An educational intervention for health care providers.

  • Hornor G
  • Quinones S
  • Bretl D
  • et al.
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The Educational Intervention for Health Care Providers was adapted from one originally developed by Lauren McAliley, CPNP, of Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. It was revised by 10 pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs) who were members of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Child Maltreatment and Neglect Special Interest Group (CMN SIG). This intervention is designed as a universal one to educate all health care providers. Preventing the continued use of physical punishment in the United States will require changing parental attitudes and beliefs associated with the effectiveness and appropriateness of its use. Parents report that they




Hornor, G., Quinones, S. G., Bretl, D., Chiocca, E., Donnell, C., Doughty, K., … Morris, K. (2019). An educational intervention for health care providers. In Ending the physical punishment of children: A guide for clinicians and practitioners. (pp. 81–86). American Psychological Association.

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