Webinar

Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Child Protection

Comparative Analysis of Trauma-informed Child Protection Systems of Hungary and the USA

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Focus of this Training:

In this interactive webinar, child protection professionals from Hungary and the U.S. presented overviews of the multidisciplinary collaboration efforts often practiced in child protection cases within these countries. These presentations were followed by a panel discussion and then an open exchange with webinar attendees. Attendees were encouraged to share multidisciplinary collaboration strategies practiced in their own countries, including challenges and successes.

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Recording - Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Child Protection

Webinar Date:

September 21, 2022

Region:

Global

Topics:

Trauma Informed Care
Multidisciplinary Collaboration
Coordinate Care
Child-centered Care

Presented By:

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Jordan Greenbaum, MD
Jordan Greenbaum, MD, is a retired child abuse physician living in Atlanta, GA. She has worked in the field of child maltreatment for over 20 years. She is the medical director of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children and past medical director of the Stephanie Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. She was a co-chair of the Education/Training committee for HEAL Trafficking, an organization of medical professionals working on human trafficking issues. She is a member of ISPCAN's Board of Directors.
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Léna Szilvási, PhD
Léna Szilvási, PhD, is Quality Management Director for SOS Children’s Villages in Hungary. Previously, she served as its National Programme Development Director, a consultant and trainer, and programme director for the Children’s Opportunity Project, an EU-funded project to develop nationally supported early childhood programs against child poverty. Dr. Szilvási is a former social worker and lecturer in social work at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.
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Lili Olah
Lili Olah is national programme advisor for SOS Children’s Villages Hungary. She served as the moderator of the panel discussion.

Contributing Partners:

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ICMEC