Thursday, 06 September 2018 13:26

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Abstract Submission

Although the 2019 International Symposium on Shaken Baby Syndrome in Sydney, Australia is an invited only program, we will be accepting abstract submissions for poster presentations. 

All contact information must be included as well as a thorough biography. The abstract will need to be submitted as a separate document with a word minimum of 150 words and a maximum of 1000. It must be in a word or PDF format. Please note: presentations with commercial interest will not be accepted.

Accepted abstract presenters will be responsible for own travel and registration costs. Co-authors presenting must also register for the conference.

The abstract submission form will be available until April 1,2019. Accepted poster presentations will be contacted the first part of May 2019.

Any questions can be directed to Danielle Vázquez at (801) 447-9360 ext. 111 or .

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Published in 2019 Sydney
Friday, 28 June 2019 10:12

2020 Philadelphia Abstract

Abstracts

The NCSBS is now accepting abstracts for workshops and poster presentations. 

The program planning committee is looking for abstracts to present from the following areas of expertise: 

  • Latest medical diagnostic and treatment of SBS/AHT cases
  • Investigative and legal procedures and techniques
  • Evidence-based and creative SBS/AHT prevention initiatives and programs
  • Support for families and rehabilitation for victims of SBS/AHT

The submission form is now open and will be available until February 28th. Please ensure your abstract is very detailed with a minimum of 150 words. Accepted submissions will be notified in the late Spring. Please note: presenters of accepted abstracts will be required to register for the conference. If you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact Danielle Vázquez, Conference Director, at .

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Published in 2020 Philadelphia
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 10:16

2018 Orlando

Sixteenth International Conference

The Sixteenth International Conference on Shaken Baby Syndrome was another tremendous conference. This bi-annual event was held in Orlando, Florida on September 16, 17, 18, 2018 at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel. With over 60 sessions, this conference focused on the latest medical diagnostic innovations, investigative and legal procedures and techniques, evidence-based and creative SBS/AHT prevention programs and support for victim families.

The conference started with an extremely educational presentation by Dr. Andrew Baker, “Detection, Documentation, and Interpretation of Fractures in the Deceased Infant and Small Child: The Autopsy Perspective. This presentation provided useful guidelines to utilize radiographical skeletal surveys in pediatric autopsies. The conference concluded with a presentation from physicians, Dr. Stephen Boos and Dr. Daniel Lindberg, and prosecutors, Erica Kallin and Matthew Torbenson. The panel provided a close examination of the common diagnoses discussed in the court system to dispute AHT symptoms and injuries by featuring a mock trial with expert testimony highlighting important dos and don’ts as well as useful cross examination techniques.

In addition to the superb line-up of workshop presentations, the conference featured the always popular Basics Track for legal professionals. A majority of these sessions were recorded and will be available for future viewing through the NCSBS online training modules at training.dontshake.org.

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The NCSBS is hosting a 2-day International Symposium on Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma on September 16th and 17th, 2019 in Sydney. The symposium will feature presentations on the latest medical diagnosis and treatment of SBS/AHT cases, multidisciplinary approaches, prevention efforts from around the world, and investigative procedures. Learn more about the symposium at: https://www.dontshake.org/2019-sydney

2019 Australia Symposium

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