​Identification and Management of Childhood Exposure to Violence & Trauma
  • Gain awareness of ACEs and the role multiple exposures can play in current and future health of children and families
  • Help providers address ACEs/trauma in the pediatric setting
  • Develop communication techniques to screen for and discuss ACEs and trauma with patients and families
Intended Participants
Pediatric and family medicine providers and clinical staff
Principal Faculty
Stephen Digiovanni, MD, Pediatrician, Director, Outpatient Clinics, Maine Medical Center
Rebecca Hoffmann-Frances, LMFT, Director, Clinical Innovation, Maine Behavioral Healthcare
Rebecca Brown, LCSW, Clinical Coordinator, Maine Behavioral Healthcare 
Series of educational videos and measured learning questions with multiple choice questions
​Completion Time
 Approximately 30 minutes
Commercial Support
There is no commercial support (sponsorship) for this CME Program.

​Continuing Medical Education Credits
Maine Medical Center will provide one AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM to participants who have successfully completed this education module. For more information related to CME credits, please click here.