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Trees and Mountains
New Provider Training | May 6-8, 2024

About the Training

The CARE Network invites all prospective CARE Network providers to attend the New Provider Training. Participation is required to join the Network but is also open to providers interested in expanding their knowledge about identifying & treating child maltreatment.

Faculty for this two-day intensive training include child abuse, community pediatric, nursing and behavioral health experts. This two-day training is specifically designed to help medical  and behavioral health professionals provide comprehensive, state-of-the-art evaluations and assessments to children who may be the victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, or neglect.​

Eligible Participants

Training is geared toward: 

  • Physicians (MD, DO)

  • Psychologists (Psy.D, Ph.D)

  • Advanced Practice Providers (PA, NP)

  • Licensed Behavioral Health Providers (LPC, LMFT, LCSW, APN)

  • Nurses (RN practicing as SANE or FNE)

Registration and More

Mark your calendars for our upcoming annual training, taking place from May 6-8, 2024.  

This is a great opportunity to enhance your skills, stay up to date and connect with fellow providers from across the network. 

 

While the venue is yet to be finalized, we're working diligently to secure a location that will provide a conducive and engaging learning environment. Rest assured; we'll keep you updated on the venue details as soon as they become available. 

Location: TBD

Accommodations

Accommodations will be covered by the Kempe Center for providers who attend the training with the intention to join the CARE Network.

Providers who attend the training to expand their knowledge in identifying and treating child maltreatment and DO NOT plan to join the CARE Network will need to cover accommodations. 

Continuing Education Credit: 

All training participants will be issued continuing education credit at no cost. 

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