Interested in learning more about the medical evaluation of abuse? Attend the continuing medical education (CME) course “Imaging of Child Abuse: Exam Room, Reading Room and Court Room” Feb. 26-28 in Orlando, Fla.
Half-day sessions will cover the neurologic, skeletal and visceral injury patterns seen in child physical abuse, identify variants that may simulate abuse, apply new imaging techniques for the evaluation of suspected abuse, describe relevant legal definitions, and define the parameters that constitute responsible expert witness testimony in cases of alleged abuse.
As a benefit of staying at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista, visit the nearby Disney parks at a discount. Specially priced tickets offer a pre-arrival savings of 10% on full-multi-day tickets and include one complimentary admission to an additional Disney experience.
Courses and faculty include:
- “Sentinel Injuries” and “Soft Tissue Injuries,” with Joanne N. Stark Wood, M.D., FAAP;
- “Abusive Head Trauma: The Clinical Picture” and “Difficult Conversations: Patient Care Strategies With Families,” with Marcella M. Donaruma-Kwoh, M.D., FAAP;
- “Understanding Key Fractures Through Radiologic-Histopathologic Correlations,” with Paul K. Kleinman, M.D., FAAP;
- “Past, Present & Future of Radiology and Child Abuse” and “Exam Room, Reading Room, Courtroom and Beyond,” with Robert W. Block, M.D., FAAP;
- “Ethical Decisions and Actions in Abusive Head Trauma Cases,” with Sandeep K. Narang, M.D., J.D., FAAP;
- “Courtroom Testimony: Pearls & Pitfalls,” with Sandeep K. Narang, M.D., J.D., FAAP, Paul K. Kleinman, M.D., FAAP, and Leigh Bishop, J.D.;
- “Case Studies: Differential Diagnosis,” with Suzanne Haney, M.D., FAAP;
- “Nomenclature of Dating Subdurals/Consistency of Radiology Reporting” and “Illustrative Abusive Head Trauma Cases,” with Suzanne Haney, M.D., FAAP, and Avrum N. Pollock, M.D., FRCPC;
- “Latest Advances & Uses for Skeletal Survey,” with Jeannette M. Perez-Rossello, M.D.;
- “Preparing for Court — Basics of Court” and “Court for the Fact Witness,” with Joelle Moreno, J.D.;
- “Fractures & Biomechanics” and “Metabolic Bone Disease,” with Melinda Sharkey, M.D.;
- “Visceral Injuries” and “Imaging Gently in Child Abuse,” with Michael Callahan, M.D.; and
- “Abusive Spine Trauma,” with Michelle Silvera, M.D.
Register by Jan. 26 for early bird rates. Earn up to 17.25 AMA PRA Category 1 credits. A self-assessment portion of the course is approved for 10 points of Maintenance of Certification Part 2 credit by the American Board of Pediatrics. Participants must take a pre-test, attend the live activity and complete a post-test.