Child maltreatment and domestic violence are universal health issues that cause immense individual suffering. It affects all layers of our society and no country or region is immune to it. We invite you to join us in Doha, Qatar to investigate approaches to preventing violence against children based on scientific knowledge and research. Sidra Child Advocacy Program, Qatar and ISPCAN have joined hands to spread awareness and make lives of these children and their families better by working together with communities, organizations, and networks.
On behalf of both our organizations we sincerely welcome you.
Prof. Khalid Al Ansari & Dr. Tufail Muhammad
Sidra Medicine Advocacy Program & ISPCAN
Private and government education staff.
Medical staff and forensic experts who are involved in child care.
School and university students over the age of 10.
Lawyers, police, human rights workers, judges, Law makers, and other members of the legal sector
Social workers and therapists
Government and non-governmental charitable organizations.
Married or planning to marry.
Graduate and postgraduate students from the school of law, social science, medicine, psychology, nursing, police or any other specialties.
This activity is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Category 1) as defined by the Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners- Accreditation Department and is approved for a maximum of 20.75 hours. Accredited by (ACCME), (ACPE), (ANCC),
English ⇌ Arabic
Instant translation services will be made available during the event