This training is specifically designed for medical professionals who have the responsibility for providing the medical evaluation for children who are suspected victims of child abuse.
Topics to be covered include: role of the medical provider; collaboration in the medical community; evaluation and diagnostic approach of child physical and sexual abuse; documentation and interpretation of findings; diagnostic dilemmas; testifying as the medical expert; use of technology; networking; peer review and multi-disciplinary team development. Participants are required to submit case presentation(s).
Each participant will receive a notebook of resource materials, continuing education credits, and will benefit from networking opportunities with colleagues from across the country.
This training is appropriate for physicians, nurse practitioners, SANE Nurses or other RN’s with advanced training, and physician’s assistants. This training is not intended for nurses or other health care providers whose role is to assist an examiner.
Applicant should have some experience and familiarity with SANE physical exams of children.
Each MTA is three days.
Cost / Application Fee
$149 application fee
Participant is responsible for transportation and lodging. There are a limited number of scholarships available to help with lodging and transportation. Please contact your RCAC for more information.
For questions or more information contact Nancy Engel by phone at 1 – 719-884-0378 or by clicking the contact us button at right.
See a more detailed description in our Training Catalog.