Asylum Network Training, April 27, 2013 UT Health Science Center Academic and Administration Building
Introduction to Physical and Psychological Documentation of
Aiding Immigrant Survivors of
Torture and Other Human Rights Abuses
Registration is now closed. For further information or for possible late registration, email asylum [at] phrusa [dot] org, or call 617-301-4248.
Saturday, April 27, 2013, 8:30 am - 6 pm UT Health Science Center Academic and Administration Building San Antonio, Texas
This activity has been approved for 7.0 AMA
PRA Category 1 Credits™
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 in their home countries. These
physical and psychological evaluations can help survivors rebuild their lives safely in the US.
Human rights, asylum law, and the role of health professionals in the immigration process
Detention of immigrants
Evaluating and documenting the physical and psychological sequelae of torture and other human rights abuses, including domestic violence
Effective affidavit writing and providing oral testimony in Immigration Court
practices between health professionals and attorneys working with immigrants
Physicians, psychologists, and licensed clinical social workers
Residents, interns, and medical students
Immigration attorneys interested in use of medical forensic evaluations
Meet other health professionals and attorneys dedicated to assisting
survivors and learn how you, too, can join the effort!
for this unique, all-day seminar is $125 and includes lunch, two coffee breaks, and training materials.
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.