NOW AVAILABLE FOR CME AND PART 2 MOC
An interactive educational tool for pediatric clinicians
KNOW THE SIGNS, KNOW WHAT TO DO.
Stop Look Listen features six scenarios based on actual cases from leading child abuse specialists from clinical encounter through investigation, visiting the home, assessing family needs and understanding court procedures.
SLL is an interactive teaching tool designed to increase clinician confidence in recognizing and reporting cases of physical child abuse and improving collaboration between the medical community and child welfare agencies. Funded by a grant from the NIH’s Institute of Child Health and Development, the tool is targeted to primary care clinicians.
Learners navigate through six virtual scenarios that model the parent interview, clinician thought process, and steps involved in reporting suspected cases of physical abuse in young children. Each vignette follows a family through both the medical diagnosis and investigation phase of suspected abuse, and each is based on actual case studies provided by the expert panel of advisors to the project. The vignettes feature conversations between a pediatrician and a family, a pediatrician and child protection investigators, lawyers and detectives as they work to piece together the cause of a child’s injury.
For further info please contact Lucy Bruell.