Design Options for Understanding Child Maltreatment Incidence

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families

Although research on child maltreatment has advanced substantially over the past 20 years, new data and innovative research tools make it possible to better understand the incidence of maltreatment and related risks and, in turn, to improve practices and policies. This project explores the potential of advanced methods and data to address unanswered questions about the incidence of child maltreatment and related risks.

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