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19th Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference

October 3 - October 4

Welcome to the 19th Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference page. The Conference is designed to provide professional training and educational opportunities for South Dakota medical professionals, educators, law enforcement officers, social workers, mental health providers, youth services providers, and community advocates. The goal is to provide local training for regional professionals who are interested in innovative solutions and best practices in the areas of awareness of, response to, and prevention of child maltreatment.

You are invited to attend and participate in this annual forum which offers numerous opportunities to share your ideas, explore the research, development, and applications, and to network with the leaders in this important field.

Click on the titles below to learn more.

Call for Presenters

The Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment (CPCM) is honored to one again collaborate with the Unified Judicial System (UJS) Court Improvement Program (CIP) and Child’s Voice at Sanford Health to host a conference for professionals and advocates regarding a community response to child abuse. Applications are now being accepted to participate in this annual forum which offers numerous opportunities to share your ideas, explore the research, development, and applications, and to network with the leaders in this important field.

All proposals are read and reviewed by the Annual Conference Committee. Selections will be made after April 10, 2019, and information regarding the status of applications will be made available by the end of April. All applications accepted by the Annual Conference Committee will receive an email at that time. Each presenter must complete and submit the Call for Presenters form along with their resume and photo for the brochure. Information may be edited for space and clarity. Please keep in mind that only presenters who have submitted the Call for Presenters form and have had their proposals reviewed by the Annual Conference Committee will be considered.

Session Topics

While all proposals will be considered, proposals that are related to the following topics are encouraged: advocacy, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), child abuse, community resources, law enforcement, coalition building, strategic change, work/life balance, school transformation, trauma informed practices, vicarious trauma.

Session Duration

Depending on chosen format, presenters will have 60 or 90 minutes to: introduce their presentations, give their presentations, provide closing remarks, and take questions. Please plan your presentation to ensure you can deliver your learning objectives efficiently and effectively in that timeframe.

Session Formats

  • Open Discussion: Moderator-facilitated, in-depth conversation with participants serving as key contributors around a specific issue or topic concerning education.
  • Panel: Moderator-led discussion with experts in the field with opportunity for audience Q&A.
  • Presentation: Formal presentation designed to inform the audience about a specific issue or topic and demonstrate key components of a particular education approach.
  • Workshop: Interactive opportunity for audience members to participate directly in the learning and glean resources/approaches to take back to their district or campus.

Session Titles & Abstracts

Your session title and description will be published in the printed program and on the conference website. A title should be able to stand alone and clearly convey what your presentation will cover. Your abstract should reflect your learning objectives and session format to attract the appropriate audience for your topic.

19th Annual CRCA Conference - Call for Presenters

Deadline for submission is April 10, 2019. Only presenters who have submitted the Call for Presenters form and have had their proposals reviewed by the Annual Conference Committee will be considered.
  • Your session title and abstract will be published in the printed program and on the conference website. A title should be able to stand alone and clearly convey what your presentation will cover.
  • Your session title and abstract will be published in the printed program and on the conference website. Your abstract should reflect your learning objectives and session format to attract the appropriate audience for your topic.
  • Can your presentation be filmed and posted on the conference website?
  • Accepted file types: pdf.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, gif.

Details

Start:
October 3
End:
October 4

Organizers

Unified Judicial System Court Improvement Program
Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment
Child’s Voice at Sanford Health

Venue

Sioux Falls Convention Center
1201 Northwest Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57104 United States
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Phone:
6053674100
Website:
www.siouxfallscc.com