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Internationaal The importance of medicine in evaluating child sexual abuse

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This is one out of three e-lectures on Child Sexual Abuse. Leading experts from the ranks of ISPCAN share their views and specialism on the subject of sexual abuse in interviews recorded during the European ISPCAN conference in Dublin in September 2013.

This course is presented by Dr Martin Finkel, Professor of Paediatrics and an international authority in the area of the treatment of sexually abused children. You will learn how you as a doctor can deal professionally with children who have possibly been sexually abused. You will learn what you should watch out for in the anamnesis (preliminary case history) that you take during the medical examination. Martin Finkel explains how you can take this anamnesis in such a way that this results in a great deal of information and is also supportive and therapeutic for children. The course includes an extensive catalogue with additional information about sexual abuse of children and about taking the anamnesis of children who have possibly been sexually abused. This course lasts approximately 20 minutes. 

Tijd: 20 minutes