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What Happens Next? Developing Forensic Interviewing Skills After Attending Foundational Training (PT. 1)

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A nationwide survey of child interviewing practices in Canada (Brubacher, Roberts, Cooper, Price, Barry, & Vanderloon, 2018). 

Investigative interviewing of alleged child abuse victims: An evaluation of a new training programme for investigative interviewers (Cederborg, Alm, Lima da Silva Nises, & Lamb, 2013). 

Changes in interviewers’ use of supportive techniques during the Revised Protocol training (Hershkowitz, Ahern, Lamb, Blasbalg, Karni‐Visel, & Breitman, 2017). 

Difficulties translating research on forensic interview practices to practitioners: Finding water, leading horses, but can we get them to drink? (Lamb, 2016). 

Tell Me What Happened: Questioning Children About Abuse (2nd ed.). (Lamb, Brown, Hershkowitz, Orbach, & Esplin, 2018). 

Training forensic interviewers (Stewart, Katz, & La Rooy, 2011). 

Repeated self-and peer review leads to continuous improvement in child interviewing performance  (Stolzenberg & Lyon, 2015). 

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