University of Glasgow - Treatment for abused children

July 2, 2009

Academics at the University of Glasgow have been awarded travelling fellowships as part of a project assessing a treatment programme for abused children who now live in foster homes. Helen Minnis and Graham Bryce, lecturers in child and adolescent psychiatry, received the fellowships from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. They will travel to New Orleans and Romania to see how a programme developed by US psychiatrist Charles Zeanah could be applied in Glasgow.

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