The 28th Annual San Diego International Conference On Child and Family Maltreatment

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The 28th Annual San Diego International Conference On Child and Family Maltreatment

  1. 1. 2 DVD Recordings will be available after the Conference. Please join us for the 28th annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment presented by the Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital. The 2014 conference has been carefully developed to meet the learningandnetworkingneedsofthoseprofessionalswhether new to the field or seasoned veterans. The variety of the programallowsyoutodevelopyourownlearningexperi- ence that meets your specific needs. Come and be informedbytenpre-conferences,four plenarysessions, threenetworkingsessions,andyourchoiceof150con- current sessions in our beautiful new setting right on San Diego Bay. Sessionsarearrangedintracksofcoreandadvanced medical, mental health, forensic interviewing, investi- gations,legal,childwelfare,domesticviolence,military families,prevention,infantandearlychildhood,research and global perspectives topics. There is something for everyone. Some highlights this year are a child fatality investigations course,whichisbecominganannualtraining;medicalandlegalcourses concentrating on abusive head trauma; the latest in child brain research and the impact of toxic stress; corporal punishment; an emphasis on infant and early childhood topics; trauma informed practice; and genetics. We have also expanded our one world vision with a more robust international focus throughout our tracks. Our expert faculty will impartstrongscience-basedinterventionswithpracticalexperienceandrealworldsolutions. Over1800professionalsfromtheUSAand30countrieshavetheopportunitytolearnfrom eachother,tointeractandformpersonalandprofessionalrelationshipsandtofocusonlearn- ingandspreadingthebestpracticesavailablethroughouttheworld.Witheverynewlesson learned, we hope you come away from this conference replenished, and reenergized with a renewedpassionandcommitmenttoworkwiththesefamilies.WeinviteyoutocometoSan DiegoandspreadthewordaboutourConferencetoyourcolleaguesandsocialmediafriends! Pleasejoinusin2014torekindleyourpassionandhelpcreateaworldwherechildrenand families are healthy and free from physical and sexual violence and neglect. Program designed by www.abacusgraphics.com PLEASEVISIT OUR SITE FOR • Online Registration Link • Conference Brochure • Program byTracks and Detailed Descriptions • Hotel andTravel Information • Topic and Speaker Changes • Faculty Information • Accreditation Updates • Exhibit Hall Details Invitation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Collaborators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Accreditation, Exhibitor Info. . . . . . . . 3 Preconference Programs . . . . . . . . . 4–5 Guide to SessionTopics . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Workshop Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7–14 Hotel,Transportation, Attractions . . 15 Online Registration Information. . . 6,15 The Chadwick Center Staff Our Invitation to You sandiegoconference.orgsandiegoconference.orgContents PLEASEVISIT OUR SITE FOR • Online Registration Link • Conference Brochure • Program byTracks and Detailed Descriptions • Hotel andTravel Information • Topic and Speaker Changes • Faculty Information • Accreditation Updates • Exhibit Hall Details Invitation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Collaborators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Accreditation, Exhibitor Info. . . . . . . . 3 Preconference Programs . . . . . . . . . 4–5 Guide to SessionTopics . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Workshop Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7–14 Hotel,Transportation, Attractions . . 15 Online Registration Information. . . 6,15 Contents Charles A. Wilson, MSSW Senior Director
  2. 2. Interested in presenting at the 2015 Conference?The Call for Papers will be available January 2014 at sandiegoconference.org. 2015 CALL FOR PAPERS 3 For information on exhibiting at the San Diego International Conference, contact the Exhibits Coordinator at 858-966-4972, or email sdconference@rchsd.org. Details are available on sandiegoconference.org. Sites will be assigned on‘first-come basis’until Exhibit Hall is filled. CONFERENCE COLLABORATORS ACCREDITATION EXHIBITORS Continuing education credit will be offered to health care providers and other professionals. Please visit our conference website www.sandiegoconference.org for further information on specific credit types being offered and associated fees. Questions regarding certification or educational content should be directed to sdconference@rchsd.org. • Academy onViolence and Abuse (AVA) — www.avahealth.org • American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) — www.aap.org • American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) — www.apsac.org • California Chapter of American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (CAPSAC) — www.capsac.org • California Dept. of Social Services, Office of Child Abuse Prevention — California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for ChildWelfare (CEBC) — www.cebc4cw.org • ChadwickTrauma-Informed Systems Project (CTISP) — www.chadwickcenter.org • Institute of Medicine, Board on ChildrenYouth and Families and National Research Council — www.iom.edu • International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) – www.ispcan.org • Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy Program — www.mayoclinic.org • National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions — www.nachri.org • National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse – www.ndaa.org/ncpca • National Children’s Alliance (NCA) — www.nca.org • National Criminal JusticeTraining Center, FoxValleyTechnical College — www.fvtc.edu/cjci • Promises2Kids (P2K) — www.promises2kids.org • SEARCH,The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics — www.search.org • U.S.Department of Health and Human Services — • Administration for Children,Youth and Families — www.acf.hhs.gov • Children’s Bureau — www.acf.hhs.gov/cb • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — www.cdc.gov • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration — www.samhsa.gov Many organizations sponsored their staff to present.These are acknowledged in program.
  3. 3. 4 SUNDAY— JANUARY 26 BASIC SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATION...........................8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Presenters:MarilynKaufholdandateamofpediatricphysicians SponsoredbyChadwickCenter This is a comprehensive basic review of the sexual abuse medical evaluation. Modules include epidemiology, anogenital anatomy, best practice examining procedure, acute and nonacute anogenital findings in prepubertal children and adoles- cents and a brief introduction to STDs in the context of sexual abuse.This is intended for medical providers. However, others will be allowed to attend with the understanding that medical providers are the intended audience. Limited to 50 participants. Rate: $165 • Register online at sandiegoconference.org • Registration Deadline: January 15, 2014 EXAMINING THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR WORKING WITH MEN AND BOYS: PREVENTING CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE — AN INTERACTIVE GLOBAL INSTITUTE .................8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Presenters: JennyGray,IreneIntebi,JoanvanNiekerk SponsoredbyInternationalSocietyforthePreventionofChildAbuseandNeglect(ISPCAN) A brief outline of the challenges and the state of present evidence-base information related to programmes involving men and boys in preventing child sexual abuse.The process followed by ISPCAN is one of reiteration during which previous information and research findings related to the topic will be summarized and presented.This will be followed by discussion and debate with the intention of further expanding our existing evidence-based knowledge on sexual abuse prevention. Rates: ISPCAN member: $125 • ISPCAN Non-member: $185 • Developing Country Delegate: $65 New/Renewing Member (includes 2014 membership): $255 • Student: $65 Register directly with ISPCAN — www.ispcan.org • Phone: 303-864-5223 • Registration Deadline: January 17, 2014 TWO HALF DAY TRAINING CLASSES SponsoredbyAcademyonViolenceandAbuse(AVA) 1) DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP INTHE FIELD OFVIOLENCE AND ABUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 12:00 NOON Presenters:RobertBlock,TasneemIsmailji,SusanKelley,F.DavidSchneider,AgnesTiwari Designed for health professionals who are building a research and/or academic career with a focus on attaining a leader- ship position in the field of violence and abuse. Members of the AVA with leadership experience in professional societies and/or universities will present a series of interactive learning modules targeted to increase the learners’ability for career development and turning scholarly activity into scholarship. Each faculty will share their own unique strategies for attaining leadership positions. 2) USING ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES (ACE) STUDY DVD ANDTHE ACE’S“NEXT STEPSWHITE PAPER”FOR EDUCATING PROFESSIONALS,POLICY MAKERS ANDTHE PUBLIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM Presenters:RobertBlock,DavidCorwin,VincentFelitti,TasneemIsmailji A review of the contents, uses, presenters’experiences and perspectives on educating professionals, policy makers and the public about the ACE Study findings and implications for improving health.The ACE Study DVD was developed by the Academy onViolence and Abuse (AVA) and the“Next StepsWhite Paper,”is a product of the AVA and the National Health Collaborative onViolence and Abuse. Rates: $165 for both morning and afternoon sessions • $85 for half day only • Discount for current and new AVA Members Register directly with AVA—www.avahealth.org • Registration Deadline: January17, 2014 SUNDAY— JANUARY 26 & MONDAY—JANUARY 27 CHILD FATALITY INVESTIGATIONS ....................................8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Presenter:RichLove–moderator SponsoredbyTheNationalCriminalJusticeTrainingCenter,FoxValleyTechnicalCollege Designed to provide participants with the fundamental techniques and knowledge of the investigation and prosecution of child fatalities with comprehensive training on the detection, intervention, investigation, and prosecution. Presentations include: INVESTIGATING CHILD FATALITIES—Brian Killacky; SUSPECT INTERROGATIONTECHNIQUES—Rich Love; MEDICAL ASPECTS—Demetra Soter; LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS—Charles Gillingham Rate: $295 • Register directly with NCJTC — www.ncjtc.org/CJCI/Trainings/Pages/CFI.aspx Registration Deadline: December 6, 2013 • Limited to 70 participants Institutes and Trainings require an additional registration fee. The rate is listed with each event. Onsite Registration begins one hour before the event. PRECONFERENCE INSTITUTES & TRAININGS EVENT C Register at sandiegoconference.org: A.BASIC SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATION — CHADWICK CENTER F. CHILD ABUSE 101— CAPSAC Register directly with the sponsoring agency: B. EVIDENCE BASE FORWORKINGWITH MEN AND BOYS — ISPCAN D.TWO HALF DAYTRAINING CLASSES — AVA E. THREE ADVANCEDTRAINING INSTITUTES — APSAC G.INVESTIGATOR’S INSTITUTE — Promises2Kids Foundation EVENT B EVENT A EVENT D HOW TO REGISTER Institutes and Trainings require an additional registration fee. The rate is listed with each event. Onsite Registration begins one hour before the event. Register at sandiegoconference.org: A.BASIC SEXUAL ABUSE MEDICAL EVALUATION — CHADWICK CENTER F. CHILD ABUSE 101— CAPSAC Register directly with the sponsoring agency: B. EVIDENCE BASE FORWORKINGWITH MEN AND BOYS — ISPCAN D.TWO HALF DAYTRAINING CLASSES — AVA E. THREE ADVANCEDTRAINING INSTITUTES — APSAC G.INVESTIGATOR’S INSTITUTE — Promises2Kids Foundation HOW TO REGISTER PRECONFERENCE INSTITUTES & TRAININGS
  4. 4. 5 MONDAY—JANUARY 27 THREE ADVANCED TRAINING INSTITUTES ............................. 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM SponsoredbyTheAmericanProfessionalSocietyontheAbuseofChildren(APSAC) APSAC INSTITUTE #1 ADVANCED ISSUES IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE—DebraEsernio-Jenssen,BarbaraKnox Important current and emerging issues in child sexual abuse, including a review of the scientific literature regarding timing and types of forensic collections, advances in STI testing including current recommendations concerning utilization of NAATs, and the signif- icance of anogenital findings on medical examination.Tools to recognize child trafficking and sexualization of children in the media and how it relates to child sexual abuse will be explored. APSAC INSTITUTE #2 EXPLORINGTECHNOLOGY INTHE FORENSIC INTERVIEW AND MANAGINGYOURVICTIM THROUGHOUT INVESTIGATION & PROSECUTION INTHE AGE OFTECHNOLOGY—JulieKenniston,ChrisKolcharno Explore the different digital media that children might be exposed to in sexual exploitation and child abuse cases, manage your victim from investigation to trial and protect your victim in the age of digital technology including text messaging, internet, and social networking sites.The multi-disciplinary team can work together to manage victims as they navigate their way through the criminal justice system. Sometimes digital technology is used in an attempt to discredit victims, outlining prosecutors’best practices to prevent attacks, and the way to manage them when they occur. APSAC INSTITUTE #3 TAKETWO:COGNITIVE PROCESSING:ADVANCED CLINICAL STRATEGIES FOR CBTTRAUMATHERAPIST—MonicaFitzgerald,JessicaGorrono Specific, innovative cognitive restructuring strategies and techniques (e.g., Socratic Questioning, Responsibility Pie, Best Friend Role Play, evidence gathering and thought experiments) to help contextualize and make meaning of traumatic experiences. Specific steps and innovative strategies will be taught, modeled, and practiced with challenging clinical case examples.Therapists are encouraged to bring real case examples of problematic thinking to practice applying new strategies within small and large groups. Audiotaped and videotaped clinical examples will be used to demonstrate skills. Rates: APSAC Member $165 • APSAC Non-member $200 Register directly with APSAC at www.apsac.org Registration Deadline: January 17, 2014. After that, please register onsite. Contact: Dee Dee Bandy at dbandy@apsac.org Phone: 877-402-7722 (Toll Free) or 630-941-1235 CHILD ABUSE 101 .................................................. 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Presenters:DianaFaugno,RachelGilgoff,ShelleyHamilton,CarlLewis,JulieRobbins SponsoredbytheCaliforniaChapterofAPSAC(CAPSAC) The latest overview on identifying and intervening with physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect from a multidisciplinary perspective. Participants will gain an understanding of how various types of abuse occur, and the role and responsibilities of the various professionals, agencies and court systems as they work together on child abuse cases. An interdisciplinary team will present current information to prepare you for advanced sessions. Rate: $165 • Register online at sandiegoconference.org • Registration Deadline: January 24, 2014 INVESTIGATOR’S INSTITUTE ........................................ 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Presenters:RussellStrand,SuzannaTiapula,VictorVieth SponsoredbyPromises2Kids(P2K)andtheSanDiegoPoliceOfficersAssociation A day of various child abuse topics designed for the multidisciplinary team.The topics presented will be at the more advanced level. INVESTIGATION OF CHILD ABUSE IN COMMUNITIESWITH UNFAMILIAR CUSTOMS AND BELIEF SYSTEMS—SuzannaTiapula How to investigate child maltreatment in more geographic and culturally isolated communities with specific investigation and prosecution strategies for intervention. WHENTHE CHILD STANDS ALONE:OBTAINING CORROBORATING EVIDENCE IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CASES—VictorVieth Criminal justice professionals will receive concrete tips for finding multiple pieces of corroborating evidence in every case of child sexual abuse. SEX OFFENDERS:THE HUNTER ANDTHE HUNTED—RussellStrand Most sex offenders are serial offenders, and are often never identified, prosecuted or held accountable for their predatory crimes.We have studied sex offenders for decades only to find that we generally only catch the dumb ones. Explore exciting new research that will assist all professionals in a better understanding of who they are. DECEPTION DETECTION: TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES—RussellStrand Everyone lies and everyone is lied to - on a regular basis. Ability to detect deception isn’t as easy as some would have us believe. This presentation will explore current research, deception detection limitations and suggestions to overcome these challenges. Rate: $165 – Lunch included • Register online at www.promises2kids.org • Registration Deadline: January 17, 2014 EVENT F EVENT E EVENT G
  5. 5. Example:“A1”is scheduled“A”for Tuesday, January 28, 8:00–9:30 AM and“1”is a Medical Core workshop. 1 – MEDICAL CORE 8 – RESEARCH 2 – MEDICAL ADVANCE 9 – EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH 3 – MENTAL HEALTH / TRAUMA 10A –CHILD WELFARE (TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY) 4 – FORENSIC INTERVIEWING 10B – PREVENTION (THURSDAY/FRIDAY) 5 – LEGAL 11A –DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY) 6 – INVESTIGATIONS 11B –MILITARY FOCUS (THURSDAY/FRIDAY) 7 – NAT. CENTER FOR PROSECUTION OF CHILD ABUSE 12 – GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES DAILY CONFERENCE HOURS AT A GLANCE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE NUMBERS INDICATE SESSION TOPICS TUESDAY,JANUARY28 WEDNESDAY,JANUARY29 THURSDAY,JANUARY30 FRIDAY,JANUARY31 11:00 AM –6:00 PM Registration 7:00 AM –6:00 PM Registration 7:00 AM –6:00 PM Registration 7:00 AM –6:00 PM Registration A: 8:00–9:30 AMWorkshops E: 8:00–9:30 AMWorkshops J: 8:00–9:30 AMWorkshops O: 8:00–9:30 AMWorkshops 10:00–11:30 AM General Session 10:00–11:30 AM General Session 10:00–11:30 AM General Session 10:00–11:30 AM General Session B: 11:45 AM–12:45 PM Opening Luncheon Global Perspectives F: 11:45 AM–12:45 PM Friedrich Luncheon Global Perspectives K: 11:45 AM–12:45 PM Global Perspectives P: 11:45 AM–12:45 PM Global Perspectives C: 1:00–2:30 PMWorkshops G: 1:00–2:30 PMWorkshops L: 1:00–2:30 PMWorkshops Q: 1:00–2:30 PMWorkshops D: 3:00–4:30 PMWorkshops H: 3:00–4:30 PMWorkshops M: 3:00–4:30 PMWorkshops R: 3:00–4:30 PMWorkshops I: 4:45–5:45 PM Forums by Discipline N: 4:45–5:45 PM Discussion Groups 4:30–5:00 PM Closing Event Conference Registration Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM Tuesday – Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Conference Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Wednesday & Thursday . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 5:45 PM Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 6 CONFERENCE PROGRAMSeSSionS/SpeakerS are Subject to change by conference time REGISTER ONLINE: www.sandiegoconference.org BEFORE 12-1-13 AFTER 12-1-13 1 INDIVIDUAL RATE $495 $550 2 GROUP RATE - Group Affiliation: 5 or more from the same program qualifies. Rate is per person. Provide a registration form for each attendee and a group list to the Registration Coordinator. $425 $500 3 INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEE (resident of a foreign country with passport) RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTERS, ADDITIONALWORKSHOP SPEAKERS, PRECONFERENCE SPEAKERS (who are not Conference faculty), U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL STUDENT/INTERN/RESIDENT (with letter from program or current valid student ID) $375 $375 4 DAILY RATE – Circle day attending TUE WED THUR FRI $165 $165 5 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS – Price for both the San Diego Conference & PreconferenceTrainings $60 6 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS – Preconference only $20 7 PRECONFERENCE EVENT A: One-Day Mini-Sexual Abuse Review (Sunday, January 26) $165 8 PRECONFERENCE EVENT F: Child Abuse 101 (Monday, January 27) $165 9 WELCOME LUNCHEON (Tuesday, January 28) $40 10 WILLIAM FRIEDRICH MEMORIAL LECTURE & LUNCHEON (Wednesday, January 29) $40 11 PURCHASE ORDER PROCESSING FEE A $10 processing fee is required ONLY if your organization submits a Purchase Order. $10 DAILY CONFERENCE HOURS AT A GLANCE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE NUMBERS INDICATE SESSION TOPICS CONFERENCE PROGRAM
  6. 6. concurrent SeSSionS a 8:00–9:30 am A1 INTERPRETING HEAD INJURIES IN CHILDREN—Kent Hymel A2 USING BAYESTHEOREM FORTHE INTERPRETATION OF MEDICAL FINDINGS INTHE EVALUATION OF CHILD ABUSE —Wouter Karst, Huub Nijs, sponsored by Netherlands Forensic Institute A3 NEWSYOU CAN USE: PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS OFTHE BEST RESEARCH OF 2013—Lucy Berliner, Benjamin Saunders A4 GOING BEYOND SEXUAL ABUSE IN FORENSIC SETTINGS: ASKING CHILDREN ABOUT MALTREATMENT AND OTHER ENDANGERMENT EXPERIENCES —Kathleen Faller A5 ABUSIVE BONE DISEASE AND MIMICS: A PRIMER FOR ATTORNEYS —Kenneth Feldman A6 BECOME A GOOGLE JEDI: SAVEYOURSELF FROM INFORMATION OVERLOAD —Elizabeth Tow, Lauren Wagner, sponsored by SEARCH A7 CULTURAL DEFENSES AND CHILD ABUSE—Suzanna Tiapula, sponsored by NCPCA A8 BREAKINGTHE CYCLE: AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OFTHE RELATIONSHIP BE- TWEEN MALTREATMENT,TEEN BIRTHS, AND INTERGENERATIONAL ABUSE AND NEGLECT USING LINKED DATA—Julie Cederbaum, Bryn King, Emily Putnam-Hornstein, sponsored by Hamovitch Research Center A9 WHY DOWE USE MEDICATIONS FORYOUNG CHILDREN INTHE CHILDWELFARE POPULATION? REFLECTIONS FROM PSYCHIATRY AND PEDIATRICS—Laurel Leslie, Jeffrey Rowe A10 COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: A REVIEW OF PROGRAMS AND NEXT STEPS —Linda Williams, sponsored by CEBC A11 SEXUALVIOLENCE IN INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS—Raquel Bergen tueSday general SeSSion 10:00 –11:30 am SPECIAL MUSIC—U.S. Navy Band Southwest WELCOME—Charles Wilson, Senior Director, Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Sam and Rose Stein Endowed Chair in Child Protection, Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego GREETINGS—Kathleen Sellick, President, CEO, Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego INTRODUCTION—Bryan Samuels, Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Washington, DC PLENARY—PEERING INTO THE BLACK BOX: UNDERSTANDING THE LINK BETWEEN SIGNIFICANT ADVERSITY OF VIOLENCE IN CHILDHOOD AND POOR ADULT OUTCOMES—Andrew Garner, MD, Clinical Assoc. Professor of Pediatrics, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Welcome luncheon 11:45 am–12:45 pm (pre-regiStration) BIAS-BASED INTERNET HARASSMENT: ASSOCIATIONSWITH MENTAL HEALTH AND PROBLEM BEHAVIOR —Brendesha Tynes, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education, Los Angeles, California global perSpective lectureS 11:45 am–12:45 pm (bring your lunch) B12-a DEALINGWITH PERPETRATORS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE:THE FIRST REPORT ON SEXUALVIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN OFTHE DUTCH NATIONAL RAPPORTEUR—Suzanne Heerdink, Laura Menenti, sponsored by the Bureau of the National Rapporteur on Sexual Violence Against Children in the Netherlands B12-b ADOLESCENTSWHO HAVE ENGAGED IN ABUSIVE SEXUAL BEHAVIORS: EVIDENCE BASED CASE PLANNING FOR CHILD PROTECTION PROFESSIONALS—Daniel Rothman, sponsored by University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada B12-c PREVALENCE OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES ANDTHE ASSOCIATIONWITH HEALTH RISK BEHAVIOR AND COMORBIDITIES AMONG ADULTS LIVING IN SAUDI ARABIA—Fadia Al-Buhairan, Maha Almuneef, sponsored by National Guard Hospital, King Abdullaah International Research Center, Saudi Arabia B12-d THE MANCHESTER OUTLOOK: AN OVERVIEW OFTHE SUPPORT AND COUNSELING SERVICES AVAILABLETO CHILDREN PRE AND POSTTRIAL—Maria Roberts, Lisa Waters, sponsored by The St. Mary’s Centre, Manchester, UK B12-e CHILD ABUSE:THEVALUE OF SYSTEMATIC DIAGNOSTICTESTING OF ALL CHILDREN PRESENTINGWITH INJURIES AT EMERGENCY ROOMS—Judith Sittig, sponsored by Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital, Netherlands Special SeSSion 1:00–2:30 pm PROMOTING SOCIAL AND EMOTIONALWELL-BEINGTO ADDRESSTRAUMA,TOXIC STRESS AND ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES—Andrew Garner, Bryan Samuels 7 Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgjanuary 28 TUESDAY
  7. 7. 5:00–7:00 pm For All Attendees and Faculty Music by Ricky Rios, Classical Guitarist Welcome Reception 8 Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org january 28 TUESDAY concurrent SeSSionS c 1:00–2:30 pm C1 STARTING ATELEHEALTH NETWORK:WHATYOU NEEDTO KNOW—Lori Frasier C2 OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERVENTION: CHILDRENWHO HAVE EXPERIENCED MULTIPLETYPES OFVIOLENCE —Denise Dowd, sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics, with funding from the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime C3 TRAUMA AFFECT REGULATION GUIDE FOR EDUCATION AND THERAPY (TARGET) FOR ADULT CAREGIVERSWITH COMPLEXTRAUMA —Judith Ford, Julian Ford C4 INTERVIEWING CHILDRENWHEN SEXUALIZED BEHAVIOR AND/OR UNCLEAR STATEMENTS PRECIPITATE A FORENSIC INTERVIEW REQUEST —Linda Steele, Miriam Wolf C5 APPLYING BEST PRACTICE INTERVIEWING PRINCIPLES FOR PROSECUTORSWHEN PRESENTING CHILDREN’STESTIMONY —Patti Toth C6 INVESTIGATIVE USB APPS—Elizabeth Tow, Lauren Wagner, sponsored by SEARCH C7 PROSECUTING NEGLECT:THE IMPORTANCE OF MEDICALTESTIMONY —Barbara Knox, Suzanna Tiapula, sponsored by NCPCA C8 GOALS, DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION, AND EVALUATION OF CHILDWELFARE REFORM USING LINKED EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES—Leslie Abbey, Patricia Chamberlin, John Landsverk–moderator, Dawn Saffayeh, Lisa Saldana, Fred Wulczyn, sponsored by Child and Adolescent Services Research Center, Administration for Children’s Services New York City, Oregon Social Learning Center, Chapin Hall, University of Chicago C9 SLEEPER EFFECTS OF PRENATAL SUBSTANCE EXPOSURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR INFANT MENTAL HEALTH —Ira Chasnoff, Kiti Randall C10 TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE: A STATEWIDE INITIATIVE FOR CHILDREN —Kathy Helpenstill, Benjamin Sigel, sponsored by SAMHSA Grant C11 VIOLENCE AGAINSTWOMEN DURING PREGNANCY—Raquel Bergen Special SeSSion 3:00–4:30 pm EARLY BRAIN DEVELOPMENT,TOXIC STRESS, AND MATERNAL DEPRESSION—Andrew Garner concurrent SeSSionS d 3:00–4:30 pm D1 ADVANCES INTHE MEDICAL ASSESSMENT OF SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILDREN:WHERE AREWE IN 2014?—Lori Frasier D2 LAWSUITSVS CHILD ABUSE PHYSICIANS—Kenneth Feldman, Colin Murray D3 TRAUMA AFFECT REGULATION GUIDE FOR EDUCATION AND THERAPY FOR ADOLESCENTS (TARGET A)WITH COMPLEX TRAUMA—Judith Ford, Julian Ford D4 EXTENDED ASSESSMENTS/FORENSIC EVALUATIONSWHENTHERE ARE CONCERNS ABOUT CHILD ABUSE: CURRENT STATE OFTHE ART AND SCIENCE—Kathleen Faller, Linda Steele D5 EVIDENCE-BASED PROSECUTION OF DOMESTICVIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT AND STALKING CASES—Gael Strack D6 FIREFOX ADD-ONS: FREE RESOURCESTO ENHANCEYOUR INVESTIGATIONS—Elizabeth Tow, Lauren Wagner, sponsored by SEARCH D7 DYNAMICS OF SEXUAL ASSAULTWITHIN MILITARY ENVIRONMENTS—Roger Canaff, sponsored by NCPCA D8 IMPLEMENTATION AND FIDELITY OF LINKED EBPS IN NYC: DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES ON A LARGE SCALE SYSTEM REFORM —Patricia Chamberlain, David Collins, John Landsverk–moderator, Alexandria Munoz, Sylvia Rowlands, Lisa Saldana, sponsored by Oregon Social Learning Center, Administration for Children’s Services–New York City, Coalition for Hispanic Family Services, The New York Foundling, Child and Adolescent Services Research Center D9 INFANTSWITH PRENATAL SUBSTANCE EXPOSURE: NOW AGE 15YEARS AND OLDER—Ira Chasnoff D10 UNDERSTANDING HOW SOCIAL AND EMOTIONALWELLBEING IS BEING INTEGRATED INTOTHE REALWORLD OF CHILD WELFARE—Bryan Samuels D11 SCREENINGANDINTERVENTIONFORIPVINTHEPEDIATRICSETTING—Megan Bair-Merritt, Betsy McCallister Groves
  8. 8. 9 concurrent SeSSionS e 8:00–9:30 am E1 I CANTELLYOU BECAUSEYOU ARE A DOCTOR: DEFINING AND REFINING CLINICAL SKILLSTO OBTAIN A MEDICAL HISTORY—Martin Finkel E2 Abusive Head Trauma Day: DEVELOPMENT OF A CLINICAL PREDICTION RULE FOR PEDIATRIC ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA —Kent Hymel E3 TRAGEDY IN NEWTOWN: RESPONDING INTHE AFTERMATH OF A SCHOOL SHOOTING—Carrie Epstein, Steven Marans E4 FORENSIC INTERVIEWING: UPDATE ON PRACTICE AND RESEARCH—Thomas Lyon E5 FORFEITURE-BY-WRONGDOING IN CHILD ABUSE, DOMESTICVIOLENCE, AND ELDER ABUSE CASES—John Myers E6 THE IMPACT OFTHE 4TH AMENDMENT ON CHILD ABUSE INVESTIGATIONS—Thomas Fallon, David Perlman E7 CORPORAL PUNISHMENT:THE IMPORTANCE OF MEDICALTESTIMONY, ESPECIALLY IN CASES JUSTIFIED BY RELIGIOUS BELIEF—Barbara Knox, Shelly Rusch, sponsored by NCPCA E8 KEEPING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE CUTTING EDGE:THE SAFECARE MODEL AS A FRAMEWORK FOR MAKING EFFECTIVE ADAPTIONS—Anna Edwards-Gaura, Jenelle Shanley, sponsored by National SafeCare Training and Research Center E9 INFANTNEGLECT: CAUSES,CONSEQUENCESANDINTERVENTION—Jan McInnis, Evelyn Wotherspoon E10 LEVERAGING EXISTING CPS DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMSTO IDENTIFY CHILDRENWITHTRAUMA OR OTHER MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS—Raelene Freitag, sponsored by ACF Grant E11 EARLY ADVERSITY/IPV EXPOSURE AND CHILD HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT—Meghan Bair-Merritt, Sara Johnson general SeSSion 10:00–11:30 am SPECIAL MUSIC PERFORMANCE—The J Company Youth Theatre WELCOME PLENARY—INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL REPORT WHATWILL ITTAKETO MOVE OUR KNOWLEDGE OF ETIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS ANDTREATMENT OF CHILD MALTREATMENTTOTHE NEXT LEVEL?—Desmond Runyan, MD, Director, C. H. Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, sponsored by Institute of Medicine-National Research Council Board on Children, Youth, and Families William n. friedrich 11:45 am–12:45 pm memorial lecture & luncheon (pre-regiStration) Sponsored by Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy Program, Rochester, MN INTRODUCTION—Daniel Broughton, Director, Mayo Clinic Child and Family Advocacy Program HOW CANWE POSSIBLY HELP ALLTHESETRAUMATIZED KIDS?WWBD? (WHATWOULD BILL DO?)—Benjamin Saunders, PhD, Professor Associate Director, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC global perSpective lectureS 11:45 am–12:45 pm (bring your lunch) F12-a APPROACHESTOTHE EVALUATION OF MAJOR REFORMS OF A STATE CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEM, PART 1—Jenny Marshall, Graham Vimpani, sponsored by NSW Kids and Families in the Ministry of Health, Sydney, Australia F12-b YOUTH PROSTITUTION IN EUROPE: LOVER BOYS ANDTHEIRVICTIMS—Francien Lamers-Winkleman, Anke van Dijke, Fier Fryslân, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands F12-c HOWTHE SYSTEM FAILEDTO PROTECT A CHILD FROM HIS PARENTS’SUBSTANCE ABUSE—Maria Montgomery, William Naughton, sponsored by British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth F12-d ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SEXUAL ABUSE OF STUDENTS BETWEEN 12–18YEARS AND AREAS OF RESIDENCE, GENDER AND WHOTHEY LIVEWITH—Majed Al-Eissa, Sereen Omran Almadani, sponsored by National Guard Hospital, King Abdullaah International Research Center F12-e SUICIDE AND SELF HARM AMONG BCYOUTH: AN EVIDENCE-BASED REVIEW OF 89 CASES—John Greschner, Nathan Patten, sponsored by B.C. Representative for Children and Youth, Canada Special SeSSion 1:00–2:30 pm eXtending the morning plenary THE NEW SCIENCE OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT: IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND SERVICES — Lucy Berliner, Alejandra Martin, sponsored by Institute of Medicine-National Research Council Board on Children, Youth, and Families Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgjanuary 29 WEDNESDAY
  9. 9. concurrent SeSSionS g 1:00–2:30 pm G1 DOCUMENTATION AND MEDICAL REPORT FORMULATION IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CASES—Martin Finkel G2 Abusive Head Trauma Day: THE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA—Cynthia Christian G3 IMPLEMENTATION AND SUSTAINMENT OF EVIDENCE-BASEDTREATMENT: WHAT HAPPENS FIVEYEARS AFTER ATF-CBT LEARNING COLLABORATIVE?—Robert Franks, Jason Lang G4/G6 FORENSIC EXPERIENTIALTRAUMA INTERVIEWS (FETI): A CONVERSATIONWITHTHE BRAINSTEM, PART 1 —Russell Strand, sponsored by the US Army G5 ANNUAL REVIEW OF IMPORTANT CASES AND RESEARCH—Thomas Lyon, John Myers G7 DIVINE PUNISHMENT:WHEN CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IS COUCHED INTHE LANGUAGE OF FAITH —Victor Vieth, sponsored by NCPCA G8 A SYMPOSIUM ON PEERVICTIMIZATION (BULLYING AND MORE) AS CHILD MALTREATMENT —David Finkelhor, Sherry Hamby, Heather Turner a. PEERVICTIMIZATION AS CHILD MALTREATMENT—David Finkelhor b. PEERVICTIMIZATIONTYPES, CHARACTERISTICS, AND OUTCOMES IN A NATIONALLY REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF SCHOOL-AGEDYOUTH—Heather Turner c. TEEN DATINGVIOLENCE: RATES, GENDER PATTERNS, AND ASSOCIATIONSWITH MALTREATMENT AND OTHER VIOLENCE—Sherry Hamby G9 UNDERSTANDING AND ASSESSINGTHE IMPACT OFTRAUMA ONTHE RELATIONSHIP—Mayra Mendez G10 BEST RESEARCH EVIDENCE + BEST CLINICAL EXPERIENCE + CONSISTENCYWITH CLIENT/FAMILYVALUES: THE CEBC GUIDETO SELECTING AND IMPLEMENTING PROGRAMS FORYOUR COMMUNITY —JenniferRolls-Reutz,CambriaWalsh,sponsoredbyCEBC G11 FLEEING FOR SAFETY ANDTHEN BEING ACCUSED OF INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION: THE HAGUE CONVENTION AND DOMESTICVIOLENCE—Jeffrey Edleson, Sudha Shetty, sponsored by CEBC Special SeSSion 3:00–4:30 pm eXtending the morning plenary THE NEW SCIENCE OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH —Carol Hafford, Desmond Runyan, sponsored by Institute of Medicine-National Research Council Board on Children, Youth, and Families concurrent SeSSionS h 3:00–4:30 pm H1 MEDICAL NEGLECT IN CHILDHOOD—Barbara Knox H2 Abusive Head Trauma Day: REAL AND UNREAL CONTROVERSIES IN ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA—Cynthia Christian H3 THE CHILD AND FAMILYTRAUMATIC STRESS INTERVENTION (CFTSI): AN EFFECTIVE MODEL OF EARLY INTERVENTION FOR YOUTH AT RISK FOR PTSD—Steven Berkowitz, Carrie Epstein H4/H6 FORENSIC EXPERIENTIALTRAUMA INTERVIEWS (FETI): A CONVERSATIONWITHTHE BRAINSTEM, PART 2 —Russell Strand, sponsored by the US ARMY H5 MEDICAL CHILD ABUSE: EVALUATION, INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION—Jennifer Davis, Nicole Rooney, Michael Weber H7 HITTING CHILDREN: RESEARCH, PROFESSIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES AND PRACTICALTIPS FOR ADDRESSINGTHEISSUEOFCORPORALPUNISHMENT—MichelleKnox,sponsoredbytheCenterforEffectiveDiscipline H8 a. CHILD MALTREATMENT EPIDEMIOLOGY: NEW DEVELOPMENTS—David Finkelhor b. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY —David Finkelhor, sponsored by the Crimes Against Children Research Center H9 CURRENT DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS: METHODS FOR ASSESSMENT OF TRAUMA, DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGES INYOUNG CHILDREN—Mayra Mendez H10 IMPROVING ACCESSTO EVIDENCE-BASEDTRAUMA-FOCUSED TREATMENT FOR CHILDREN INTHE CHILDWELFARE SYSTEM —Christian Connell, Jason Lang H11 PARENTING BY MENWHO BATTER—Jeffrey Edleson, sponsored by CEBC 10 Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org january 29 WEDNESDAY
  10. 10. 11 forumS by diScipline — i 4:45–5:45 pm Moderators/facilitators provide opportunity for people to meet and greet, to mix and talk with colleagues in the same profession, and to discuss emerging issues. i1 PHYSICIANS—Premi Suresh i2 NURSES—Patty Secor i3 THERAPISTS—Iby Kantor i4 INTERVIEWERS—Laurie Fortin i5 ATTORNEYS/JUDGES—Nicole Rooney i6 INVESTIGATORS—Richard Bennett, Rick O’Hanlon i7 CHILDWELFARE/ ADVOCATES—Charles Wilson i8 INTERNATIONAL GUESTS—Sherrie Bowen, Jenny Gray concurrent SeSSionS j 8:00–9:30 am J1 BURNS, BRUISES AND BUGS: EXTERNAL FINDINGS IN CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT—Christopher Greeley J2 USINGTHE ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDTO AUGMENT MANAGEMENT OF CHILD MALTREATMENT AND EXPOSURETO INTIMATE PARTNERVIOLENCE—Cynthia Kuelbs, Kimberly Randell J3 ASSESSING ANDTREATING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES INVOLVED INTHE CHILDWELFARE SYSTEM:THETI-MHAP INTERVENTION—Lisa Conradi, Brent Crandal, Al Killen-Harvey J4 TWO PROTOCOLS IN ACTION: A PRACTICE-BASED LOOK ATTHE NICHD AND CORNERHOUSE PROTOCOLS, PART 1 —Miriam Maples, Heather Stewart J5 Abusive Head Trauma Legal Concentration: INVESTIGATION AND CASE ASSESSMENT OF ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA CASES—Karin Bjork, sponsored by NCPCA, Thomas Fallon J6 HE’S STILL IN MY HEAD: SECONDARYTRAUMATIC STRESS ANDTHE CHILD MALTREATMENT INVESTIGATIVE PROFESSIONAL—Donna Pence J7 OFFENDER DYNAMICS IN CASES OF SEVERE PHYSICAL ABUSE AND NEGLECT—Anna Salter, sponsored by NCPCA J8 CHILDHOOD MALTREATMENT, PROTECTIVE FACTORS AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH—Kimberly Henry, Todd Herrenkohl, Rosalyn Lee, Rebecca Leeb, Melissa Merrick–moderator, Tom Schofield, sponsored by CDC J9 BUILDING A CONTINUUM OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR AT RISK CHILDREN 0-5 INCLUDING STRATEGIES FOR ALL LEVELS OF NEED—Kimberly Flowers, Pradeep Gidwani, Megan Guajardo J10 EVERYONE HAS A STORYTOTELL: HELPTOTELLYOUR STORYTO INSPIRE CHANGE—Cordelia Anderson J11 TRAUMA-FOCUSED COGNITIVE BEHAVIORALTHERAPY FOR MILITARY FAMILIES—Judith Cohen, Anthony Mannarino general SeSSion 10:00–11:30 am WELCOME—Cynthia Kuelbs,Medical Dir.,Chadwick Center for Children and Families,Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego THE 2014 DAVID L. CHADWICK ENDOWED LECTURE “THEYWILL NOT SUFFER FROM OUR NEGLECT”— CHILD MALTREATMENT ANDTHE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH —Robert Block, MD, past president AAP, Chair, Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma MUSIC: Kate Morgan Chadwick, Soloist—Invited global perSpective lectureS 11:45 am–12:45 pm (bring your lunch) K12-a WHAT ARE LITTLE BOYS MADE OF?THE MEDICAL AND FORENSIC EVALUATION OFTHE UNDER 8’S COMPARINGTHE FINDINGS OF BOYS AND GIRLS—Catherine White, sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital, Manchester, England K12-b APPROACHESTOTHE EVALUATION OF MAJOR REFORMS OF A STATE CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEM, PART 2—Jenny Marshall, Graham Vimpani, sponsored by NSW Kids and Families in the Ministry of Health in Sydney, Australia K12-c HUMANTRAFFICKING INTHEWESTERN PACIFIC—Judah Johnny, Pohnpei, The Federated States of Micronesia K12-d THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE MEASURE: DENYING DOMESTICVIOLENCE OR CHILD ABUSE PERPETRATORS ACCESSTOTHEIR HOUSE—Els Dafallah-van der Weele, Lienja van Eijkern, sponsored by Stichting Huis en Toevluchtsoord, Groningen, Netherlands Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgjanuary 29 WEDNESDAY Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org THURSDAY january 30
  11. 11. 12 concurrent SeSSionS l 1:00–2:30 pm L1 COMMON SENSE STRATEGIESTO BETTER IDENTIFY CHILD MALTREATMENT AND CREATIVELY INVOLVE SUBSPECIALISTS… OR IS“COMMON SENSE”REALLY NOT SO COMMON?—Karen Imagawa, Joseph Spitzer, Kristina Westphaln L2 HOW A STATE-WIDE APPROACH CAN IMPROVETHE HEALTH NEEDS OF CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE—Elisabeth Murphy, Anne Piper, Anna Stachurska, Dimitra Tzioumi L3 MULTISYSTEMICTHERAPY-BUILDING STRONGER FAMILIES (MST-BSF): ATREATMENT MODEL FOR CO-OCCURRING NEGLECT AND PARENTAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE—Cynthia Schaeffer, Cynthia Swenson, sponsored by CEBC L4 TWO PROTOCOLS IN ACTION: A PRACTICE-BASED LOOK ATTHE NICHD AND CORNERHOUSE PROTOCOLS, PART 2 —Miriam Maples, Heather Stewart L5 Abusive Head Trauma Concentration: DEALINGWITH DEFENSE EXPERTS AND MEETING UNTRUE DEFENSES IN ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA CASES, PART 1—Brian Holmgren L6 SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CHILD ABUSE/NEGLECT DEATHS: INVESTIGATIVE STRATEGIES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES, PART 1 —Constance Shingledecker L7 SUPPORTINGVICTIMS OF INCEST ANDTHEIR FAMILIES —Anna Salter sponsored by NCPCA L8 HEAD, HEART, HANDS PROGRAMME: INTRODUCING SOCIAL PEDAGOGY INTO UK FOSTER CARE—Lisa Holmes L9 REFLECTIVE PARENTING: PROMOTINGTHE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN IMPACTED BYTRAUMA—Christopher Walsh L10 COUNTERING DEMAND FOR CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, EXPLOITATION,TRAFFICKING—Cordelia Anderson L11 TREATINGTRAUMATIC GRIEF IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS—Judith Cohen, Anthony Mannarino concurrent SeSSionS m 3:00–4:30 pm M1 INTIMATEPARTNERVIOLENCESCREENING:GETTINGITRIGHTINTHEPEDIATRICHEALTHCARESETTING—KimberlyRandell M2 O.S.C.A.R.S. (Out-Standing Child Abuse Research Selections)—Christopher Greeley M3 TREATMENTS FORTRAUMA-EXPOSED ADULTS—Joanne Davis, sponsored by CEBC M4 CHILDREN’S EYEWITNESS MEMORY AND SUGGESTIBILITY: NEWTRENDS AND CONTROVERSIES—Jodi Quas M5 Abusive Head Trauma Concentration: DEALINGWITH DEFENSE EXPERTS AND MEETING UNTRUE DEFENSES IN ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA CASES, PART 2 —Brian Holmgren M6 SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CHILD ABUSE/NEGLECT DEATHS: INVESTIGATIVE STRATEGIES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES, PART 2—Constance Shingledecker M7 CHILDRENWHO KILL—Anna Salter, sponsored by NCPCA M8 COSTING CHILDWELFARE SERVICES:THE COST CALCULATOR APPROACH—Lisa Holmes, Jennifer Rolls Reutz M9 HEALTH EQUITY ANDWELL-BEING FROMTHE START: AN APPROACHTO HEALTH ACROSSTHE LIFE COURSE —Larry Adelman, Melissa Merrick, Marilyn Metzler, sponsored by CDC M10 THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF A UNIVERSAL PARENTING PROGRAMTO PREVENT CHILD MALTREATMENT—Tessa Burton, Beverly Fortson, Colby Moseley, sponsored by CDC M11 RISK AND RESILIENCE IN MILITARY FAMILIES—Stephen Cozza diScuSSion groupS — n 4:45–5:45 pm Facilitated discussions grouped aroundTOPICS N1 “RAISING AMERICA”—FILM DOCUMENTARY—Larry Adelman N2 THE SANCTUARY MODEL: ATRAUMA-INFORMED ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACH FOR CAREGIVING ORGANIZATIONS—Sandra Bloom N3 EMERGING ISSUES ON LITIGATING ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA —Thomas Fallon, Brian Holmgren, Eleanor Odom, Rob Parrish, sponsored by NCPCA N4 THE LANGUAGE AND POLITICS OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT —Anna Salter, Suzanna Tiapula, Victor Vieth, sponsored by NCPCA N5 THE MEDIA AND COVERAGE OF CHILD ABUSE —Carlos Delgado, Ben Metcalf, panel of experts Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org january 30 THURSDAY
  12. 12. 13 concurrent SeSSionS o 8:00–9:30 am O1 ABUSIVE ABDOMINAL INJURIES: FINDINGTHEM, UNDERSTANDINGWHATTHEY MEAN—Daniel Lindberg O2 Genetics Day: GENETICS AND EPIGENETICS: A FOUNDATION FOR CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PROFESSIONALS—Lynne Bird O3 National Childrens Alliance Session: SYMPTOMOLOGY AND DIAGNOSES OF DOMESTIC MINOR SEXTRAFFICKINGVICTIMS—Trudy Novicki, Jon Shaw, sponsored by Kristi House O4 POTENTIAL SOURCES OF ERROR IN CHILDREN’S MEMORY REPORTS—Sonja Brubacker O5 Abusive Head Trauma Legal Concentration: PREPARING AND PRESENTING EXPERTTESTIMONY IN ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA—Thomas Fallon O6 THE POISON OF A MOTHER’S LOVE:THE HOPEYBARRA INVESTIGATION, PART 1 (Medical Child Abuse)—Michael Weber O7 DIGITAL EVIDENCE IN DOMESTIC MINOR SEXTRAFFICKING CASES— Justin Fitzsimmons, sponsored by SEARCH O8 OVERVIEW AND FINDINGS FROMTHE CROSS SITE EVALUATION OFTHE NATIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT CENTER ON DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE IN CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES—John Fluke, sponsored by Kempe Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine O9 NEURODEVELOPMENTALVERSUSTRADITIONAL CLINICAL APPROACHESTO ASSESSMENT ANDTREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, PART 1—Tasha Howe O10 National Children’s Alliance Session: PRIORITIZING CHILD PROTECTION: ONE CITY’S RESPONSETO CHILD ABUSETHROUGH DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING CHILD PROTECTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES—Elizabeth Hinson, Elizabeth Ralston, sponsored by The Dee Norton Low Country Children’s Center O11 PTSD ANDTBI IN MILITARY FAMILIES: MEETINGTHE CHALLENGES OF PARENTING—Stephen Cozza general SeSSion 10:00–11:30 am WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS—Jeffrey Rowe, MD, Clinical Director of Child Psychiatry, University of California San Diego and Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego PLENARY—CREATING, DESTROYING, AND RESTORING SANCTUARY: AN ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACHTOTHE CRISIS IN HUMAN SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS—Sandra L. Bloom, MD, Psychiatrist, Associate Professor, Distinguished Fellow, Andrus Children’s Center/Sanctuary Institute, Yonkers, NY SPECIAL MUSIC—Savannah Philyaw, Soloist, San Diego, CA global perSpective lectureS 11:45 am–12:45 pm (bring your lunch) P12-a MONITORINGTHE NETHERLANDS APPROACH OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT: FROM MONITORTOWARDS INTERACTIVE DASHBOARD; SUPPORTING MUNICIPALITIES INTACKLING CAN —Erik Jan de Wilde, sponsored by The Netherlands Youth Institute, Peter van der Linden, Utrecht, Netherlands P12-b FAMILY JUSTICE CENTERS IN EUROPE: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH OF DOMESTICVIOLENCE AND CHILD ABUSE —Bert Groen, sponsored by Movsie, Utrecht, Netherlands P12-c VIEWING CHILD MALTREATMENT AND INTIMATE PARTNERVIOLENCE INTHE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMTHROUGHTHE LENS OF PACIFIC ISLAND CULTURE—Judah Johnny, Pohnpei, The Federated States of Micronesia P12-d DOMESTICVIOLENCE AND CHILDREN—Alphonsine Toote Capo-Chichi, Ibitocho Ahmed Pyrrhus Denakpo, others TBA, sponsored by NGO “Jeunesse en Action pour le Développement” (Youth in Action for Development), Porto-Novo Houinmè Area Adjagba House, Ouémé, Benin concurrent SeSSionS Q 1:00–2:30 pm Q1 TO ERR IS HUMAN: HOW DOCTORS GOWRONG IN OURTHOUGHT PROCESS—Antoinette Laskey, sponsored by AAP Q2 Genetics Day: CHILD ABUSE MEDIATED EPIGENETIC MODIFICATIONS ANDTHEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR DISEASE—Divya Mehta Q3 SECONDARYTRAUMATIC STRESS IN CHILD AND FAMILY MALTREATMENT—Brian Bride Q4 INTERVIEWING CHILDREN ABOUT MULTIPLE SIMILAR EVENTS—Sonja Brubacker Q5 Abusive Head Trauma Legal Concentration: POST-CONVICTION CHALLENGES—Robert Parrish Q6 THE POISON OF A MOTHER’S LOVE: THE HOPEYBARRA INVESTIGATION, PART 2 (Medical Child Abuse) —Michael Weber ConcurrentSessionsQcontinuedonpage14 Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.orgjanuary 31 FRIDAY
  13. 13. 14 Q7 DIGITAL EVIDENCE AND CHILD ABUSE CASES: AUTHENTICATION, HEARSAY AND BEST EVIDENCE RULES —Justin Fitzsimmons, sponsored by SEARCH Q8 AVAILABILITY, RESPONSIVENESS AND CONTINUITY (ARC): CREATING ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXTSTO MAXIMIZE STAFF, CLIENT, AND BEST PRACTICE SUCCESS—Charles Glisson, Anthony Hemmelgarn, sponsored by Children’s Mental Health Services Research Center Q9 NEURODEVELOPMENTALVERSUSTRADITIONAL CLINICAL APPROACHES TO ASSESSMENT ANDTREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, PART 2—Tasha Howe Q10 MEETINGTHE NEEDS OF HIGH RISK FAMILIES: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO BRAIDING OFTWO EVIDENCE-BASED PARENTING PROGRAMSTO BEST MEETTHE NEEDS OF HIGH-RISK PARENTS AND HIGHLIGHT INTERIM RESULTS OF A CURRENT RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL —Katelyn Guastaferro, John Lutzker, sponsored by The Annie E. Casey Foundation Q11 AGGRESSIONINCOMBATVETERANS: CLINICALASSESSMENTANDMANAGEMENT—EricElbogen concurrent SeSSionS r 3:00–4:30 pm R1 PREPARING FOR COURT AND MEDICALTESTIMONY—Michelle Ialeggio, Daniel Lindberg R2 Genetics Day: HOW CHILDHOOD ABUSE LEAVES ITS MARKS ONTHE GENOME: IMPLICATIONS FOR DISEASE—Divya Mehta R3 SECONDARYTRAUMATIC STRESS SCALE—Brian Bride R4 National Children’s Alliance Session: HELP! I’M DROWNING IN HORMONES: STRATEGIES FOR FORENSIC INTERVIEWSWITH ADOLESCENTS —Anne Lukas Miller, sponsored by CornerHouse R5 Abusive Head Trauma Legal Concentration: ABUSIVE HEADTRAUMA: MEDIA & COMMUNITY RESPONSES—Kevin Doyle, Eleanor Odom R6 National Children’s Alliance Session: CREATING ATRAUMA INFORMED MULTIDISCIPLINARYTEAM—Karen Hangartner, sponsored by Southern Regional Children’s Advocacy Center R7 THE ETHICS OF SOCIAL MEDIA: CAN I POSTTHAT?—Justin Fitzsimmons, sponsored by SEARCH R8 National Children’s Alliance Session: DRUGS, DV, AND DIRTY HOUSES: OUTCOMES OFVOLUNTARY CPS CASES —Kristina Haynie, Gene Klein, sponsored by Project Harmony R9 DEVELOPMENTALTHERAPIES (SPEECH, OCCUPATIONALTHERAPY, PHYSICALTHERAPY) AS AN INTEGRAL PART OFTRAUMA TREATMENT FORYOUNG CHILDREN—Joy Brewster R10 ESSENTIALS FOR CHILDHOOD: STEPSTO CREATE SAFE, STABLE, NURTURING RELATIONSHIPS AND ENVIRONMENTS FOR CHILDREN—Sandra Alexander, others TBA, sponsored by CDC R11 PREVENTION STRATEGIES FOR DOMESTICVIOLENCE IN MILITARY FAMILIES—Eric Elbogen continuedfrompage13 Complete workshop descriptions at sandiegoconference.org january 31 FRIDAY Closing Session & Networking Coffee 4:30–5:00 pm REMARKS—Charles Wilson, Senior Director, Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego A MUSICAL PERFORMANCE 4:30–5:00 pm REMARKS—Charles Wilson, Senior Director, Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego A MUSICAL PERFORMANCE Closing Session & Networking Coffee
  14. 14. 15 Hotel Accommodations Sheraton San diego hotel & marina 1380 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego, California 92101 PHONE: (619) 291-2900 FAX: (619) 692-2337 RATES: Traditional Guestroom • $155.00 single/double Premium Level Guestroom • $175.00 single/double Club Level Guestroom • $209.00 single / double The Sheraton San Diego Hotel offers a special rate for conference attendees, including a government rate. All rooms have a balcony with views of either the Bay or the Marina. For an additional $54/day, consider the fabulous offer of the Club Level, which includes daily continental breakfast and evening hors d’oeuvres in the Penthouse Club Lounge (rate for 2 adults plus children). ONLINE: Go to www.sandiegoconference.org; click on Travel in the top navigation bar; click link “To register online: Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina;” complete as directed. For regular rate registration: 28th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child & Family Maltreatment (OR copy and paste the following link into a web browser) https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/RadyChadwick For Government rate registration: 28th Annual San Diego International Conference—Government Block (OR copy and paste the following link into a web browser) https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/GovRadyChadwick If you do not use the above registration links: call Toll Free Reservations: 1-800-325-3535 or visit www.sheratonsandiegohotel.com — Indicate you are attending the Chadwick Center Conference. EarlyreservationsarerecommendedtoensurearoomattheConferencehotel.Registrantswillbeaccommodatedatnearbyhotels whentheConferencehotelisfilled.DisabledParticipants:ChadwickCenterandtheconventionhotelcomplywiththeprovisionsof theAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct. Air Transportation Airline Reservations—contact Jennifer Kutzner at Cadence Travel. Email: Jennifer.Kutzner@cadencetravel.com Website: www.cadencetravel.com Phone: (858) 551-4476 or (800) 949-3639 Fax: (858) 551-4025 Airport Transfers Allow the Sheraton complimentary shuttle to transport you quickly and safely to and from the San Diego International Airport to the Sheraton Hotel and Marina.The shuttle access lane is across the street from the baggage pickup area. These web sites offer San Diego attractions: Check out www.sandiego.org—the San Diego Convention andVisitors Bureau official travel resource or www.smartdestinations.comand www.anothersideofsandiego.comfor a comprehensive entertainment guide and discounts for regional attractions.These sites feature event calendars as well as searches for restaurants, events and activities. Coupons are available at www.sandiego.organd www.groupon.com, or visit www.sandiegorestaurants.com for a comprehensive listing of restaurants and coupons. For faculty listing,session details,changes in the program,check www.sandiegoconference.org. 2014 conference regiStration PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE: sandiegoconference.org Questions: contact sdconference@rchsd.org phone: (858) 966-4972 SAN DIEGO ATTRACTIONS CONFERENCE FACULTY HOTEL & TRANSPORTATION

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