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Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) List Serve

Database of Past CMRL Messages

Welcome to the database of past Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) list serve messages. The table below contains all past CMRL messages (text only, no attachments) from Nov. 20, 1996 - December 22, 2017 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 10246
Date: 2017-10-03

Author:jim campbell

Subject:APSAC's 25th Anniversary Colloquium Call for Abstracts - Deadline Extended to October 16!

APSAC's 25th Anniversary Colloquium Call for Abstracts - Deadline Extended to October 16! APSAC has extended the call for abstracts for the 25th Annual Colloquium to be held in New Orleans, LA - Deadline is October 16, 2017. APSAC's Colloquium will provide intensive training for both new and experienced professionals working in the field of child maltreatment. APSAC is particularly interested in proposals for training related to: * Abusive Head Trauma * Child Maltreatment Reporting Laws * Child Torture and Trafficking * Children Exposed to Parental Conflict * Community Trauma-Resilience Awareness * Courtroom Processes and Procedures * Differential Response * Ending Corporal Punishment * Evidence Based Interventions for Trauma Treatment and Recovery * Forensic Interviewing of Children * Groundbreaking Research * Innovative Child Maltreatment Prevention Approaches * Institutional Violence Against Children * Juveniles on Sex Offender Registries * Mandated Reporting: Trainings and Challenges * Office of Civil Rights Compliance * Opioid Use and Child Maltreatment * Predictive Analytics * Racist, Homophobic and other Targeted Violence Against Children * Refugee Families New this year will be a track of presentations for young professionals working in child maltreatment. We're looking for papers that answer the questions "what would you liked to have known when you first entered in the field of child maltreatment?" or "what advice would you give to the next generation?" Topics might include networking, use of social media in education/prevention, workshops on how to navigate "the system," or tips on how to prevent or handle burnout/stress/fatigue when working on child maltreatment cases. Presentations should be designed for professionals in mental health, social work, medicine and nursing, law, education, law enforcement, prevention, research, advocacy, child protective services, and allied fields. Abstracts may be accepted as advanced training sessions (90 minutes/3 hrs/6hrs), information sessions (45 minutes), research sessions (30 minutes) or poster sessions. You do not need to be a member of APSAC to submit an abstract. Be sure to have the following information handy when submitting your form: * Lead and co-presenter contact information * Curriculum vitae (or resumé) * Short presenter bio(s) * Session title * Description and abstract * Learning objectives Click to access the 2018 Call for Abstract online submission form for workshops, research, and poster sessions. The deadline to submit is Monday, October 16, 2017 Lead presenters of accepted submissions will be notified by December 1, 2017. For more information about the 2018 Colloquium, contact Jim Campbell. Connect with us!

APSAC's 25th Anniversary Colloquium Call for Abstracts - Deadline Extended to October 16! APSAC has extended the call for abstracts for the 25th Annual Colloquium to be held in New Orleans, LA - Deadline is October 16, 2017. APSAC's Colloquium will provide intensive training for both new and experienced professionals working in the field of child maltreatment. APSAC is particularly interested in proposals for training related to: * Abusive Head Trauma * Child Maltreatment Reporting Laws * Child Torture and Trafficking * Children Exposed to Parental Conflict * Community Trauma-Resilience Awareness * Courtroom Processes and Procedures * Differential Response * Ending Corporal Punishment * Evidence Based Interventions for Trauma Treatment and Recovery * Forensic Interviewing of Children * Groundbreaking Research * Innovative Child Maltreatment Prevention Approaches * Institutional Violence Against Children * Juveniles on Sex Offender Registries * Mandated Reporting: Trainings and Challenges * Office of Civil Rights Compliance * Opioid Use and Child Maltreatment * Predictive Analytics * Racist, Homophobic and other Targeted Violence Against Children * Refugee Families New this year will be a track of presentations for young professionals working in child maltreatment. We're looking for papers that answer the questions "what would you liked to have known when you first entered in the field of child maltreatment?" or "what advice would you give to the next generation?" Topics might include networking, use of social media in education/prevention, workshops on how to navigate "the system," or tips on how to prevent or handle burnout/stress/fatigue when working on child maltreatment cases. Presentations should be designed for professionals in mental health, social work, medicine and nursing, law, education, law enforcement, prevention, research, advocacy, child protective services, and allied fields. Abstracts may be accepted as advanced training sessions (90 minutes/3 hrs/6hrs), information sessions (45 minutes), research sessions (30 minutes) or poster sessions. You do not need to be a member of APSAC to submit an abstract. Be sure to have the following information handy when submitting your form: * Lead and co-presenter contact information * Curriculum vitae (or resumé) * Short presenter bio(s) * Session title * Description and abstract * Learning objectives Click to access the 2018 Call for Abstract online submission form for workshops, research, and poster sessions. The deadline to submit is Monday, October 16, 2017 Lead presenters of accepted submissions will be notified by December 1, 2017. For more information about the 2018 Colloquium, contact Jim Campbell. Connect with us!