Child abuse coursework

The fellowship program, established in 2004, provides training to physicians who are interested in an academic career in Child Abuse Pediatrics. Clinical training includes evaluation and management of all areas of child maltreatment including a medical home to children placed in out-of-home care, and evidence-based treatment within the on-site trauma-focused treatment programs.  Skills in understanding the dynamics of family violence, as well as an introduction to child advocacy efforts are other facets of the program.  The fellowship training experience includes exposure to various child protection systems, mental health assessments, skill development in court testimony to facilitate prosecution of child maltreatment, participation in a multi-disciplinary inpatient consult review team and the county child fatality review team, and familiarity with forensic pathology.

Child abuse coursework

child abuse coursework

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