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18th Annual Yale Pediatric Update - Session 4

Supporting Children Exposed to Adversity

FACULTY
Heather C. Forkey, M.D.

Associate Professor and Vice-Chair for Wellness, Department of Pediatrics

Medical Director, Child Trauma Training Center
UMass Medical School

Chief, Child Protection Program (CPP) and Director, Foster Children Evaluation Service (FaCES)
UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Identify how children exposed to adversity may present clinically
  2. Apply tools to support caregiver regulation and resilience
  3. Formulate strategies to respond to symptoms and promote resilience

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5 (outstanding)4321 (below average)
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Session Evaluation

4) Heather Forkey, MD, FAAP | Supporting Children Exposed to Adversity

Objectives:
1) Identify how children exposed to adversity may present clinically
2) Formulate strategies to respond to symptoms and promote resilience
5 (outstanding)4 (excellent)3 (very good)2 (average)1 (below average)