What is EduNet?
EduNet is a series of free expert lectures on a variety of multidisciplinary topics, selected to help you grow professionally and archived so you can access them whenever your schedule allows. All of our upcoming webinars are listed below - just click on the image or title to learn more and register. Scroll down for additional CEU and access information.
The Healthcare Response to Child Trafficking and Exploitation
Jordan Greenbaum, MD
Archived from 06/06/2022
Beyond First and Last: Exploring Multiple Incidents with Young Children
Archived from 06/06/2022
Moving Beyond Case Review: The Role of the MDT Facilitator
Sue Ascione (NRCAC), Vicky Gwiasda (WRCAC), Greg Flett (SRCAC)
Archived from 11/30/2021
A Friendly Intro to Evaluation and Why It Matters
Kara Bixby, MPP & Nora Robinson, MSW
Archived from 10/08/2021
Implementation of Measurement Based Care at CACs
Dr. Amelia Siders Ph.D.
Archived from 9/24/2021
Drug Exposed Children and Infants Part 1& Part 2
Kathryn Wells, MD
Archived from 9/10/2021
Working with Teen Victims: Tips for the Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse Cases
Beth Merachnik, JD
Archived from 12/21/2020
Guiding Families Toward Healing and Justice: Aligning Victim Advocacy Services with Standards of Practice
Janet Fine, MS
Archived from 09/10/2020
What is Language Access? Why Does It Matter in a CAC?
Greg Flett, MSW
Archived from 6/25/2020
Elicit and Identify Protective Factors in Domestic Violence Cases Within the Forensic Interview
Archived from 4/30/2020
Use of Reflective Supervision Groups for CACs
Saprina Matheny, MSW, LICSW
Archived from 3/2020
Chaplains and CACs: Effective Collaborations to Address the Spiritual Impact of Abuse
Shauna Galloway-Williams, MEd, LPC & Carrie Nettles, MDIV
Archived on 1/14/2020
Continuing Education Credits
Midwest Regional CAC is accredited by a number of continuing education and professional boards within the State of Minnesota including Social Work, Law Enforcement, and Legal. To determine a webinar's continuing education credit eligibility and approval, please review the agenda associated with each webinar. Professionals outside of Minnesota are responsible for determining whether activities meet requirements for acceptable education within their individual states and/or licensing boards.
Accessing Archived Webinars
All EduNet Webinars are recorded and available within 24 hours following the live event. To access the archive simply click on "View the Archived Webinar" and complete the registration form. Following registration you will be directed to the recording and be able to access the webinar immediately. In the case you want to watch it later, you will also receive a email that contains a link to the recording as well as the webinar evaluation. Please check your spam folder if you do not receive a confirmation email. In either scenario you can share the webinar with your team, complete the evaluation, and print a certificate of attendance.
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