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All CMEP providers are required to document 10 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Continuing Education credits or official nursing contact hours in the area of child abuse/neglect every two years. 

  • Child Advocacy Centers of North Carolina

The Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina (CACNC) hosts bi-annual trainings with programming for medical providers working in the area of child maltreatment. Click here for information regarding upcoming CACNC trainings: Training – Children’s Advocacy Centers Of North Carolina (

  • The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children

This calendar displays APSAC and partner events. Information here

  • AAP Trauma and Resilience ECHO

The AAP is currently implementing a national educational telementoring program, AAP Trauma and Resilience ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes). The program serves as a forum for health care providers and staff to learn and improve the identification, care, management, and outcomes of traumatized children and their families in pediatric settings.

Level 1: Trauma Aware is comprised of 6 one-hour weekly sessions. Each ECHO session includes a brief presentation by a national expert, followed by de-identified case presentations for discussion. Providers and staff are encouraged to register in teams, and participants can earn AAP-sponsored AMA PRA Category 1 and MOC Part 2 credits upon completion of the program.

For more information, and to register, visit:

  • Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Information here

  • Wi Can Webinars

Information here

  • CHAMP Program training

Information here

  • MRCAC e-learning

Information here