Child Abuse Case Conference
The Child Abuse Case Conference is a monthly webinar conference for case reviews and topical updates in child maltreatment. We have been hosting a televideo for years that required participants to go to a hospital based teleconferencing suite. Starting in February 2011, we moved to an online webinar format to facilitate participation and save participants time going to a separate location. This requires a good internet connection. We are currently using voice-over-internet conferencing, and this is best done with a head set. Speakers and a microphone will work, and if you don't have a microphone, you can "chat" by entering typed messages (but will need speakers to listen). Televideo is currently the 4th Thursday of each month from September to June from 8:30-9:45. Gina Cochrane sends out a reminder each month. If you are not on her list and would like to be, contact her at email@example.com. If you woudl like to volunteer to host a webinar, present a case, or have questions or suggestions about content or format, contact Adam Zolotor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CMEP Televideo Conference is a monthly meeting of health care professionals across North Carolina who evaluate and treat children and adolescents with suspected abuse and/or neglect. Televideo capabilitites provide physicians with the opportunity to participate in case reviews that include photos, slides and radiographs with state-wide experts and peers in their local facilities.
Credit Statement: One hour of credit is also given to physicians who need 10 hours every two years to maintain their specialized roster status with the CMEP.
- child abuse and neglect topics
- case discussions
- new information, techniques and clinical experiences with group discussions
2014-2015 SCHEDULE OF SESSIONS
When: The fourth Tuesday of each month during the months September through June from 8:45-9:45 a.m. Please arrive by 8:30 to connect on time.
|Dates||UNC Coordinating Faculty|
|9/23||1/27||5/26||Molly Berkoff, MD, MPH|
|10/28||2/24||6/23||Adam Zolotor, MD, MPH|
|11/25||3/24||Deb Flowers, MSN|
To register for CME credit or receive monthly notices contact Gina Cochrane at (919) 843-9365 or email at email@example.com.
Americans with Disabilities Act: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in committed to equality of educational opportunity and does not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran's status. If you require reasonable accommodations for a disability in order to participate fully in this continuing education activity, please contact Gina Cochrane at the phone number or e-mail address above.
Activity Objectives: The information presented at this educational activity should improve your ability to do the following:
- summarize signs and symptoms of child maltreatment
- describe approaches to the work-up and/or management of suspected child maltreatment
- discuss how advances described by speakers can be used in patient care and practice