Presented by: California Clinical Forensic Medical Training Center
April 13-15, 2015 & SEPTEMBER 21-23, 2015
The Pediatric SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners) Training includes three (3) days or (22) hours of classroom training, fourteen (14) hours online training delivered through the University of California, Davis (UCD) Extension Program, and six (6) hours of online training by watching 2.20 hours of webinars and 3.37 hours of videos produced by CCFMTC for a total of 42 contact hours. The California Board of Nursing designated 42 contact training hours for this course.
The online program through UC Davis Extension Program covers child sexual abuse epidemiology, mandated child abuse reporting requirements, service delivery models, developmental anogenital anatomy, use of the California Cal OES 2-925 Forensic Medical Report Form (for non-acute exams performed over 72 hours since the last incident) and Cal OES 2-930 Forensic Medical Report Form (for acute exams performed within 72 hours of the last incident). These forms, instructions and protocol can be downloaded from the CCFMTC website. Classroom training covers patient history taking, examining prepubertal children and adolescents, physical findings and their significance, documentation and conclusions, and a full day of interactive skill stations. See website for course agenda and instructions for the online courses.
Participants are expected to complete the on-line component before being admitted to the classroom training to receive the highest benefit from the classroom training. Trainees receive immediate access to the on-line training program as soon as they complete registration on the website.
California Residents $400.00 / Out-of-State $600.00
California District Attorneys Association
921 11th Street, Third Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814
Contact Christina Pritchett at (916) 930-3062 or Christina.firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLICK HERE to view the online and classroom course agenda and to register.