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Medical Evaluation of Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse is an online, self-paced training program developed by internationally recognized experts in the field of child abuse.
Based on Interpretation of Medical Findings in Suspected Child Sexual Abuse and Updated Guidelines for the Medical Assessment and Care of Children Who May Have Been Sexually Abused, this innovative program provides a comprehensive and evidence-based educational experience. It is the new gold standard in child abuse education. Created for health professionals working in low, medium and high resource settings anywhere in the world, The Medical Evaluation of Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse will help you put research into practice, and to serve victims of abuse.
Key topics included in the program:
A special Abridged Version is included for those requiring a more accelerated introduction to this topic.
Developed by Nancy Kellogg, MD, Joyce Adams, MD and Jordan Greenbaum, MD this innovative program provides a comprehensive, evidence-based educational experience, and is considered the new gold standard in child abuse education.
Developed by specialist child abuse pediatricians and emergency physicians in cooperation with the International Center for Exploited and Missing Children. This program will teach you how to recognize and respond to children and adolescents who may be involved in sex trafficking using a trauma-informed, rights-based approach.
Developed by the International Association of Forensic Nurses. This program contains 29 cases of living pediatric and adolescent patients assessed for strangulation and cared for in the healthcare setting. Expand your knowledge, build your skills, and refine your technique in the evaluation and management of pediatric and adolescent strangulation.
Learn the language of evidence-based evaluative methods used when caring for the pediatric sexual assault patient. Included are sixteen interactive pediatric peer-reviewed cases with a concise history and photographic representation. The learner can confirm their knowledge of anatomical landmarks, injury identification, evidence collection and treatment protocols.
Learn how to use a trauma-informed, rights-based approach when caring for pediatric sexual assault patients.
This online educational platform contains well over 1,500 images and 700 actual cases used to illustrate 150 topics. Topics include cases depicting Normal Anatomy, Congenital and Developmental Variations, Trauma and Non-traumatic findings. The Child Abuse Atlas helps build skills to medically evaluate, assess and diagnose child sexual abuse.