Forensics (Child Abuse)
Location: 1919 East Thomas Road
Phoenix, Az 85016
PCH ED Conference Room
Contact: Tatum Senter
Residents attend one of the weekly meetings to review child abuse cases presenting to the ER and Hospital. Review of cases and discussion regarding preventative strategies and interventions for child abuse, multidisciplinary meeting including physicians, law enforcement, etc.
< >Describe and discuss modifiable risk factors and the evolving epidemiology of pediatric illnesses and their impact on child health and well-being and child health equity.
Identify and discuss child health issues at the national, state, and local levels by accessing and using vital statistics, surveillance data, community asset mapping, and other sources of data.
Identify measurable outcomes for assessing progress in addressing child health issues, including health equity.
Identify and describe effective public health interventions at the individual, community, and national level, e.g. screening & prevention programs aimed at modifying risk factors for disease or adverse health outcomes, and case identification and tracking.
Describe and discuss the individual practitioner’s role within the greater public health infrastructure, including early identification, notification, mandated reporting, and emergency planning/response recovery.ACGME Competencies:< >Interpersonal and Communication Skills