Free On-Line Training Course on Child Abuse and Neglect

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Free On-Line Training Course on Child Abuse and Neglect

CMA’s Institute for Medical Quality received a grant to provide free online education to physicians and other health care providers regarding  “when and how to report child abuse”.

This free interactive online course is approved for 1.25 CME credits and was produced by the Child Abuse Prevention center in Sacramento and designed for physicians who, because of their training or their practice, may not be familiar with indications of child abuse. Nurses, social workers and other healthcare professionals are encouraged to take advantage of the free training.

IMQ received a second grant from the Governor’s Office on Emergency Preparedness to provide this training at no charge. The terms of the grant required us to establish a pre-registration system to limit access to the course because of its sensitive content. In addition to 1.25 continuing medical education credits, the course also is approved for nursing continuing education units or a completion certificate for other healthcare professionals. Be sure to pre-register and take this course.

Please direct questions about the training to Leslie Anne Iacopi, e-mail –