education)*/Early Intervention (Education)*/methods ; Foster Home Care* ; Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects*

  • Source: Child Welfare [Child Welfare] 1996 Jan-Feb; Vol. 75 (1), pp. 19-34.Publisher: Child Welfare League of America Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0372735 Publication Model: Print

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