Role of Technology in Youth Harassment Victimization
Because technology-based harassment rates are lower than other forms of youth victimization, the experiences that youth have with technology must be considered in connection with broader patterns of peer and sibling victimization, child maltreatment, conventional crime, sexual victimization, witnessing and indirect victimization, and other adverse life events to fully understand the causes, nature, and impact of the problem. This short CE course examines technology-involved harassment within the context of other types of youth victimization and risk factors to improve current policy and practice regarding the issue.
Managing Caseloads in Child Welfare Settings
Large caseloads and excessive workloads in many jurisdictions can make it difficult for child welfare caseworkers to serve families effectively. This CE course aims to build the knowledge base about caseload and workload issues and help child welfare managers, administrators, and others learn how they can improve caseload and workload situations in their agencies.
Unlimited CEs for 1 year for individual accounts (not available for company accounts) now only $74.95! Choose from hundreds of online CEs within the one-year period.
Caring for Homeless Patients with Opioid Use Disorders: Clinical Guidelines
Numerous factors associated with homelessness may increase the risk of developing severe opioid use disorders and make treatment more difficult. This CE course discusses optimal care for people with opioid use disorders who are homeless or marginally housed, addressing clinical and programmatic issues.
The Effects of Child Maltreatment on Brain Development
This CEU course provides information on typical brain development and the potential effects of abuse and neglect on that development. The information in this course is designed to help professionals understand the emotional, mental, and behavioral impact of early abuse and neglect in children who come to the attention of the child welfare system.
Evidence-Based Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorders
Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) have lifelong effects on individual functioning in areas such as learning, relationships, and independence in daily life. This CE course provides information and tools to support healthcare professionals in making informed decisions about selection, implementation, and monitoring of ASD interventions.
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