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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: 9979
Date: 2016-04-01

Author:apsac

Subject:APSAC Colloquium Plenary Speakers Announced

Register Today! Learn about the most challenging issues and critical topics in the child maltreatment field. Explore new strategies and evidence-based practices to enhance your everyday work. Connect with others to strengthen your professional network. Visit our website for more information! Learn from Leaders in the Field of Child Maltreatment APSAC's Colloquium Plenary Speakers Thursday, June 23, 2016 (8:30-10:00 am) What Practices Are We Engaging in Now That 15 Years From Now We're Going to Look Back on and Think "What in the World Were We Thinking?" From disco to pet rocks, our past is littered with things which make us wonder, what in the world were we thinking? The field of child maltreatment and interpersonal violence has certainly had its share of misguided ideas, from satanic ritual abuse hysteria to multiple personality disorder treatment centers. How did this field get so many things so wrong? What were the values, thinking and processes that led to those errors and how do we make sure we learn from those mistakes and not repeat them. Ben Saunders, Ph.D. Dr. Saunders is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC and Associate Director of the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment. More on Ben Paul Stern, JD Mr. Stern is a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Snohomish County in Washington, where he has been a Prosecutor since 1981. More on Paul Friday, June 24, 2016 (9:15-10:15 am) Assessing Child Well Being Across the Social Ecology What actions, at each level of the social ecology, can lead to changes in these norms that might improve child well-being? How can we know if we've "moved the needle" on child well-being? These questions are fundamental to the work of Prevent Child Abuse America, a national nonprofit organization with chapters in all fifty states and more than 600 Healthy Families America home visiting sites. APSAC members and participants at the APSAC national conference are a critical audience to engage in this conversation to help create social change to improve the well-being of children based on sound research. Sandra Alexander, MEd Ms. Alexander is a recognized state and national leader, strategic thinker, and innovator in child abuse prevention with over 40 years' experience in public and private sector including providing training and technical assistance on child and family services spanning the full range of the social ecology from primary prevention to tertiary prevention, child abuse prevention and consultation, and 18 years of nonprofit management experience and executive consultation on applying effective business principles and practices. More on Sandra David Murphey, PhD Dr. Murphey is a senior research scientist at Child Trends with expertise in selecting, developing, monitoring, and analyzing indicators of child and youth well-being at national, state, and local levels. More on David Janet F. Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA Dr. Rosenzweig has served for more than 30 years in public and non-profit human services, focusing on child and family well-being. She is currently the Vice President for Research and Programs for Prevent Child Abuse America and a lecturer at The Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania. More on Janet STAY CONNECTED: APSAC, 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 SafeUnsubscribeâ„¢ jcampbell@dcs.wisc.edu Forward this email | Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by apsac@apsac.org in collaboration with Try it free today

Register Today! Learn about the most challenging issues and critical topics in the child maltreatment field. Explore new strategies and evidence-based practices to enhance your everyday work. Connect with others to strengthen your professional network. Visit our website for more information! Learn from Leaders in the Field of Child Maltreatment APSAC's Colloquium Plenary Speakers Thursday, June 23, 2016 (8:30-10:00 am) What Practices Are We Engaging in Now That 15 Years From Now We're Going to Look Back on and Think "What in the World Were We Thinking?" From disco to pet rocks, our past is littered with things which make us wonder, what in the world were we thinking? The field of child maltreatment and interpersonal violence has certainly had its share of misguided ideas, from satanic ritual abuse hysteria to multiple personality disorder treatment centers. How did this field get so many things so wrong? What were the values, thinking and processes that led to those errors and how do we make sure we learn from those mistakes and not repeat them. Ben Saunders, Ph.D. Dr. Saunders is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC and Associate Director of the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment. More on Ben Paul Stern, JD Mr. Stern is a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Snohomish County in Washington, where he has been a Prosecutor since 1981. More on Paul Friday, June 24, 2016 (9:15-10:15 am) Assessing Child Well Being Across the Social Ecology What actions, at each level of the social ecology, can lead to changes in these norms that might improve child well-being? How can we know if we've "moved the needle" on child well-being? These questions are fundamental to the work of Prevent Child Abuse America, a national nonprofit organization with chapters in all fifty states and more than 600 Healthy Families America home visiting sites. APSAC members and participants at the APSAC national conference are a critical audience to engage in this conversation to help create social change to improve the well-being of children based on sound research. Sandra Alexander, MEd Ms. Alexander is a recognized state and national leader, strategic thinker, and innovator in child abuse prevention with over 40 years' experience in public and private sector including providing training and technical assistance on child and family services spanning the full range of the social ecology from primary prevention to tertiary prevention, child abuse prevention and consultation, and 18 years of nonprofit management experience and executive consultation on applying effective business principles and practices. More on Sandra David Murphey, PhD Dr. Murphey is a senior research scientist at Child Trends with expertise in selecting, developing, monitoring, and analyzing indicators of child and youth well-being at national, state, and local levels. More on David Janet F. Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA Dr. Rosenzweig has served for more than 30 years in public and non-profit human services, focusing on child and family well-being. She is currently the Vice President for Research and Programs for Prevent Child Abuse America and a lecturer at The Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania. More on Janet STAY CONNECTED: APSAC, 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 SafeUnsubscribeâ„¢ jcampbelldcs.wisc.edu Forward this email | Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by apsacapsac.org in collaboration with Try it free today