Access Continuing Education Audio Course - Child Abuse and Maltreatment/Neglect: Identification and Reporting

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4.2 Contact Hours; credit available until 08/01/2012. Access Continuing Education, Inc. is approved as a provider of nursing continuing education (provider #09-06-003PR) by the Vermont State Nurses' Association, Inc., which is accredited as an approver of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses' Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

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4.2 Contact Hours; credit available until 08/01/2012. Access Continuing Education, Inc. is approved as a provider of nursing continuing education (provider #09-06-003PR) by the Vermont State Nurses' Association, Inc., which is accredited as an approver of continuing education in nursing by the American Nurses' Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
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2011-12-23 10:53
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23.12.2011

Chapter Thirteen: Conclusion

Because mandated reporters work in professional capacities in many occupations that interface with children, New Yorkers are counting on you to recognize child abuse and maltreatment/neglect, in all its forms, when you see it.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Twelve: The Abandoned Infant Protection Act

Like many states in the US, New York State passed a law to help stop people from abandoning newborns in unsafe and dangerous places.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Eleven: Reporting Child Abuse and Maltreatment

This chapter discusses how and when to report child abuse and maltreatment.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Ten: Dos and Don'ts Regarding Talking with Children about Possible Abuse or Maltreatment

Whenever discussing potential abuse with a child, some basic considerations include these important points.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Nine: Perpetrators of Child Abuse

It is a myth that strangers most often abuse children.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Eight: The Consequences of Child Abuse

While physical injuries may or may not be immediately visible, abuse and neglect can have consequences for children, families, and society that last lifetimes, if not generations.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Seven: Protective Factors for Child Abuse and Maltreatment

Child abuse prevention programs have long focused on reducing particular risk factors.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Six: Risk Factors Contributing to Child Abuse and Maltreatment

This chapter discusses some of the factors that commonly contribute to child maltreatment.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Five: Recognizing Child Abuse

The first step in helping abused or neglected children is learning to recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Four: Legal Definitions Related to Child Maltreatment

Federal and state terms related to child abuse; how and when to use them, and what they mean.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Three: The Disturbing Statistics

The National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) is a federally sponsored effort that collects and analyzes annual data on child abuse and neglect.
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23.12.2011

Chapter Two: Abuse and Maltreatment/Neglect Have Many Presentations

This chapter looks at identifying the signs of abuse and maltreatment in children.
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23.12.2011

Chapter One: Who Are the Mandated Reporters?

This chapter discusses who must make reports of child abuse and maltreatment or neglect within New York State.
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