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Child Abuse Learning Module for Childcare Providers

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iLook Out for Child Abuse: An Innovative Learning Module for Childcare Providers

This five-year study aims to improve childcare provider (CCP) reporting of suspected child abuse by means of an online learning module, iLook Out for Child Abuse. Using an interactive, video-based story-line (along with follow-up activities), iLookOut engages CCPs emotionally and intellectually to take the first step in addressing the epidemic of child abuse -which in the U.S. claims >680,000 confirmed victims annually. The consequences of child abuse can be devastating and long-lasting. The purpose of this study is to establish an evidence-based intervention that can help those who care for young children recognize and report suspected child abuse before irreparable harm occurs.

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iLook Out for Child Abuse

Online, interactive educational intervention that uses a video-based story-line and "gamification" to teach childcare providers about child abuse and mandated reporting.

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iLook Out for Child Abuse: An Innovative Learning Module for Childcare Providers

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NCT03185728

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