Asylum Network Training, September 21 & 22, 2013
PHR’s Asylum Program is Conducting Two Fall Training Sessions
Seasoned forensic medical evaluators and legal experts will provide health professionals with the skills necessary to document evidence of torture and other human rights abuses for people fleeing persecution. These physical and psychological evaluations can help survivors rebuild their lives safely in the U.S.
- Physicians, psychologists, and licensed clinical social workers
- Residents, interns, and medical students
- Immigration attorneys interested in use of medical forensic evaluations
Meet and network with other health professionals and attorneys dedicated to assisting survivors and learn how you, too, can join the effort!
Introduction to Physical and Psychological Documentation of Trauma: Aiding Immigrant
Advanced Forensic Training for Experienced Volunteers: Techniques for Increased Effectiveness of Evaluations and Testimony
For evaluators who have attended a basic training or who have exceptional experience providing forensic medical evaluations.
Sunday September 22, 2013
How to Register:
Tuition for each of these unique, all-day seminars is $125/day.
Each day includes lunch, two coffee breaks, and training materials. CME certificates will be provided at the end of the training day.
Register for both days at a special discounted price of $200.
Registration will close when we have reached capacity for the event, so be sure to sign up now!
For more information, please contact asylum [at] phrusa [dot] org, or call 617-301-4248.