two sessions on the importance of recognizing sentinel injuries in infants 6 months and younger
Dr. Lori Vavul-Roediger, medical director of the department of child advocacy and principal investigator for the TRAIN (Timely Recognition of Abusive Injuries) Collaborative will speak twice on the importance of recognizing the first signs of child abuse, or “sentinel injuries. She will share the work this collaborative has done to create tools that will assist physicians in spotting, confirming and following up on these injuries to ensure abuse does not escalate and the family has the tools they need to have a safe, healthy home.
Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Regional Presentations
Friday, October 28, 2016
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Dayton Children’s Hospital
All participants will take home resources to implement immediately
20 Points ABP Part II MOC Credit is available for physicians
Other continuing education credits also available
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Dayton Children’s Hospital auditorium (lower level)
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
To learn more about sentinel injuries and the collaborative’s work on the issue, click here.