Date Title Instructor Time
Archived Child Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation: Health Care Needs of Victims Jordan Greenbaum, MD 90 minutes

Brief Overview: This webinar will discuss the current trends in commercially sexually exploited children and their health care needs.


Expert Presenter: Dr. Greenbaum is the Medical Director of the Child Protection Center in Atlanta, GA. She received her medical degree at the Yale School of Medicine and did her residency in Pathology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles, CA. She completed her fellowship in Forensic Pathology in New York and received certification in Forensic Pathology. She is a member of the American Professional Socieety on the Abuse of Children and International Society on the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. She has numerous publications on child abuse and has presented both nationally and internationally on the area of child abuse and neglect.

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Continuing Education Credits

This webinar was designed for the purpose of professional education and development; however, it is not approved for continuing education credits by any crediting or licensing board. Professionals are responsible for determining whether this activity meets the requirements for acceptable education and may request credit through their individual state and/or licensing board.

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