There is something for everyone at the 2011 U.P. Nonprofit Conference. From volunteers to finances and everything in between, the conference offers a variety of topics to educate staff, board members and volunteers about trends in the nonprofit sector. A complete list of workshops and descriptions can be found at www.glcyd.org.
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About the Colloquium
Welcome! The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children is proud to bring you the 19th Annual APSAC Colloquium.
This year we offer 93 institutes and workshops which address all aspects of child maltreatment including prevention, assessment, intervention and treatment with victims, perpetrators and families affected by physical, sexual and psychological abuse and neglect. Cultural considerations will also be addressed.
Seminars have been designed primarily for professionals in mental health, medicine and nursing, law, law enforcement, education, prevention, research, advocacy, child protection services, and allied fields.
The educational goal of APSAC’s Colloquium is to foster professional excellence in the field of child maltreatment by providing interdisciplinary professional education. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:
Identify physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect in children
Treat abused and neglected children
Apply model examination techniques for assessment of abused/neglected children
Describe and utilize the most up-to-date information concerning working with abused and neglected children to improve patient care
Prepare and report quality testimony in court cases, both as experts and as witnesses
We look forward to seeing you in Philadelphia!
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Multidisciplinary Institute on Child Sexual Abuse: Assessment and Intervention
The University of Michigan School of Social Work is sponsoring a state-of-the-art, evidence-based institute on assessment and intervention in cases of child sexual abuse.
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Fee: Without Lodging: $600.00 / With Lodging: $1350.00
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Child Abuse: From Presentation to Prosecution
This conference will benefit physicians, social workers, teachers, attorneys, psychologists, law enforcement, nurses, child advocates and others whose profession may involve interaction with child maltreatment.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Understand the importance of multidisciplinary collaboration in evaluating child maltreatment.Understand the role of the medical evaluations in cases of suspected child sexual abuse.
- Describe common defense arguments used in cases involving child abuse and explain the importance of providing evidence based testimony.
- Explain and apply appropriate procedural tools to prepare a child for the courtroom.
- Describe the role of the medical examiner, the limitations of the autopsy and the information that the medical examiner needs from the other professionals involved in the evaluation and investigation of possible child maltreatment.
- Understand the difference between adolescent and adult perpetrators of sexual abuse.
- Identify, list and describe some of the ethical issues civil child protection attorneys encounter.
Registration is due by Friday, April 1, 2011, but enrollment is limited. Registration will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Online registration is strongly encouraged. You may register online or download a registration form at childrensmemorial.org/cme. You may print this form and mail or fax to Protective Services Team Coordinator at 773-281-4237. Onsite registration will not be available. 1.800.KIDS DOC® will not be accepting registrations.