Child Abuse

Home > Learn & Lead > Topics > Child Abuse & Lead:Topics:Child Abuse<p> <img class="ms-rtePosition-2" src="/PublishingImages/ChildAbuseDomesticViolence.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;" />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. You'll find PAMED's state-approved CME program that meets this requirement below.</p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-embedcode ms-rte-embedil ms-rtestate-notify"><div unselectable="on" style="padding:6px;width:300px;margin-right:auto;margin-left:auto;display:block;background-color:#004568;"><p unselectable="on" style="text-align:center;color:#ffffff;font-size:28px;text-decoration:underline;"> <a href="" unselectable="on" style="color:#ffffff;">Take Child Abuse Reporting Course</a> </p></div></div><p> </p> Abuse Reporting Course for 2017-2018<p>Physicians can take this CME course to meet requirements for child abuse reporting and recognition u​nder the amended Child Protective Services Law (CPSL).</p>Physicians;# State-Approved Child Abuse Training = No License Renewal: Don’t Delay<p>In order to allow processing time for the state to receive and accept your information that you have completed the child abuse recognition and reporting course required for license renewal, please be sure to complete the course as soon as possible.<br></p> and Reporting of Child Abuse<p>​Physicians can meet child abuse training requirements for state licensure with this free online course.</p>Physicians;#Members Only;# Child Abuse Reporting Training Count Toward CME Credits? An Update for MDs and DOs<p>​Get clarification on whether MDs and DOs can use child abuse reporting training toward CME credits.<br></p>