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Child Abuse and Mandatory Reporting

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It is the role and responsibility of all mandatory reporters to protect children from harm both self-inflicted and perpetrated by others. The goal of this training for health providers is to increase their knowledge of child abuse.   The curriculum for this program is approved by the Iowa Department of Public Health Abuse Education Review Panel. 100% attendance is required for CE credit. Objectives:  1) Express an awareness of the existence of child abuse; 2) Define abuse situations and the concepts that will assist in identifying abuse; and 3) Explain the responsibilities and duties of mandatory reporters. 
Nursing Contact Hours: 2.0. Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #30 
CEU/CEHs: 0.2/2.0 *Medical Assistants (*responsible for own approval), Direct Care Staff, Nursing Home and Residential Administrators, Psychologists, Department Heads, Physical Therapists, PTAs, Occupational Therapists, OTAs, Social Workers, Dental professionals, EMS providers (informal hours).

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Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Tue

Jones Regional Education Center


CEUs : 0.2

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Please read:  This is a WebLive course which originates in Linn Hall and broadcast out to Kirkwood’s county sites. Please sign up for the location that works best for you. All participants receive a certificate of attendance for 100% attendance, which is required for CE credit with 2.0 Nursing Contact Hours/ 0.2 CEUs/2.0 CEHs awarded. Nurses and Allied Health professionals will be asked to record their license number on the sign-in sheet when they arrive for the class. Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #30. Iowa Dental Board Approved Sponsor.



Registration Closes On
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
5/7/2019 - 5/7/2019 Weekly - Tue 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM Monticello, Jones Regional Education Center  Map, Room: 209 TBA