Outcomes due 2023


Peer-reviewed publications

Mathews, B., MacMillan, H. L., Meinck, F., Finkelhor, D., Haslam, D., Tonmyr, L., Gonzalez, A., Afifi, T. O., Scott, J. G., Pacella, R. E., Higgins, D., Thomas, H., Collin-Vézina, D., & Walsh, K. (2022). The ethics of child maltreatment surveys in relation to participant distress: Implications of social science evidence, ethical guidelines, and law. Child Abuse & Neglect. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2021.105424.

Mathews, B (2022) Legal duties of researchers to protect participants in child maltreatment surveys: Advancing legal epidemiology. University of New South Wales Law Journal. 45(2) 722-763. https://doi.org/10.53637/OAKC2052.

Mathews B, Pacella R, Dunne M, Scott J, Finkelhor D, Meinck F, Higgins DJ, Erskine HE, Thomas HJ, Haslam DM, Tran N, Le H, Honey N, Kellard K, Lawrence D. (2021) The Australian Child Maltreatment Study (ACMS): protocol for a national survey of the prevalence of child abuse and neglect, associated mental disorders and physical health problems, and burden of disease. BMJ Open. 11:11(5):e047074. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-047074.

 

Mathews B, Pacella R, Dunne, M, Simunovic M, & Marston C (2020) Improving measurement of child abuse and neglect: A systematic review and analysis of national prevalence studies. PLoS ONE Jan 28;15(1):e0227884. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0227884.

 


Mathews B, Collin-Vézina, D. (2019). Child sexual abuse: Toward a conceptual model and definition. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 20, 131-148. https://doi.org/10.1177/1524838017738726

Non peer-reviewed publications

Haslam D & Mathews B (2020) Be careful with photos, talk about sex: How to protect your kids from online sexual abuse. The ConversationJune, 11 June 2020. [Featured article]

 

Haslam D Mathews B & Walsh, K. (2020) Use proper names for body parts, don’t force hugs: How to protect your kids from in-person sexual abuse. The ConversationJune, 10 June 2020. [Featured article]


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