Education for Child Abuse Medical Providers

Webcasts

2024

  • March 13

All webcasts are on Wednesday and start at noon Eastern time.

Child and Adolescent Pregnancy Due to Sexual Abuse: Trauma-Informed Management

Gillian Hopgood DO, FAAP

Child Abuse Pediatrics
Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center

Kimberly Alba, PsyD

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Child Division
Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

12:00 Noon to 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

Learning Objectives

  • Explore the medicolegal and ethical challenges of caring for a child/adolescent who becomes pregnant due to sexual abuse.
  • Understand medical and psychological risks of childhood and early adolescent pregnancy.
  • Review trauma-informed management strategies for the pregnant child/adolescent who has been sexually abused.

This activity is approved for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

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ACCREDITATION

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and SUNY Upstate Medical University.


The University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CERTIFICATION

The University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences designates this regularly scheduled series activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This activity is intended for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other health care professionals who may respond to suspected child abuse. This activity has been planned and implemented by Dr. Ann Botash, Upstate Medical University. She has no financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

Child Abuse Medical Provider Program
CHAMP
SUNY Upstate Medical University
McMahon Ryan CAC

601 East Genesee Street Syracuse, NY 13202

Programming supported by New York State Department of Health funding to improve the quality of medical response to suspected child abuse.

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When it’s just a bump on the head: interpreting skull fractures

February 14, 2024

James Metz, MD MPH
Associate Professor
Pediatrics, Child Abuse Medicine
The University of Vermont Children’s Hospital

Learning Objectives:
  • Explain that not all skull fractures in children are the same
  • Discuss nuances in skull fractures in children
  • Develop a more sophisticated approach to responding to skull fractures in children
Handout:

Striving to Promote Early Relational Health and Child Development in the Healthcare Space

January 10, 2024

Blair Hammond, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics

Co-founding Director, Medical Education Director 

Mount Sinai Parenting Center

Learning Objectives:
  • Recognize the impact of safe, stable, nurturing relationships on children’s development, health and their ability to buffer adversity
  • Discuss, model, and praise specific parenting behaviors that promote the “keystone” principles of attachment, autonomy, and self-regulation
  • Identify resources to help incorporate concepts into practice
Handout:

Keeping Up! New Literature in Child Abuse Medicine

Co-sponsored with APSAC NY, NY Foundling Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection,

December 6, 2023

Stephen C. Boos, M.D., FAAP
Executive Editor, The Quarterly Update
Professor of Pediatrics
University of Massachusetts Chan School of Medicine, Baystate

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify issues of inequity in systems responding to child maltreatment and state efforts to address them
  • Compare and differentiate examples of statistical evidence base for child abuse diagnosis and improper “mathy” analysis
Handout:

Child Sex Trafficking Training for Pediatricians

November 8, 2023

Janet Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA
National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
(preventtogether.org)

Trevor Raushi, MS
Assistant Vice President, Child Abuse Prevention Program
The New York Foundling

Learning Objectives:
  • Articulate how age appropriate understanding of sexual anatomy and physiology can enhance sexual health and safety on-line
  • Discuss the actual risks currently faced by children and youth on-line
  • Summarize an increased number of resources on promoting sexual health and safety in general and on-line they have available to share with families
Handout:

The Neurobiology of Trauma

October 11, 2023

Anthony Zenkus, LCSW
Senior Lecturer
Columbia University School of Social Work

Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss the scope of traumatic events and their correlation with poor health outcomes (physical, psychological, behavioral)
  • Summarize the physiological responses and processes associated with trauma
  • Review how to integrate this information into practice as well as how to better coordinate service plans, which will improve health outcomes

Child Sex Trafficking Training for Pediatricians

March 8, 2023

Dana Kaplan, MD, FAAP
Director of Child Abuse and Neglect
Department of Pediatrics, SIUH

Lori Legano, MD, FAAP
Director, Child Protection Services
Department of Pediatrics, NYU/Bellevue

Nina Agrawal, MD, FAAP
Child Abuse Pediatrician
Children's Aid Society

Learning Objectives:
  • Utilize the “3-R” Framework for Human Trafficking in Minors: Recognition, Relationship building, and Response
  • Apply a child rights, trauma informed approach to the medical evaluation of child sex trafficking
Handout:

Interventions from a hospital system-wide patient safety monitoring system for child maltreatment

February 15, 2023

Jennifer B. Hansen, MD
Child Abuse Pediatrician
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Children's Mercy Kansas City

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe a system-wide hospital patient safety monitoring program for child maltreatment
  • List potential implications/impacts of a child maltreatment monitoring program
Handout:

Features of Pediatric Burns and Co-existing Injuries Caused by Neglect, Intentional, and Unintentional Trauma

January 11, 2023

Heather Ross, MD, PGY6
Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellow
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Contrast distinguishing characteristics of negligent, intentional, and unintentional burn injuries in children
  • Recognize co-existing injuries that commonly present in children with negligent, intentional and unintentional burns
  • Summarize interventions to prevent pediatric burn injuries
Handout:

Mandated Child Abuse Reporting: Best Practices and Pros and Cons about What to Say and How to Engage Families after the Report

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY, NY Foundling

December 7, 2022

Vincent J. Palusci, MD, MS, FAAP
Professor of Pediatrics, NYU Grossman School of Medicine, New York, NY

Mary L. Pulido, MSW, PhD
Executive Director, The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children President, APSAC-New York, Inc., New York, NY

Learning Objectives:
  • Review New York State mandated reporter regulations and recommendations from about making reports
  • Explore additional best practices for informing families about mandated reports
  • Summarize steps that can be taken to engage parents after the report is made to continue services for the child and family
Handouts:

I Can Tell You Because You’re a Trusted Medical Professional: Primary Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY, Prevent Child Abuse New York, New York Society on the, Prevention of Cruelty to Children, New York Foundling, St. John's University Child HELP, program, New York State Children's Alliance

November 16, 2022

Martin A. Finkel, DO
Professor of Pediatrics
Medical Director and Co-Founder, Child Abuse Research Education & Service (CARES) Institute
Rowan University—School of Osteopathic Medicine

Learning Objectives:
  • Develop an understanding of the clinical presentation of child sexual abuse and how to respond when the concern presents itself in the outpatient setting.
  • Introduce the primary prevention of child sexual abuse as a part of providing anticipatory guidance regarding a child’s right to personal space and privacy
Handout:

How to Help Medical Professionals talk to Parents about Healthy Sexual Development

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY, Prevent Child Abuse New York, New York Society on the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, New York Foundling, St. John's University Child HELP program, New York State Children's Alliance

October 12, 2022

Janet F. Rosenzweig, PhD, MPA
Senior Policy Analyst, The Institute for Human Services
Lecturer, The Fels Institute of Government at The University of Pennsylvania

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify topics in sexual anatomy and physiology that are crucial for children to understand to promote sexual health and safety
  • Apply this content to anticipatory guidance with parents/ primary caretakers of children of various ages
Handouts:

Child Maltreatment in Children with Disabilities

April 6, 2022

Lori Legano, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Director, Child Protection Services
Bellevue Hospital
New York University Grossman School of Medicine

Learning Objectives:
  • Review the differences in rates of maltreatment in children with and without disabilities
  • Summarize how the type of disability affects risks of child maltreatment
  • Discuss how to support families who have children with disabilities to prevent child maltreatment
Handout:

Mitigating the Impact of Institutionalized Racism on the Experience of Child Welfare-involved Black/Brown Families: What's A CAP to Do?

March 9, 2022

Ingrid Walker-Descartes, MD, MPH, MBA, FAAP
Assistant Professor, SUNY Downstate School of Medicine
Vice Chair of Education, Department of Pediatrics
Program Director, Pediatrics Residency Training Program
Fellowship Director, Child Abuse Fellowship Training Program
Clinical Director of Child Maltreatment Services
Maimonides Children's Hospital of Brooklyn

Learning Objectives:
  • Review the definitions of racial disproportionality vs. racial disparities in the child welfare system
  • Review the foundations of institutional and structural racism overlaid with implicit bias on the experience of black/brown families in the child welfare system
  • Through case review, reflect on bias in the field of child protection and envision ways to use our roles as Child Abuse Pediatricians (CAPs) to mitigate its effect on black/brown families
Handout:

Trauma or Not Trauma? Teasing out traumatic stress from ADHD, Depression and Anxiety

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY, The NY Foundling

February 9, 2022

Brooks Keeshin, MD
Child Abuse Pediatrician and Child Psychiatrist
Clinician Researcher
University of Utah
Division of Child Protection and Family Health
Primary Children's Hospital

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify common symptoms of traumatic stress and potential areas for syndromic overlap between traumatic stress and common childhood mental health conditions such as ADHD, depression and anxiety
  • Become familiar with pediatric assessment and treatment approaches for traumatic stress, both as an independent condition as well as in the context of other mental health concerns
Handout:

To Tell the Truth: Based on Forty Years of Clinical and Trial Experiences in Abusive Head Trauma

January 12, 2022

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

featuring author, Robert M. Reece, MD
Clinical Associate Professor
Child Abuse Pediatrics
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Learning Objectives:
  • Recognize the keys to responsible testimony
  • Identify common issues of denial that may be challenging in Abusive Head Trauma
  • List three issues involved in preparing to testify in a case of Abusive Head Trauma
Handout:

Navigating Treatment for Children Who Engage in Challenging Behavior

December 8, 2021

Nicole DeRosa, PsyD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Review basic information regarding different types of behaviorally-based therapies for children who display challenging forms of behavior
  • Identify key variables that can assist in the referral and behavioral treatment selection process
  • Discuss how to best support children who engage in challenging forms of behavior, as well as their families
Handout:

Keeping Up! New Literature in Child Abuse Medicine

October 13, 2021

Stephen Boos, MD
Child Abuse Pediatrics
Developmental—Behavioral Pediatrics
Professor of Pediatrics
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Baystate Medical Center

Learning Objectives:
  • Review current literature in Child Abuse Pediatrics
  • Define the TEN-4-FACE-P clinical prediction rule and its application in pediatric practice
  • Identify governmental policy actions that may decrease the occurrence of child abuse
Handout:

Pediatric Approach to Childhood Trauma and Resilience

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY

March 10, 2021

Moira Szilagyi, MD, PhD, FAAP
Professor of Pediatrics
Peter Shapiro Term Chair for Enhancing Children's Developmental and Behavioral Health in Pediatrics

Learning Objectives:
  • Recognize the prevalence and clinical importance of identifying trauma and its presentation in children
  • Establish a partnering relationship to build safe, stable, nurturing caregiving in which we are the health experts and recognize the parent as the expert in their family and culture
  • Adopt a few strategies to promote resilience of children with trauma histories in pediatric settings
  • Awareness around judicious use of ACE screening
Handout:

Variability in use of telemedicine for child abuse evaluations since the COVID 19 pandemic: Some lessons learned for trauma-sensitive practice

February 10, 2021

Mandy O'Hara, MD, MPH, FAAP
Child Abuse Pediatrician
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Columbia University Medical Center

Learning Objectives:
  • Explore factors impacting decision-making on use of telemedicine for child abuse evaluations, based on the recent survey of CHAMP affiliates regarding the use of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Learn what other CHAMP affiliates are doing with telemedicine practice since the COVID-19 pandemic, including limitations and barriers identified.
  • Review trauma-informed practice and its application to telemedicine in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Handout:

Levels of certainty for physical abuse: What do our words mean?

January 13, 2021

Ann Botash, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD
The Children's Hospital at Montefiore

Dana Kaplan, MD
Staten Island University Hospital

Lori Legano, MD
New York University School of Medicine

Alicia Pekarsky, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Ingrid Walker-Descartes, MD
Maimonides Children's Hospital

Learning Objectives:
  • Review categories of likelihood scales for child physical abuse
  • Analyze case scenarios of physical abuse and assess levels of certainty
  • Discuss ways to communicate uncertainty
Handout:

Sexually Transmitted Infections and Child Sexual abuse: A Case Based Discussion

December 9, 2020

Lori Legano, MD
Director, Child Protection Services, Department of Pediatrics
New York University School of Medicine

Madeline Mineo, DO
Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellow
Maimonides Medical Center

Ann Lenane, MD
REACH Program
University of Rochester

Learning Objectives:
  • Diagnose and treat sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in young children and adolescents.
  • Interpret STIs in the context of possible child sexual abuse.
Handout:

Race and Bias in Child Abuse Diagnosis and Reporting

November 18, 2020

Vincent J. Palusci, M.D., M.S., F.A.A.P.
Professor of Pediatrics
New York University
Grossman School of Medicine

Ann S. Botash, M.D.
Professor of Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Review national and NYS statistics regarding associations of race and ethnicity with child maltreatment reports
  • Describe racism and bias in child abuse medicine including how it can affect pediatric patients, medical diagnosis, and mandated reports
  • Discuss case examples and explore potential steps to reduce racism and bias in healthcare for child maltreatment
Handouts:

The Impact of COVID-19 on Child Health and Safety

October 14, 2020

Stephanie A. Deutsch, MD, MS
Child Abuse Pediatrician
Department of Pediatrics
Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
Wilmington, DE

Learning Objectives:
  • Review the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable populations, including children at risk for abuse and neglect
  • Discuss how pandemic circumstances have impacted pediatric medical care-seeking, functioning of child welfare agencies, foster care and safety investigations
  • Evaluate use of data for advocacy—how have lessons learned altered the future trajectory of supportive service provision for at-risk families
  • Describe the anticipated effects of COVID-19 on child health and safety across generations
  • What have we learned from the pandemic, and how does it change us and what we do, moving forward?
Handout:

Pitfalls, Perils and Protections in Child Abuse Pediatrics

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY

March 11, 2020

Jason R. Corrado, Sr., JD
Partner
Shaub, Ahmuty, Citrin & Spratt, LLP
Lake Success, NY

Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss an overview of legal considerations for professionals in the field of child abuse pediatrics
  • Review relevant statutes which govern the obligations of mandated reporters, focusing upon those in clinical practice
  • Describe protections (both by statute and in clinical practice) that should be considered when assessing children, making reports, and making recommendations to ACS/CPS and the court system
Handouts:

Medical Child Abuse, Munchausen by Proxy,

February 12, 2020

Ann Lenane, MD
Child Abuse Pediatrician
Professor, Department of Pediatrics
University of Rochester Medical Center
Medical Director, REACH Program

Learning Objectives:
  • Recognize a range of symptoms that may be seen in cases of medical child abuse
  • Summarize two challenges in making a medical child abuse diagnosis
  • Review American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) practice guidelines for MBP
Handouts:

Improving the Rate of Follow-up Skeletal Survey (FUSS) Completion

January 15, 2020

Iram Ashraf, MD
Pediatrician and Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellow
Department of Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the importance and utility of follow-up skeletal surveys (FUSS)
  • Discuss barriers to completion and possible consequences of non-completion
  • Summarize the quality project initiated at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital to improve the rate of FUSS completion
Handout:

Rooted in Compassion: Self-Care for the Child Abuse Professional

December 18, 2019

Mandy O'Hara, MD
Child Abuse Pediatrician
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
New York Presbyterian Child Advocacy Center
Columbia University Medical Center

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify one's risks and reactions to secondary traumatic stress, as well as one's unique identity and purpose in their work
  • Define trauma stewardship and trauma mastery, and apply these terms to their own practices
  • Learn ways for targeted self-care in the face of child welfare work
  • Develop an understanding of compassion in all aspects of child welfare work, and how ultimately a compassion framework fosters job satisfaction and self-care
Handouts:

Ongoing Pediatric Health Care for the Child Who Has Been Maltreated

November 13, 2019

Lori A. Legano, MD
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Director, Child Protection Services, Department of Pediatrics
NYU School of Medicine

Learning Objectives:
  • Summarize the clinical care of children who are subjects of a child report who remain with their families or are returned to their families after foster care
  • Recognize how to monitor for recurrent abuse
  • Discuss ways that providers can support families and prevent recurrent abuse
Handout:

Social Media Facilitated Sexual Assault

October 16, 2019

Ann S. Botash, MD
Distinguished Teaching Professor, Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Review the literature on social media facilitated sexual assault
  • Analyze cases for social media risks resulting in sexual assault
  • Review social media screening recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics
Handout:

No Hit Zones: Creating Safe Spaces to Address the Most Prevalent Risk Factor for Child Abuse

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY

March 13, 2019

Stacie LeBlanc, MEd, JD
Director of the New Orleans Children's Advocacy Center (NOCAC) and the Audrey Hepburn CARE Center
Children's Hospital, New Orleans

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the harms of corporal punishment, the most prevalent risk factor for child physical abuse
  • Explain the No Hit Zone policy and how to implement it in medical facilities and other youth-serving organizations
  • Summarize communication strategies with families and co-workers in a non-judgmental manner regarding the harms of physical discipline and the purpose of the No Hit Zone
Handout:

Consensus on Abusive Head Trauma

February 13, 2019

Vincent J. Palusci, MD, MS, FAAP
Professor of Pediatrics
NYU School of Medicine
Child Abuse Pediatrician at NYU Langone Health and Bellevue Hospital

Learning Objectives:
  • Summarize the findings of a consensus statement on abusive head trauma (AHT) from the American Academy of Pediatrics and other organizations
  • Explain key elements of the history, physical examination and imaging used to make a diagnosis of AHT
  • Demonstrate how consensus statements can be used to help other professionals understand AHT
Handout:

Supporting Gender Diverse Youth

January 16, 2019

Karen L. Teelin, MD, MSED, FAAP
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Director, Section of Adolescent Medicine
Director, A-GEMS Clinic
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Define transgender and relevant terminology
  • Identify screening techniques
  • Describe some health disparities and co-morbidities associated with transgender identity
  • Discuss referral and medical management recommendations
Handouts:

The Heart of Trauma-Informed Care

December 12, 2018

Mandy O'Hara, MD, MPH, FAAP
Child Abuse Pediatrician
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
New York Presbyterian Child Advocacy Center
Columbia University Medical Center

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify key concepts in stress physiology, toxic stress, and adverse childhood experiences
  • Define a framework for trauma-informed care
  • Describe ways to screen for trauma and potentially traumatic events
  • Describe clinical aspects of trauma-informed care
  • Identify the importance of addressing secondary traumatic stress for
  • providers
Handout:

Detecting Abuse in the Child with a Burn: You're getting warmer...

November 14, 2018

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD
Child Abuse Pediatrician
JE and ZB Butler Center for Children and Families
Children's Hospital at Montefiore

Learning Objectives:
  • Articulate the epidemiology of child abuse by burning
  • Distinguish between the two major types of inflicted burns
  • Discuss the steps in evaluating and reporting suspicious burn injuries
Handout:

The Art of Uncertainty & the Limits of the Child Abuse Diagnosis

October 10, 2018

Ann Botash, MD
Interim Chair, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss recognition of child abuse and needs for advocacy beyond reporting
  • Analyze child abuse cases and discuss next steps in communication management, particularly when abuse is uncertain
  • Review key points for written impact statements
Handout:

Webcast II
An Approach to Discipline: Challenges and Strategies for Medical Professionals

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY

February 28, 2018

Howard Dubowitz, MD, MS
Professor of Pediatrics, Division Head, Child Protection Services
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Learning Objectives:
  • Know more about alternative disciplinary strategies
  • Learn how to share ideas about discipline with their patients' families
  • Learn how to incorporate advice about discipline into a busy practice
Handout:

Webcast I
What We Know About the Harms Linked to Physical Punishment and About Interventions to Reduce it in Medical Settings

Co-sponsored with APSAC-NY

February 14, 2018

Elizabeth Gershoff, PhD
Professor of Human Development and Family Sciences
University of Texas at Austin

Learning Objectives:
  • Summarize the research findings linking spanking with harm to children
  • Identify why alternatives to spanking are more effective and have less risk for adverse outcomes for children
  • Describe strategies to change parents' attitudes about physical punishment that can be introduced in a medical setting
Handout:

Sentinel Injuries: Reasons to Sweat the Small Stuff

January 17, 2018

Alicia Pekarsky, MD, FAAP, ABP
Certified General and Child Abuse Pediatrician
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the definition of the term "sentinel injury"
  • Define which sentinel injuries are most frequently associated with physical abuse
  • Discuss the impact of failing to recognize and address seemingly minor injuries in young children
Handout:

SQUARES: Medical-legal paradigms in caring for minor victims of human trafficking

December 13, 2017

Dana Kaplan, MD, FAAP
Director of Child Abuse and Neglect
Staten Island University Hospital

Learning Objectives:
  • Evaluate the range of legislation related to human trafficking in the United States
  • Explore the intersection of medical care and mandated reporting with regard to human trafficking
  • Develop a patient centered and medically focused response to victims of human trafficking
Handouts:

When Culture is the Conundrum

November 8, 2017

Ingrid Walker-Decartes, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Albert Enstein College of Medicine
Clinical Director of Child Maltreatment Services
General Pediatrics Attending—Division of Ambulatory Pediatrics
Maimonides Infants and Children's Hospital of Brooklyn

Learning Objectives:
  • Expand understanding of cases that fall under the purview of a Child Abuse Pediatrician
  • Demonstrate how the unique needs of the population served inevitably impacts the skill set of CAPs in practice
  • Explore a case where "culture" and "cultural sensitivity" poses a challenge and opportunity to re-evaluate "child" protection work

RIME & Reason: Teaching about Child Abuse

October 11, 2017

Ann S. Botash, MD
Distinguished Teaching Professor, Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Learning Objectives:
  • Analyze use of frameworks for teaching about child abuse
  • Recognize expectations for various levels of learners
  • Identify resources for teaching other professionals about child abuse
Handouts:

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study: Effects of Child Maltreatment Now and Later

March 22, 2017

Alicia Pekarsky, MD, FAAP
ABP Certified General Pediatrician & Child Abuse Pediatrician
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Handout:

Anticipatory Guidance For Unanticipated Behaviors In Children

February 22, 2017

Ingrid Walker-Descartes, MD, MPH
Clinical Director of Maltreatment Services
Fellowship Director
Child Abuse Pediatrics
Maimonides Infants and Children's Hospital of Brooklyn

Handouts:

Strategies for the Medical Evaluation of Child Abuse in Children with Developmental Delays

January 18, 2017

Led by Ann S. Botash, MD

Linda Cahill, MD

Vince Palusci, MD

Alicia Pekarsky, MD

Handouts:

Orthopedic Aspects of Child Maltreatment

December 14, 2016

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD
Medical Director, Queens CAC

Handout:

When It's Not Child Abuse

November 2, 2016

Led by Ann S. Botash, MD

Linda Cahill, MD

Jennifer Canter, MD

Ann Lenane, MD

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

Yorgo Zahlanie, MD

Handout:

Updated Guidelines for Post-Assault Testing and Treatment

October 5, 2016

Ann S. Botash, MD

Handout:

Missed Opportunities: Addressing Campus Sexual Violence in the Primary Care Clinic

April 16, 2016

Amy Caruso Brown, MD, MSc, MSCS

Lauren Germain, PhD

Handout:

Turn Out: A Medical Response to Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST)

March 9, 2016

Dana Kaplan, MD, FAAP

Handouts:

Bully Busters: Child Abuse as a Risk Factor for Bullying

February 10, 2016

Ann S. Botash, MD

Handouts:

Educational Webcast

January 13, 2016
Handout:

“Haven’t I Seen You Before?” The Dilemma of Repeated Examinations for Suspected Child Sexual Abuse

Look it Up! Resources for Child Abuse Medical Providers

September 16, 2015

Ann S. Botash, MD

Handout:

FAQs About Sexually Transmitted Infections in Child Abuse Cases

April 30, 2015

Ann S. Botash, MD

Ann Lenane, MD

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

Handout:

Radiographic Imaging in the Evaluation of Child Abuse: Refining Practice Patterns

March 11, 2015

Alicia Pekarsky, MD, FAAP
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
ABP Certified Child Abuse & General Pediatrician

Handout:

Common Pitfalls in the Recognition and Diagnosis of Child Abuse: Missing the Tip of the Iceberg

Compassion Satisfaction/Fatigue Self-Test for Helpers

January 7, 2015

Ann S. Botash, MD

Handout:

Educational Case Review: Mimics of Child Abuse

November 19, 2014

Ann Botash MD
Medical Director, McMahon/Ryan CAC Syracuse

Linda Cahill MD
Medical Director, Butler CAC Bronx

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld MD
Medical Director, Queens CAC

Lori Legano MD
Bellevue Hospital NYU

Ann Lenane MD
Medical Director
REACH Program Rochester

Alicia Pekarsky MD
Golisano Children’s Hospital Syracuse

Handout:

Corporal Punishment Attitudes and Practices: What is the Rule of Thumb?

October 8, 2014

Ann Botash, MD

Linda Cahill, MD

Lori Legano, MD

Ann Lenane, MD

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

Alicia Pekarsky, MD

Handouts:

Psychological Maltreatment: An Overview and Discussion of Gaps in Assessment and Treatment

June 20, 2014

Amy J. L. Baker, Ph.D.
Director of Research
The New York Foundling
Vincent J. Fontana Center For Child Protection

Handout:

Doctor It Hurts Down There

April 23, 2014

Ann S. Botash, MD

Handout:

Preventing Child Abuse

March 12, 2014

Vincent J. Palusci, M.D., M.S.
Child Abuse Pediatrician Bellevue Hospital Frances L. Loeb Child Protection and Development Center Professor of Pediatrics New York University School of Medicine

Handout:

Metabolic and Genetic Mimics of Child Abuse

February 12, 2014

Cindy W. Christian, MD
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia The Perelman School of Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania

Handout:

What to Say and How to Say It

January 8, 2014

Ann S Botash, MD

Handout:

Understanding Femur Fractures - Accident vs. Abuse

December 4, 2013

Linda Cahill, MD

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

Handout:

“Doctor, was there penetration?” - Why we usually can’t tell by looking

November 6, 2013

Joyce A. Adams, MD
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics University of California, San Diego
Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego

Handout:

A Coordinated Community Response to Child Maltreatment

April 18, 2013

Alicia Pekarsky, MD, FAAP
American Board of Pediatrics Certification in General Pediatrics & Child Abuse Pediatrics
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Handout:

Educational Case Review

February 14, 2013

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

Ann S. Botash, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University

Handouts:

Educational Case Review

January 17, 2013

Linda Cahill, MD
Montefiore Medical Center

Ann S. Botash, MD

Ann Lenane, MD
Medical Director, REACH Program

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Educational Case Review

December 6, 2012

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

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Educational Case Review

Educational Case Review

Educational Case Review

May 10, 2012

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

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How the Medical Provider Prepares for Testifying in a Case of Child Sexual Abuse

April 5, 2012

Ann S. Botash, MD
Professor of Pediatrics
Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital

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Educational Case Review

February 8, 2012

Linda Cahill, MD

Ann Lenane, MD

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What to Do When Sexual Abuse is Suspected in a Pre-pubertal Child

Educational Case Review

December 1, 2011

Ann Lenane, MD
Medical Director, REACH Program Rochester, New York

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Educational Case Review

November 8, 2011

Jamie Hoffman-Rosenfeld, MD

Ann S. Botash, MD

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