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EUCCAN
nd
21-23 May 2014
convention centre ‘De Meervaart’
Amsterdam
the Netherlands
EUropean
Conference
on Child Abuse
and Neglect
www.euccan.eu
www.amc.nl
www.forensicinstitute.nl
www.umcutrecht.nl
Rob A.C. Bilo (MD)
Forensic physician, consultant in forensic paediatrics
Section Forensic Paediatrics, Dept of Pathology and Toxicology, Netherlands Forensic Institute
Sonja N. Brilleslijper-Kater
Child psychologist, expert in Child Abuse & Neglect
Child Abuse & Neglect Team, Emma Children’s Hospital / Academic Medical Center Amsterdam
Rick R. van Rijn
Paediatric radiologist, Dept of Radiology, Emma Children’s Hospital, Academic Medical Center
(AMC), Amsterdam / Section Forensic Paediatrics; Dept of Forensic Medicine, Netherlands
Forensic Institute, The Hague, the Netherlands
Rian H. Teeuw
Paediatrician, expert in Child Abuse & Neglect / Child Abuse & Neglect Team / Emma Children’s
Hospital , Academic Medical Center (AMC), Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Ingrid Russel
Pediatrician UMC Utrecht location Wilhelmina Children’s hospital
and head Expertisecenter Child Abuse
Elise M. van de Putte
Pediatrician UMC Utrecht location Wilhelmina Children’s hospital,
specialized in social pediatrics
About the conference
Child abuse and neglect is a universal and serious health care problem
which affects all social layers of our society. Besides the direct consequences
and costs of child abuse and neglect there are also significant long term
consequences which affect the patient and our society for decades to
come.
The first European Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect was a success
for speakers and participants. However there is still a lot of work to be
done. Therefore we are pleased to inform you about the second edition.
In this conference we bring together a wide range of specialists in the
field of child abuse and neglect, ranging from paediatricians to social
workers to lawyers. The aim of our conference is, first of all, to present
to the audience a state-of-the-art overview of this difficult field of
expertise in health care. Secondly, we hope that by bringing together an
international audience, cross-border cooperation can be established and
attendees will form international social and professional relations.
We hope to meet many of our international colleagues in Amsterdam.
the organising committee
Eva M.M. Hoytema van Konijnenburg (MD)
PhD-student Child Abuse & Neglect Team
Emma Children’s Hospital / Academic Medical Center Amsterdam
Lenneke R.A. Alink
Associate professor and head of reseach cluster child maltreatment, Leiden University
De Bascule Head Dept Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the AMC
Ramón J.L. Lindauer (MA, MD, PhD)
Child and adolescent psychiatrist/family therapist
De Bascule Head Dept Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the AMC
Miranda Verhave - van Alem
Eventmanager NFI Academy
Netherlands Forensic Institute
Marie-José van Hoof
Child and adolescent psychiatrist and educationalist
TOPGGz Psychotraumacenter and GGZ Kinderen en Jeugd Rivierduinen
Anne Marie Oudesluys-Murphy
Acadamic Pediatrician
Leiden University Medical Center
day 1
21 May 2014
Plenary Session
09:00 - 12.30
09:00
09:10
09:20
09:35
10:30
11:00
11:45
Opening and welcome The organising committee, AMC, NFI & UMCU; the Netherlands
Welcome
E. van der Laan, Mayor of Amsterdam; the Netherlands
From the perspective of the Dutch Children’s Ombudsman
Mark Dullaert, Dutch Children’s Ombudsman, The Hague; The Netherlands
Judical issues in Child Abuse Rein Odink, District Court of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Coffee break Forensic interviewing
Thomas Lyon, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; USA
Reading the medical literature: the use and abuse of published literature
Christopher Greeley, University of Texas at Houston; USA
12:30
lunch
16:30 Welcome reception
Focus sessions, simultaneous
13:30 - 16:30
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
EBM: Informing the diagnosis of Abusive Head Trauma
Sabine Maguire, Cardiff University, Cardiff; United Kingdom
EBM: the diagnostic process of bruises and burns
Alison Kemp, Cardiff University, Cardiff; United Kingdom
Tea break
Focus session: two articles which will be analysed
Christopher Greeley, University of Texas at Houston; USA
13:30
14:15
Aspects of child sexual victimization
15:00
15:30
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
Medical aspects of physical abuse and neglect Evidence base of signs & symptoms in child sexual abuse
Sonja Brilleslijper, Emma Children’s Hospital / AMC Amsterdam; the Netherlands
Evidence base of physical signs & symptoms in child sexual abuse
Wouter Karst, Netherlands Forensic Institute, the Hague; the Netherlands
Tea break
Scientific session
Psychotrauma: diagnostics and treatment Effects of chronic traumatization in families
Danny Brom, Israel Center for the treatment of Psychotrauma, Jerusalem; Israël
Asking children about their reactions to abuse: Why and how
Thomas Lyon, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; USA
Tea break
Scientific session
Capita selecta: prevention
Prevention of abuse & neglect in young families through homevisits
Alfons Crijnen, De Waag - forensic psychiatry, Amsterdam; the Netherlands
Effects of PCIT in prevention of child abuse
Marielle Abrahamse, AMC - De Bascule, Amsterdam; the Netherlands
Tea break
Scientific session
Capita selecta: neurobiology
Genetic and epigenetic factors in the consequences of child abuse
Christel Middeldorp, GGZ inGeest, VUmc, Amsterdam; the Netherlands
Scars in the brain caused by emotional abuse and neglect
Bernet Elzinga, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden; the Netherlands
Tea break
Scientific session
day 2
22 May 2014
General topics
09:00 - 12.15
09:00
09:05
09:50
10:35
11:05
11:40
Opening and welcome
Communication
Peter Adriaenssens, University Hospital Leuven, Leuven; Belgium
The integration of perpetrator and victim treatment
Sander van Arum, De Waag - forensic psychiatry, Utrecht; the Netherlands
Coffee break
Victims & perpetrators, healthcare & justice. How to coordinate
the approach of sexual violence against children?
Corinne Dettmeijer, Dutch National Rapporteur, the Hague; the Netherlands
Introduction NESPCAN
Peter van der Linden, NESPCAN, Utrecht; the Netherlands
11:45 Presentation ISPCAN and NESPCAN
Jenny Gray & Francien Lamers-Winkelman,
Dip Family Therapy, Dip Higher Education and Training & VU Medical
Center, Amsterdam; UK & the Netherlands
12:30
lunch
16:30
IPSCAN - NEPSCAN
European meeting with ISPCAN-members and the dutch
NESPCAN-members and interested participants
host: Peter van der Linden, NESPCAN, Utrecht; the Netherlands
Focus sessions,
13:30 - 16:45
simultaneous
Medical aspects of physical abuse and neglect
Aspects of child sexual victimization
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
Child abuse detection at Emergency Rooms
Elise van de Putte & Rian Teeuw, UMC Utrecht & AMC Amsterdam; the Netherlands
To be discussed
to be discussed
Tea break
Scientific session
Child pornography
Erwin van Eijk, Netherlands Forensic Institute, the Hague; the Netherlands
Nationwide implementation of Centers for Sexual Assault
Iva Bicanic, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht; the Netherlands
Tea break
Scientific session
Psychotrauma: diagnostics and treatment
Applying ‘Signs of Safety’ in risk assessment and treatment
Linda Vogtländer, Forensic Care Specialists, Utrecht; the Netherlands
Treatment and judgement of parenthood in a clinical setting
Cecil Prins; GGZ Drenthe, Assen; the Netherlands
Tea break
Scientific session
Capita selecta: ethics
Capita selecta: institutional abuse
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
13:30
14:15
15:00
15:30
From the family perspective
Dik Willems, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam; the Netherlands
A professional-ethical perspective on child abuse and neglect
Jos Koole & Mariëtte van den Hoven, Ethics Institute Utrecht; the Netherlands
Tea break
Scientific session
Abuse in mental institutions
Catrien Bijleveld, VU Medical Center, Amsterdam; the Netherlands
Abuse of deaf people
Martina Ens, Preparing for Life, Oegstgeest, the Netherlands
Tea break
Scientific session
Focus sessions,
09:00 - 12.15
09:00
09:45
10:30
11:00
09:00
09:45
10:30
11:00
09:00
09:45
10:30
11:00
09:00
09:45
10:30
11:00
09:00
09:45
10:30
11:00
simultaneous
Medical aspects of physical abuse and neglect
Bayes theorem & interpretation of medical findings
Wouter Karst & Huub Nijs, Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Hague; the Netherlands
Multi-victimization or neglect as a chronic form of abuse
Tessa Sieswerda, Emma Children’s Hospital AMC, Amsterdam; the Netherlands
Coffee break
Scientific session
Aspects of child sexual victimization
The psychological & sexual effects of FGM on child and woman
Suaad Abdulrehman, Medical Practice Sexology, Hilversum; the Netherlands
Multi-victimization or neglect as a chronic form of abuse
Staffan Janson, Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden
Coffee break
Scientific session
Psychotrauma: diagnostics and treatment
To be discussed
To be discussed
Invisble victims
Esma Lahlah, Intervict Tilburg University, Tilburg; the Netherlands
Coffee break
Scientific session
Capita selecta: judicial issues
Child abuse: a human rights issue
Wilma Duijst, GGD IJsselland, Nijmegen; the Netherlands
Child rights
Mariëlle Bruning, AMC - De Bascule, Amsterdam; the Netherlands
Coffee break
Scientific session
Capita selecta: childabuse in different cultures
Child abuse and cultural influences... are we ruled by perception?
Annik Lampo, University Hospital Brussels, Brussels; Belgium
Child abuse in Surinam
Toby Graafsma, University of Surinam, Parimaribo; Surinam
Coffee break
Scientific session
day 3
23 May 2014
12:00 lunch
Plenary Session
13:00 - 16.30
13:00
13:45
15:00
15:00
15:45
Prevention and treatment of emotional abuse
Danya Glaser, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London; United Kingdom
To be discussed
Kevin Browne, University of Notthingham, Notthingham; United Kingdom
Tea break
Neurobiological and behavioral effects of child abuse and
structural neglect
Rien van IJzendoorn, Leiden University Medical Center; the Netherlands
Word of goodbye
Organizing Committee
Accreditations
Accreditation is requested from:
• The European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)UEMS
• Nederlandse Vereniging voor Kindergeneeskunde
• Beroepsregister van Agogisch en Maatschappelijk werkers
• NvvP Nederlandse Vereniging voor Psychiatrie
• NIP-Eerstelijnspsychologie
• Accreditatie Bureau Sociale Geneeskunde
• Kwaliteitsregister V&VN
• Verpleegkundig Specialisten Register
• Federatie van Gezondheidszorgpsychologen (FGzP)
• NIP Kinder- en Jeugdpsycholoog (K&J)/NVO Orthopedagoog-
Generalist (OG)
Registration
The registration fee for EUCCAN is: Full participation (scientific program 3 days)
Attendance scientific program 1 day
Early
Standard
until 1 Febr ’14
until 21 May ’14
€ 565 € 245 Please note that your admission ticket is personal and therefore
non-transferrable.
Group discount
Three or more participants from the same organisation (with simultaneous registration and payment) qualify for a discount of € 20 per
person.
The registration fee covers:
• Welcome reception on 21 May 2014
• Access to plenary lectures and presentations in the parallel
sessions
• Coffee/tea and refreshments during the breaks
• Lunches
• Conference documentation
The registration fee does not cover:
• Accommodation
• Travel expenses
• Dinners
• Excursions
Registration form
All delegates are required to register for the 2nd European Conference on Child
Abuse and Neglect (EUCCAN) by completing the Registration form and paying the
appropriate registration fee (in Euro’s). After completing the form click the ‘send’
button. You will receive a confirmation email and invoice from SCEM.
Your registration will be secured on receipt of your payment. Outstanding payments
will be collected at the start of the conference (the standard registration fee will
be applicable). If needed SCEM ([email protected]) will help you with the supporting
documents i.e. letter of invitation.
Onsite Registration
Participants registering onsite cannot be guaranteed to receive all congress documents. Therefore, please arrive early if you wish to register onsite.
€ 670
€ 315
21 May 21 mei
Youth and Vice Squad Nederlandstalig
parallel symposium parallel symposium
during EUCCAN tijdens EUCCAN
Especially for Youth and Vice Squad a parallel symposium will be
organised on 21 May 2014. The spoken language is Dutch.
Registration fee: € 75,- also entry for the morning program of
EUCCAN on 21 May.
Speciaal voor medewerkers Jeugd- en zedenpolitie, medewerkers
Raad voor Kinderbescherming, Officieren van Justitie, advocaten etc.
wordt op 21 mei 2014 tijdens het EUCCAN een parallelsymposium
georganiseerd. De voertaal is tijdens deze middag Nederlands.
Inschrijfgeld: € 75,- tevens toegang tot het ochtendprogramma op
21 mei (Engelstalig).
Meer informatie en inschrijving: www.euccan.eu
22 May
Special
European meeting
ISPCAN and NESCAN
This meeting will be organised for ISPCAN members and
(candidate) NESPCAN-members and interested people on
22 May, 16:30 h.
This meeting is free for all participants of EUCCAN.
NeSPCAN
Netherlands Society for the Prevention
of Child Abuse and Neglect
Location
De Meervaart
Meer en vaart 300
1068 LE Amsterdam
the Netherlands
Tel: +31(0)20.4107720
Email: [email protected]
Public transport
By train:
• Central Station or NS station Amsterdam Lelylaan, + tram 1 or 17,
see below
• Railway Station Amsterdam Sloterdijk, + bus 19 or 192, see below
By tram or bus:
• Tram 1, direction Osdorp (stop: Meer en Vaart; 2 minutes walk)
• Tram 17, direction Osdorp (stop: Ruimzicht; in front of entrance)
• Bus number 68 or 192 direction Osdorp (stop: Ruimzicht; in front
of entrance)
By car:
consult www.meervaart.nl or your route planner
the nearest car park: Q-park, Osdorpplein
Accommodation
Participants are requested to make their own hotel room reservations. EUCCAN has a partnership with RAI Hotel & Travel Service.
For more information:
www.euccan.eu or send an email to [email protected]
Personal Notes
21-23 May 2014
Amsterdam
the Netherlands
EUCCAN
EUropean Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
www.euccan.eu
design: Inge Kos, [email protected]
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