Upcoming Educational Activities for Healthcare Providers

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October 2022

National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome
18th International Conference on Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma (SBS/AHT)
October 23-25, 2022

Children's Hospital of Chicago
2022 Virtual Child Maltreatment Symposium
October 27-28, 2022

Healthcare Providers Online Training

New Healthcare Providers Medical Training Academy – Basic

Additional Available Online Training

  • The University of Arizona- College of Medicine — Online and Enduring Materials
    • A Clinician’s Guide to Sexual Assault
    • Accident or Injury? Managing Abuse in Younger Children
    • Current Management of Domestic Violence - Responding to IPV
    • Identifying and Evaluating Child Abuse
  • National Children's Advocacy Center — Online Training Catalog
    • Fractures in Infants and Children: Abuse, Accident, or Brittle Bones?
  • The National Child Traumatic Stress Network — Learning Center
    • Child Physical Abuse
      Assessment of Child Physical Abuse 1: Medical Perspectives
    • Child Sexual Abuse
      Responding to LGBTQ Youth after Sexual Abuse
    • Understanding the Complex Needs of Commercially Sexually Exploited Children
      Health Care Needs of Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth: Challenges for Survivors and Medical Professionals
      Mental Health Interventions for Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth
  • Evidentia Child Abuse e-Learning
    You may earn CME through the accredited module(s). The Abridged Version(s) do not qualify for CME or contact hours.
    • Medical Evaluation of Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse
    • Human Trafficking- Child Sex Trafficking
    • Trauma-Informed Care in Child Sexual Abuse
    • Child Abuse- eLearning Collection
    • Medical Evaluation of Child & Adolescent Sexual Abuse
    • Challenging Cases in Child Sexual Abuse
    • Pediatric Strangulation Case Review and Assessment
    • Pediatric Sexual Assault
    • Child Abuse Atlas
  • AAP- PediaLink
    • Plan of Safe Care for Infants Exposed to Opioids

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