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Moore Center Annual Symposium

CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE: A PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

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at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD

Registration is now open for our free annual symposium, which will highlight current policy and prevention strategies to shift the national landscape toward the prevention of child sexual abuse.

Speakers

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

We are working on offering CEUs for Social Workers. We will update this page with more information when registration for CEUs is available. In the meantime, please contact Amanda Ruzicka at aruzicka@jhu.edu for more information.

Lunch and Learn

Help Wanted: Adolescent Experiences in a Sample of Adolescents with an Attraction to Younger Children
This year's "lunch and learn" features a luncheon and talk by John Thorne, a graduate student in the Department of Mental Health. Lunch is $10, and space is limited so please register early.

Networking Reception

Following Mr. Thorne's talk, please join us for dessert and a chance to network with other attendees. This event is open to all registered symposium attendees. 

Who Should Attend This Event?

The goal of the symposium is to bring together professionals in the field of child sexual abuse prevention to present findings from their research, discuss ways to improve our response to child sexual abuse and develop stronger prevention initiatives.

Attendees can expect to walk away with a better understanding of the policies and science that affect our current understanding of child sexual abuse prevention as well as hear about the real life experiences of those affected by child sexual abuse. Anyone with an interest in preventing child sexual abuse is encouraged to attend.

Our audience is broad and includes clinicians, therapists, professors, researchers, social workers, educators, healthcare professionals, lawyers, policymakers, representatives from nonprofit organizations as well as students, the media and members of the general public. Our symposium is free and open to the public. 

Past Symposia