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Pediatric Sexual Abuse Forensic Medical Examiner Training

Pediatric Sexual Abuse Forensic Medical Examiner Training
This program is sponsored by the California Clinical Forensic Medical Training Center in conjunction with our training partner the California District Attorneys Association. This Basic Pediatric SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner) training program focuses on the fundamental forensic medical examination procedures and techniques for pediatric victims of sexual assault. Using the Cal OES 2-930 Sexual Assault Forensic Medical Report Form - the state mandated form required for use in California and the California Medical Protocol for Examination of Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Victims. This course is designed for the inexperienced examiner and teaches basic knowledge, skills and abilities.

Date & Location

February 27 - March 1, 2017
California District Attorneys Association Training Center
921 11th Street, Suite 300, Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 443-2017

Hotel Accommodations

Due to high demand of hotels in the Downtown Sacramento area, a room block has been secured at the Courtyard Marriott Sacramento Midtown.  This is approximately 6 miles away from the location of the training. 
Courtyard Marriott Sacramento Midtown
(916) 455-6800
Room Rate: $95.00 + Tax
Complimentary Parking

Topics and Requirements

The Basic Pediatric SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners) Training includes three (3) days or (18.75) hours of classroom training, fourteen (14) hours online training delivered through the University of California, Davis (UCD) Extension Program, and six (7.5) hours of online training by watching 3.5 hours of webinars and 4.0 hours of videos produced by CCFMTC for a total of 40.25 contact hours.  The online program through UC Davis Extension Program covers child sexual abuse epidemiology, mandated child abuse reporting requirements, service delivery models, developmental anogenital anatomy, use of the California Cal OES 2-925 Forensic Medical Report Form (for non-acute exams) and Cal OES 2-930 Forensic Medical Report Form (for acute exams). These forms, instructions and protocol can be downloaded from the CCFMTC website. Classroom training covers patient history taking, examining prepubertal children and adolescents, physical findings and their significance, documentation and conclusions, and a full day of interactive skill stations on evidence collection and evidence collection and handling.

The 4 videos in recommended viewing order are:

1. Compassionate Care: An Overview of the Sexual Assault Clinical Forensic Medical Examination for Healthcare Providers (57 minutes)

2. Examination Techniques for Medical Providers in Cases of Child and Teen Abuse (45 minutes)

3. Sexual Assault Forensic Medical Exam: Procedures and Techniques (70 minutes)

4. An Overview of the Suspect Exam (30 minutes)

The 4 webinars in recommended viewing order are:

1. Examination Findings in Child Sexual Abuse - Normal or Not? (1 hour 3 minutes)

2. Are Sexually Transmissible Infections in Children Always Sexually Transmitted? (1 hour 16 minutes)

3. Evolution of the Assessment Scale in Child Sexual Abuse Forensic Medical Examinations (1 hour)

4. Nearly Normal: Medical Conditions and Normal Variants that Mimic Child Sexual Abuse (30 minutes) 

Pre and post tests are given for the videos and webinars.  An 80% pass-rate is required; or, the video or webinar must be viewed again.  Students will only be given credit for actual hours of attendance and completion of online training.

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Certification

California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) Credit: Attendees will receive a California Clinical Forensic Medical Training Center Certificate of Attendance and 40.25 BRN contact hours.

Cancellation Policies

A full refund of training registration can be given if cancellation is received 14 days before the first day of training. If the course is cancelled by CCFMTC, students will be notified by email and telephone at the email address and phone number provided at the time of registration, and registration fees will be refunded to participants.  No refund will be given if the student fails to contact CCFMTC prior to the start of any training.

CCFMTC Contact

Contact Christina Pritchett with any questions about the training program and about hotel recommendations before booking your room by calling (916) 930-3062 or by email at christina.pritchett@ccfmtc.org.

Price: $400 (In-State Residents)

Price: $600 (Out-Of-State Residents)


When
2/27/2017 - 3/1/2017
Where
California District Attorneys Association 921 11th Street Suite 300 - Third Floor Sacramento, CA 95814 UNITED STATES
This event is full.

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