Child Abuse Reporting Course for 2017-2018

Last Updated: Dec 14, 2017

Under the amended Child Protective Services Law (CPSL), all physicians must complete approved training on child abuse recognition and reporting as a condition of licensure.

The Pennsylvania Medical Society (PAMED) has a state-approved CME program that meets this requirement for the 2017-2018 licensing cycle. It is free and available only to PAMED members.


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  1. Jeff Wirick | Apr 17, 2018
    Dr. Munir, when physicians take PAMED's Child Abuse Reporting course and then complete the online assessment, it does automatically transfer this data to the Department if State. This course is provided for free only to members (www.pamedsoc.org/join).
  2. Farrukh Munir | Apr 17, 2018

    Hello ,

     

    Will my certificate will be uploaded automatically by on the new online PA licensing system ? Or will I have to email it to state board ?

     

     

    Thanks

  3. Jeff Wirick | Mar 20, 2018
    Thanks for your comment Dr. Donovan. Yes, this child abuse reporting course is up to date. You will need to take it for the 2017-18 licensing cycle.
  4. Robert James Donovan | Mar 19, 2018

    Is this course still up to date? Since we are required to take this each year I just wanted to make sure that this would be good for 2018-2019 before taking the course. Thank you.

  5. Jeff Wirick | Feb 06, 2018
    Thanks for your comment. The content you were trying to access is a Member Only benefit. You can access our Child Abuse CME but logging in from the top of the page with your www.pamedsoc.org username and password. Please let us know if you need assistance with your username or password. 

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