2014 Canadian Pediatric Sexual Abuse/Assault Training
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Agenda (subject to change)
Suspected Child Abuse & Neglect (SCAN) Training Manual
APSAC Handbook - Berliner
APSAC Handbook - Lyon et. al
Journal of Child Sexual Abuse - Christian
Day 1 readings
Finkelhor D, Turner JA, Shattuck A, Hamby SL. 2013.
Violence, crime and abuse exposure in a National sample of children and youth:
An update. JAMA Pediatrics 167(7). 614-621.
MacMillan HL, Tanaka M, Duku E,
Villancourt T, Boyle MH. 2013. Child physical and sexual abuse in a community sample of young adults: results from the Ontario Child Health Study.
Berliner, L. 2011. Child Sexual Abuse: Definitions,
prevalence & consequences. The APSAC Handbook on Child Maltreatment: 3rd
Editions. Pages 215-232.
Adams, J., R. Kaplan, et al. (2007). "Guidelines for
Medical Care of Children Who May Have Been Sexually Abused." J Pediatr
Adolesc Gynecol 20: 163-172 (on website)
Christian CW. 2011. Timing of the medical exam. Journal of
Child Sexual Abuse, 20: 505-520. (on website)
Floyed RL, Hirsh DA, Greenbaum VJ, Simon
SK, 2011. Development of a Screening Tool for Pediatric Sexual Assault May
Reduce Emergency Department Visits. Pediatrics. 128(221-226).
Ontario Paediatric Sexual Assault/Abuse Manual Chapter 6
Ontario Paediatric Sexual Assault/Abuse Manual Chapter 3
Day 2 readings
Stewart, ST. 2011. Hymenal characteristics in girls with
and without a history of sexual abuse, 20: 521-536.
Adams JA. 2008. Guidelines for medical care of children
evaluated for suspected sexual abuse: an update for 2008. Current Opinion in
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 20: 435-441.
Adams JA. 2009. Medical Evaluation of Suspected Child
Sexual Abuse: 2009 Update APSAC Advisor: Winter 2010.
Adams, J. A. (2011). "Medical Evaluation of Suspected
Child Sexual Abuse: 2011 Update." Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 20:
Day 3 readings
Hammerschlag, MR. 2011. Sexual assault and abuse of
children. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 53(S3): S103-9.
Fong H, Christian CW. 2012. Evaluating
sexually transmitted infections in sexually abused children: new techniques to
identify old infections. Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine.13(3):
Public Health Agency of Canada. 2010. Sexually Transmitted
Infection Guidelines. Sexual Abuse of Prepubescent Children
Girardet R, Bolton K, Lahoti S, Mowbray H., Giardino A,
Isaac R, Arnold W, Mead B and Paes N. 2011. Collection of forensic evidence
from pediatric victims of sexual assault. Pediatrics. 128(2) : 233-238.
Leder MR. 2012. Acute sexual assault and evidence collection
in the DNA era. Clincial Pediatric Emergency Medicine. 13(3). 194-201.
Thackeray JD, Hornor G, Benzinger EA, Scribano PV. 2011.
Forensic evidence collection and DNA identification in acute child sexual
assault. Pediatrics. 128 (2). 227-232.
Cohen JA, Kelleher, KJ, Mannario AP. 2008. Identifying,
treating and referring traumatized children. The role of pediatric providers.
Archives of Pediatric and Adoelscent Medicine. 162(5); 447-452.
A. N., & Carnes, C. N. (2001). Reactions of nonoffending parents to the
sexual abuse of their child: A review of the literature. Child Maltreatment,
6 (4), 314-331.
Day 4 readings
Nancy D. Kellogg and the Committee on Child Abuse and
Neglect. 2007. Evaluation of Suspected Child Physical Abuse. Pediatrics; 119:6
Paediatric Sexual Assault/Abuse Manual Chapter 8
Seto, M. 2009 . Pedophilia. Annual Review of Clinical
Psychology. 5: 391-407
Last update: 18 March 2014