How we help Research Child Abuse Review Latest Research Read the latest issues of Child Abuse Review Issue: Volume 27 Issue 5, 2018 Editorial: Child Maltreatment: Global, East and West Featured in this issue: Child maltreatment and substance use disorders in adulthood ADHD and experiences of child maltreatment Public awareness of child abuse in China Parental aggression and child maltreatment Cross-country differences in child protection medical evaluations Preventing radicalisation of vulnerable young people Special Issue: Volume 27 Issue 4, 2018 Editorial: Innovations in the Assessment and Treatment of Families with Parental Substance Misuse: Implications for Child Protection Featured in this issue: English Family Drug and Alcohol Court Fatherhood and substance use treatment Poverty, maternal addiction and family reunification Help-seeking by parents who misuse alcohol Content alerts Ensure you never miss an issue of Child Abuse Review or new Early View Articles Sign up for Content Alerts to receive the table of contents (e-TOC) whenever a new issue is published and Early View alerts as soon as new articles appear online. 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: Working Together to Understand Why Infants Die: A Qualitative Study of Professionals’ Experiences of Joint Agency Investigation of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy Authors: Joanna Garstang and Frances Griffiths First published online: 22 NOV 2018 | DOI: 10.1002/car.2518 Joint agency investigation of unexpected infant deaths enables a detailed understanding of the causes of death and the provision of support to families. Joint home visits by police and paediatricians following unexpected infant deaths provide more detailed information and can be more sensitive to families than police death scene examination alone. Prompt information sharing across all agencies is a key part of effective investigation of unexpected infant deaths. Original Article: Health Sector Inadequacies in Attending to Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse in Kenya: An Operations Research Authors: Carolyne Ajema, Chi‐Chi Undie, Charity Mbugua, Jordan Kyongo and Lina Digolo First published online: 22 NOV 2018 | DOI: 10.1002/car.2533 There is a need to develop child‐specific guidelines for healthcare providers in order to ensure that child survivors of sexual violence receive good‐quality services at the facility level. Healthcare providers in public health facilities need competency‐based training to enable them to acquire knowledge and skills to identify and respond to child survivors of sexual violence, collect evidence, communicate with the children and offer counselling support to child survivors effectively. Services for child survivors should be centralised in health facilities to minimise the number of different contact points. Original Article: Exploring Parent–Child Relationships in Alienated versus Neglected/Emotionally Abused Children using the Bene‐Anthony Family Relations Test Authors: Nigel Blagg and Eva Godfrey First published online: 15 NOV 2018 | DOI: 10.1002/car.2537 The Bene‐Anthony Family Relations Test is an invaluable clinical tool for exploring children’s feelings about their family relationships. Children’s expressed wishes about their parents are paradoxical in cases of both alienation and neglect/emotional abuse. Assessments of children need to identify their ascertainable rather than expressed wishes. This requires a comprehensive multimodal psychological assessment involving all family members, cross‐referencing information from all sources from a longitudinal perspective.