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Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse for Clinicians
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9/24/2017
When: Sunday, September 24, 2017
9:15 to 11:15 AM
Where: Kalahari Resorts & Conventions: Aloeswood
250 Kalahari Blvd
Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania  18349
United States
Presenter: Haven Evans, Director of Training, Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance
Contact: Sara Bowden
717-234-6151 x2


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Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse for Clinicians

 
PPA is offering this program as a special activity in connection with our 2017 Annual Conference

 

This two-hour training is designed to provide clinicians and other medical staff with the knowledge they need to accurately identify suspected child abuse and meet their legal obligation in reporting. The presentation reviews the elements of child abuse including the legal definitions of a child, perpetrator, categories and indicators of abuse. The training provides an overview of mandated reporting obligations including how to make a report, protections for those who report and the liability for failing to report.  Medical indicators of abuse are covered as are conditions that mimic abuse. Case studies are reviewed. This training is eligible for Act 31 credits and is approved by the Departments of Human Services and State.

 

 

Presented by:


Haven Evans, Director of Training, Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance

Haven Evans joined the staff of PFSA in November 2016 as the Director of Training. Haven has more than eight years of experience in the child welfare field, as a caseworker, ChildLine supervisor and most recently, ChildLine Manager. At ChildLine, she was responsible for managing the state’s 24/7 intake unit that responds to a large volume and variety of calls regarding the care of children, particularly reports of suspected child abuse or neglect. Haven also supervised Background Checks Units responsible for child abuse history clearances. She brings to PFSA an extensive knowledge of Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law and has conducted many training sessions and written procedural manuals to ensure that legal requirements are met.

 

 

Target Audience: All pharmacists

 

Program Objectives: At the completion of this activity, a pharmacist will be able to:

1. Describe and apply current information on the PA Child Protective Services Law
2. Review child abuse reporting procedures
3. Describe the actions taken by the county agency in response to reports of child abuse
4. Recognize behavioral signs of sexual abuse
5. Recognize physical signs of sexual abuse
6. Recognize that bruising is the most obvious sign of physical abuse
7. Recognize the fractures of physical abuse
8. Describe why Failure to thrive and neglect have long term consequences
9. Identify some prevention programs

 

Cost: 

PPA Members - FREE
Non-Members - $65

 

CE Credit: 2 hours

UAN: 0159-0000-17-002-L03-P

Activity Type: Knowledge-based

 

 

 


  

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