Newsletters

CMEP publishes a newsletter entitled "Feedback."  You may view past issues by clicking on the links below:

April 2014 Newsletter

  • New Curriculum for Medical Aspects Training
  • Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect in NC
  • CMEP Webinars

December 2013 Newsletter

  • CFEP Examiner input needed for Guidelines
  • Medical Child Abuse Project
  • CMEP Webinars
  • CMEP Letters of Agreement

September 2013 Newsletter

  • Letters of Agreement
  • Credentialing Information for CMEP
  • Upcoming Training (Symposium at Lake Junaluska!)

 

 

April 2013 Newsletter

  • Local CMEP Providers Receive Awards
  • Credentialing Information for CMEP
  • Upcoming Training

 

May 2012 Newsletter

  • Contested Issues in “The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations”
  • Letters of Agreement
  • Credentialing
  • Training Opportunities

 

February 2012 Newsletter

  • Prevent Child Abuse NC online training: Recognizing and Responding to Suspicions of Child Maltreatment Web-based Training
  • RELATIONSHIP (PATERNITY) TESTING for FORENSIC PURPOSES
  • Upcoming Training Dates
  • Relationship Testing for Forensic Purposes

 

November 2011 Newsletter

  • CMEP REQUEST FOR ALL CME REPORTS BEGINNING JANUARY 2012
  • NC CMEP SPONSORED WEBINARS
  • CMEP REQUESTS INVOICE NUMBERS ON ALL INVOICES

June 2011 Newsletter

  • PHYSICIANS REPORTING CAN TO LAW ENFORCEMENT
  • A CHANGE IN ITEMIZED STATEMENTS
  • 17th Annual Symposium on Child Abuse and Neglect & CACNC Child Medical Training, September 27 - 29, 2011

March 2011 Newsletter

  • CONTROVERSIES IN CHILD ABUSE:  “More Doctors Questioning Shaken-Baby Syndrome.‟
  • CMEP MEDICAL TELEVIDEO GOES WEBINAR
  • REVIEWING MEDICAL REPORTS & FINDINGS FOR CAC MEDICAL PROVIDERS


November 2010 Newsletter


August 2010 Newsletter

  • SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN AGES 2-12 (Continued from April Newsletter)
  • Recognizing and Reporting Suspected Child Abuse:
    A Clinician’s Guide by Elaine Cabinum-Foeller
  • Letters of Agreement



April 2010 Newsletter

  • SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN AGES 2-12
  • MEET MOLLY BERKOFF, OUR MEDICAL DIRECTOR
    By: Adam Zolotor, MD

 

January 2010 Newsletter

  • ARTICLE REVIEW
    Molly Berkoff, MD
    Reports of Repetitive Penile-Genital Penetration Often Have No Definitive Evidence of
    Penetration
    (Pediatrics 2009; 124:e403-e409)
  • MEET ADAM ZOLOTOR, OUR NEW ASSOCIATE MEDICAL DIRECTOR
  • APPROPRIATE COURT TESTIMONY
    Mark Everson, Ph.D.
  • CHILD ABUSE ISSUES IN KOREA
    By: Dr. Jenny Brown
  • Education and Training Events