|Training Name||Medical Aspects of Sexual Abuse - VIRTUAL Training|
|Training Description||A child abuse pediatrics medical expert will cover an array of medical aspects of child sexual abuse beginning with common misunderstandings about anogenital findings and the frequency of their presence in a child sexual abuse evaluation. A general discussion of the anogenital anatomy will be provided as well as possible physical findings. The presenter will explain when a child should be seen in a hospital emergency setting for an acute exam and describe the forensic medical examination process and importance. Various sexually transmitted conditions will be covered along with their implications for diagnosis and reporting of sexual abuse among infants and prepubertal children. Finally, the presentation will provide a better understanding of how the forensic pediatrics medical expert can assist in a child sexual abuse investigation.|
|Training Start Date / Time||2021-06-21 / 1:00 PM|
|Training End Date / Time||2021-06-21 / 2:15 PM|
|CE Credits||Certificates of attendance will be provided by the Children’s Law Center, documenting the contact hours earned for the specific presentation. The SCCJA is expected to approve 1 hour and 15 minutes of credit for this training. The SC Commission on CLE is expected to approve 1.25 hours for this training.|
If you have questions about the training, please contact Kelley Kilgore by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 803-576-7235.