Child: Care, Health and Development

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Edited By: Stuart Logan

Impact Factor: 1.754

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 34/69 (Psychology Developmental); 49/120 (Pediatrics)

Online ISSN: 1365-2214


Virtual Issue: Child Development and Disability in resource poor setting
Edited by Matthew Ellis

This virtual edition of Child: care, health and development brings together a series of eight papers published over the last four years reporting a rich mix of studies addressing important issues for child development, impairments and disability in culturally diverse, resource poor settings. Whilst raising fascinating issues relating to the cultural context of childhood, they point the way towards commons standard for our efforts to address the needs of ALL children.

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Reviews Editor for CCH
Dr Lindsay Pennington is the Reviews Editor for Child: Care, Health and Development. To help researchers and clinicians keep abreast of developments, the Editor wishes to encourage the submission of reviews of evidence of the effectiveness of interventions to CCH. In addition, the Editor welcomes systematic reviews of the evidence relating to 'accepted opinion', or of issues in measurement of key concepts in child health and development.
Submission of reviews should be made in the usual way through the journal website ( and will be managed through the journal's peer review process.

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