Alison Mary Kemp
Affiliation: Cardiff University
- How good is the evidence available in child protection?Jonathan R Sibert
Cardiff University, Heath Park, Cardiff CF14 4XN
Arch Dis Child 92:107-8. 2007
- Spinal injuries in abusive head trauma: patterns and recommendationsAlison Kemp
Early Years Research Programme, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, 4th Floor, Neuadd Meirionnydd, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4YS, UK
Pediatr Radiol 44:S604-12. 2014..This association has the potential to influence our understanding of the biomechanics and subsequent neuropathology associated with abusive head trauma. ..
- Defining background DNA levels found on the skin of children aged 0-5 yearsEleanor Alison May Graham
Northumbria University Centre for Forensic Science, Ellison Building, Newcastle, NE1 8ST, UK
Int J Legal Med 128:251-8. 2014..These background data have the potential to assist the analysis of DNA from the skin of children during criminal investigation...
- Neuroimaging: what neuroradiological features distinguish abusive from non-abusive head trauma? A systematic reviewA M Kemp
School of Medicine, Cardiff University, UHW, Heath Park, Cardiff CF14 4XN, UK
Arch Dis Child 96:1103-12. 2011..To identify the evidence base behind the neuroradiological features that differentiate abusive head trauma (AHT) from non-abusive head trauma (nAHT)...
- Abusive head trauma: recognition and the essential investigationAlison M Kemp
Department of Child Health, Cardiff University, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park, UK
Arch Dis Child Educ Pract Ed 96:202-8. 2011....
- What are the clinical and radiological characteristics of spinal injuries from physical abuse: a systematic reviewA M Kemp
Department of Child Health, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK
Arch Dis Child 95:355-60. 2010..Systematic review of 'What are the clinical and radiological characteristics of inflicted spinal injury?'..
- Which radiological investigations should be performed to identify fractures in suspected child abuse?A M Kemp
Welsh Child Protection Systematic Review Group, Department of Child Health, Cardiff University, UK
Clin Radiol 61:723-36. 2006..To determine which radiological investigations should be performed and which children should be investigated...
- Investigating subdural haemorrhage in infantsA M Kemp
A M Kemp, University of Wales College of Medicine, Academic Centre, Llandough Hospital, Cardiff CF64 2XX, UK
Arch Dis Child 86:98-102. 2002..The diagnostic process is inevitably one of detective work; appropriate radiological, ophthalmological, haematological, biochemical, and postmortem investigations are discussed...
- Estimating the probability of abusive head trauma: a pooled analysisSabine Ann Maguire
Department of Child Health, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Pediatrics 128:e550-64. 2011..To determine which combinations of clinical features assist in distinguishing abusive head trauma (AHT) from nonabusive head trauma...
- Bruising in children who are assessed for suspected physical abuseAlison Mary Kemp
Early Years Research Programme, Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, College of Biomedical and Life Sciences, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
Arch Dis Child 99:108-13. 2014....
- Emotional, behavioral, and developmental features indicative of neglect or emotional abuse in preschool children: a systematic reviewAideen Mary Naughton
Safeguarding Children Service, Public Health Wales, National Health Service Trust, Cardiff, UK
JAMA Pediatr 167:769-75. 2013..Early intervention for neglect or emotional abuse in preschoolers may mitigate lifelong consequences, yet practitioners lack confidence in recognizing these children...
- Diagnosing abuse: a systematic review of torn frenum and other intra-oral injuriesSabine Maguire
Department of Child Health, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
Arch Dis Child 92:1113-7. 2007..A torn labial frenum is widely regarded as pathognomonic of abuse...
- Do chest compressions during simulated infant CPR comply with international recommendations?Philip Stephen Martin
Institute of Medical Engineering and Medical Physics, Cardiff University School of Engineering, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK
Arch Dis Child 98:576-81. 2013..Morbidity and mortality remain high following infant cardiac arrest. Optimal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is therefore imperative...