A/Prof Leah Bromfield
A/Prof Leah Bromfield
Deputy Director and Associate Professor, Australian Centre for Child Protection, UniSA
Verified email at unisa.edu.au
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Issues for the safety and wellbeing of children in families with multiple and complex problems
L Bromfield
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2010
1312010
Neighborhood influences on young children's conduct problems and pro-social behavior: Evidence from an Australian national sample
B Edwards, LM Bromfield
Children and Youth Services Review 31 (3), 317-324, 2009
1122009
National comparison of child protection systems
L Bromfield, D Higgins
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2005
1052005
The effectiveness of parent education and home visiting child maltreatment prevention programs
PJ Holzer
The Australian Institute of Family Studies: Issues in child abuse prevention …, 2006
982006
A national approach for child protection: Project report
L Bromfield, PJ Holzer
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2008
832008
Out-of-home care in Australia: Messages from research
L Bromfield, D Higgins, A Osborn, S Panozzo, N Richardson
A report to the Community Services Ministers Advisory Council commissioned …, 2005
722005
'Getting the Big Picture': A Synopsis and Critique of Australian Out-of-home Care Research
L Bromfield
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2007
702007
Cumulative harm and chronic child maltreatment
LM Bromfield, P Gillingham, DJ Higgins
Developing practice: the child youth and family work journal 19, 34-42, 2007
572007
A therapeutic model for supporting families of children with a chronic illness or disability
JE Morison, LM Bromfield, HJ Cameron
Child and Adolescent Mental Health 8 (3), 125-130, 2003
552003
Enhancing out-of-home care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people
D Higgins, L Bromfield, N Richardson
National Child Protection Clearinghouse, Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2005
502005
Recent Australian child protection and out-of-home care research: What’s been done–and what needs to be done?
J Cashmore, DJ Higgins, LM Bromfield, DA Scott
Children Australia 31 (2), 4-11, 2006
482006
The limitations of using statutory child protection data for research into child maltreatment
LM Bromfield, DJ Higgins
Australian Social Work 57 (1), 19-30, 2004
482004
The prevalence of child abuse and neglect
R Price-Robertson, L Bromfield, S Vassallo
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2010
452010
Child protection, risk assessment and blame ideology
P Gillingham, L Bromfield
Oz Child-Children Australia, 2008
412008
Young people who sexually abuse: Key issues
CR Boyd, L Bromfield
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2006
402006
Mandatory reporting of child abuse
D Higgins, L Bromfield
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2005
402005
Child maltreatment in organisations: Risk factors and strategies for prevention
M Irenyi
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2006
392006
NCPASS comparability of child protection data
P Holzer, L Bromfield
Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2008
382008
Family is for life connections between childhood family experiences and wellbeing in early adulthood
R Price-Robertson, D Smart, L Bromfield
Family Matters, 7, 2010
372010
Chronic child maltreatment in an Australian statutory child protection sample
L Bromfield
Deakin University, 2005
372005
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