Nearly five children die each day
due to child abuse and neglect

Child abuse and neglect crosses all cultural, geographic and socioeconomic groups. It is widely considered to be under-reported.

In this free six-week series, pediatric care providers will refresh on best practices, learn new skills, and practice evaluating different physical injuries for signs of abuse. Sessions will address physical symptoms that may present such as bruising and fractures, as well as understanding the role state systems have in responding to reported cases of abuse. Presenters and panelists include expert child abuse pediatricians, emergency room providers, and child welfare professionals.

Pediatric Physical Abuse Assessment In Primary Care:
Treating and Reporting

Audience:
Pediatric care providers in Region  VIII (CO, MT, ND SD, UT, WY)

Commitment: 
Six weekly ECHO sessions held virtually

  • ECHO SESSION 1

    General Medical Evaluation

  • ECHO SESSION 2

    Bruising

  • ECHO SESSION 3

    Fractures

  • ECHO SESSION 4

    Head Trauma

  • ECHO SESSION 5

    Chest and Abdominal Trauma

  • ECHO SESSION 6

    Next Steps: What to do now?

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