Report on the implementation and results of an outcomes focused evaluation of child sexual abuse interventions in the UK
Coren, E., Thomae, M., Hutchfield, J. and Iredale, W. 2013. Report on the implementation and results of an outcomes focused evaluation of child sexual abuse interventions in the UK. Child Abuse Review. 22, pp. 44-59.
|Authors||Coren, E., Thomae, M., Hutchfield, J. and Iredale, W.|
This paper presents the implications and findings of a longitudinal evaluation of a UK charity’s network of therapeutic projects for their effectiveness in improving child outcomes following child sexual abuse. Eight intervention projects across England and Wales participated in this one group pre- and post-test evaluation leading to a final sample of 42 children. We collected qualitative and quantitative data via the individual projects. These data included responses from the children’s parents, the therapists and from the children themselves. The findings of this evaluation indicate improvements in the children’s outcomes in some domains but persistence of problems in others. No deterioration was observed. We conclude the article by addressing the strengths and limitations of the evaluation and suggesting recommendations for future practitioner-researcher collaborations.
|Journal||Child Abuse Review|
|Journal citation||22, pp. 44-59|
|Publisher||John Wiley & Sons|
|08 Nov 2013|
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|Deposited||05 Jan 2018|
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