Charles Wilson to Speak at Child Protection Summit

Among the many incredible presenters expected at the 2015 Child Protection Summit where we will be exhibiting this week is Charles Wilson, the accomplished Executive Director of the Chadwick Center for Children and Families.  The Chadwick Center is one of the largest child advocacy and trauma treatment centers in the country, and its multidisciplinary approach involves doctors, nurses, social workers, and people from a variety of disciplines to contribute to the welfare of children.

Wilson will be presenting at the summit this week as part of a workshop entitled “The Fundamentals That Leaders Should Consider About Implementation of Evidenced Based Practices” which will focus on how leaders can implement a plan to educate the welfare system as thoroughly as possible on child trauma.

We are proud to count Wilson among our many contributors, and to one of our most crucial works.  Our Child Fatality Review and Child Fatality Review Quick Reference are an unfortunate necessity.  The only books on the market of their kind, these books offer a multidisciplinary approach to create a comprehensive guide for Child Fatality Review teams, helping them solve the unexplained deaths of children and prevent the death of countless more.  Wilson’s focus on multiple disciplines working together throughout his career is part of what makes these resources so unique and so thoroughly helpful in making breakthroughs in child safety.

We will be exhibiting these books and many others at the conference, which will be held at the JW Marriot Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida from September 9th-11th.  You can register here.


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