What We Know About the Harms Linked

Learning Objectives – Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
·         Summarize the research findings linking spanking with harm to children

·         Identify why alternatives to spanking are more effective and have less risk for adverse outcomes for children

·         Describe strategies to change parents’ attitudes about physical punishment that can be introduced in a medical setting

* 1. I feel the learning objectives were met.

* 2. Today’s presentation provided worthwhile information that I could apply to my practice.

* 3. The educational points were clearly articulated.

* 4. I was able to follow the discussion and participate if I chose to.

* 5. The webcast format and structure facilitated my learning.

* 6. I feel this presentation was free of commercial bias.

* 7. I think I am better able to diagnose and treat child abuse.

* 8. Please list two changes related to child abuse cases that you will make as a result of this presentation:

* 9. Please suggest topics you would like to see addressed in CHAMP educational programming.

* 10. Additional comments:

* 11. Degree

* 12. Specialty

* 13. Please elaborate on degree or specialty category 'other', if applicable.

* 14. Each webcast grants one category 1 AMA PRA CME credit award. Would you like CME credit?

* 15. Name -- if you would like CME credit, this is a required field.
If you do not want CME credit and would like to remain anonymous fill in with xxx.
Thank you!