June Statham's scientific contributions

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... The mental health of people with intellectual disabilities (ID) was frequently neglected in the twentieth century by health care professionals and service developers (Hassiotis et al, 2000; Hatton et al, 1999), reflecting the assumption that people with ID did not experience psychological and emotional states that could result in mental disorder (MD) (Smiley & Cooper, 2003; Smiley, 2005). Although more recent developments in legislation (DH, 2001) have highlighted the need ...
... These duties are important because it is widely recognised that staff in schools are particularly well-placed to identify and manage child safeguarding concerns (see e.g. Statham et al., 2004;Baginsky, 2007;Baginsky et al., 2011). ...
... In Europe, however, the evidence available has not been systematically reviewed, and there has been no joint identification or analysis of the research published; few studies have critically analyzed the problem of CSEC in European countries and its possible specific characteristics. Only the review of Chase and Statham (2005) highlighted the characteristics of the problem in the United Kingdom, while Colley (2019) examined the characteristics of organized CSEC perpetrators, also in the UK. To begin to address this knowledge gap, the current study aims to provide a systematic and critical summary of findings regarding empirical studies on CSEC in Europe. ...