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Volume 30 Issue 4 (2021) 

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Early View

The Wiley Early View service presents full-text, peer-reviewed, copy-edited articles as soon as they are complete, giving you access to the latest research before publication in an issue of the journal

Recently published:

Original Article: Child Abuse and the Psychological Dispositions of Pain Catastrophising, Resilience and Hope

Authors: Cheryl Zlotnick, Hadas Grouper, Dorit Pud

First published online: 01 October 2021

Key Practitioner Messages:

  • History of childhood abuse in healthy adults has a uniquely important association with pain catastrophising.
  • Gender did not influence the link between history of childhood abuse and pain catastrophising in healthy adults.
  • In this study, history of adverse childhood experiences was not associated with hope and resilience in healthy adults.

Short Report: Identification and Reporting of Child Abuse: The Effect of an Educational Programme on the Attitude, Knowledge and Behaviours of a Sample of Iranian Nurses

Authors: Sedigheh Khanjari, Elham Salahi, Khadijeh Zarei, Fahimeh Ranjbar, Hamid Haghani, Akhtar Ebrahimi Ghassemi

First published online: 29 September 2021

Key Practitioner Messages:

  • Iranian nurses can face difficulties in identifying and reporting suspected child abuse.
  • Education can support Iranian nurses to identify and report suspected child abuse; learning from the government’s approved Bill on the Protection of Children and Adolescents (PCA) and adhering to the PCA is therefore timely.
  • The educational programme presented here showed promise in promoting nurses’ knowledge and skills with respect to recognising and reporting child abuse in Iran.