One in Ten

Is Abuse Contagious?

October 08, 2020 National Children's Alliance / Dyann Daley Season 2 Episode 18
One in Ten
Is Abuse Contagious?
Chapters
00:01:45
Children 0-3 most at risk of dying from abuse
00:04:28
Environment influences behavior: A place-based approach to prevention
00:11:53
The Predict Align Prevent model
00:16:50
Office of Prevention and targeted universalism
00:30:31
Protecting kids to death
00:42:05
What the critics say
00:47:35
There is no evil overlord hoarding data
00:51:49
What can people do?
One in Ten
Is Abuse Contagious?
Oct 08, 2020 Season 2 Episode 18
National Children's Alliance / Dyann Daley

In “Is Abuse Contagious?” we sit down for a conversation with a guest who does fascinating work—Dyann Daley of Predict Align Prevent. As a pediatric anesthesiologist, Dr. Daley was driven by the sight of little kids fighting for their lives in the emergency room because they had been abused. She started a nonprofit that uses existing data to find neighborhoods that are hot spots for abuse—including some places where folks say, “Oh, not, that’s not a problem on this side of town.” How can a family’s environment raise the risk of abuse? And what can we do to get abuse prevention services to the neighborhoods where they’re needed the most?

In this episode:

  • Children 0-3 most at risk of dying from abuse (1:45)
  • Environment influences behavior: A place-based approach to prevention (4:28)
  • The Predict Align Prevent model (11:53)
  • Office of Prevention and targeted universalism (16:50)
  • Protecting kids to death (30:31)
  • What the critics say (42:05)
  • There is no evil overlord hoarding data (47:35)
  • What can people do? (51:49)

Links:

Dyann Daley, MD, is a pediatric anesthesiologist and the founder and CEO of the nonprofit Predict Align Prevent (PAP)

Commission to Eliminate Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities

The Richmond, Va., report; an ethical evaluation of the PAP program; and other resources are available online at predict-align-prevent.org/resources

Gary Slutkin, MD, former head of the World Health Organization’s Intervention Development Unit, founded Cure Violence (cvg.org)

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)

Nurse-Family Partnership

Casey Family Programs

Related episode of One in Ten: “Prediction as Prevention” with Emily Putnam-Hornstein, Ph.D., aired on August 15, 2019

The Leadership Conference mentioned is our annual conference

For more information about National Children’s Alliance and the work of Children’s Advocacy Centers, visit nationalchildrensalliance.org. And join us on Facebook at One in Ten podcast or email us at [email protected].

Support the show (https://www.nationalchildrensalliance.org/donate-now/)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In “Is Abuse Contagious?” we sit down for a conversation with a guest who does fascinating work—Dyann Daley of Predict Align Prevent. As a pediatric anesthesiologist, Dr. Daley was driven by the sight of little kids fighting for their lives in the emergency room because they had been abused. She started a nonprofit that uses existing data to find neighborhoods that are hot spots for abuse—including some places where folks say, “Oh, not, that’s not a problem on this side of town.” How can a family’s environment raise the risk of abuse? And what can we do to get abuse prevention services to the neighborhoods where they’re needed the most?

In this episode:

  • Children 0-3 most at risk of dying from abuse (1:45)
  • Environment influences behavior: A place-based approach to prevention (4:28)
  • The Predict Align Prevent model (11:53)
  • Office of Prevention and targeted universalism (16:50)
  • Protecting kids to death (30:31)
  • What the critics say (42:05)
  • There is no evil overlord hoarding data (47:35)
  • What can people do? (51:49)

Links:

Dyann Daley, MD, is a pediatric anesthesiologist and the founder and CEO of the nonprofit Predict Align Prevent (PAP)

Commission to Eliminate Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities

The Richmond, Va., report; an ethical evaluation of the PAP program; and other resources are available online at predict-align-prevent.org/resources

Gary Slutkin, MD, former head of the World Health Organization’s Intervention Development Unit, founded Cure Violence (cvg.org)

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)

Nurse-Family Partnership

Casey Family Programs

Related episode of One in Ten: “Prediction as Prevention” with Emily Putnam-Hornstein, Ph.D., aired on August 15, 2019

The Leadership Conference mentioned is our annual conference

For more information about National Children’s Alliance and the work of Children’s Advocacy Centers, visit nationalchildrensalliance.org. And join us on Facebook at One in Ten podcast or email us at [email protected].

Support the show (https://www.nationalchildrensalliance.org/donate-now/)

Children 0-3 most at risk of dying from abuse
Environment influences behavior: A place-based approach to prevention
The Predict Align Prevent model
Office of Prevention and targeted universalism
Protecting kids to death
What the critics say
There is no evil overlord hoarding data
What can people do?