27th APSAC Colloquium
September 21-24, 2020
New Orleans, LA
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel
500 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
APSAC is excited to announce the 27th Colloquium will be held in New Orleans on September 21-24, 2020.
APSAC's 27th Colloquium will bring high-quality learning opportunities to child maltreatment researchers and practitioners across experience levels and professions. Sessions will be designated as beginning, intermediate, or advanced level content.
The Colloquium will offer pre-conference advanced training institutes and advanced training workshops, research sessions, micro sessions, information/discussion roundtables and research posters addressing all aspects of child maltreatment.
Sessions at the Colloquium will cover the following topic areas:
Current Policy Issues
Courtroom Processes and Procedures
Multidisciplinary Investigation and Practice
Innovative Child Maltreatment Prevention Approaches
Sessions will be designed for professionals in mental health, social work, medicine and nursing, law, education, law enforcement, prevention, research, advocacy, child protective service, and allied fields.
Note: In light of COVID-19, there will be no penalties for cancellation or switch to the virtual version, if available.
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Interested in Presenting at the Next Colloquium?
The 2021 Call for Papers will be available soon. APSAC is soliciting abstracts for training, research, roundtable and poster presentations for the 28th Annual APSAC Colloquium in Brooklyn, New York. Join us at one of the field’s premier forums for child maltreatment professionals to offer training presentations and report new research findings. Topics address legal, medical, mental health, investigative, preventive, and protective services work with abused and neglected children, their families, and perpetrators of abuse. Presentations are encouraged on all aspects of child maltreatment, including cultural diversity. Submissions are encouraged on all aspects of child maltreatment, including cultural diversity.