Penn State Plans Conference on Childhood Sexual Abuse

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Penn State has announced it will host a national conference on child sexual abuse at the end of October. The event is entitled “Traumatic Impact, Prevention, and Intervention.” WPSU’s Emily Reddy talked with Kate Staley, a researcher in Penn State's Justice Center for Research and the co-organizer of the conference. (Photo by Patrick Mansell)

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John Rosenberger, MD
New York, NY
Aug 25, 2012

Kudos for Dr Staley and NPR for providing this information regarding the conference on ‘child sexual abuse’. Excellent presentation, being both comprehensive and succinct. I don’t know if this is only a local presentation in the State College region, but I do hope it gets nation-wide exposure, because child sexual abuse, as Dr. Staley notes, is a national problem, under addressed and poorly understood.
John Rosenberger MD

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