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Am J Dis Child. 1971;121(1):85-86. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1971.02100120121025.
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Battered Child.—The Second Annual Institute on Social Problems/Seminar on Child Abuse will present reports about the current trends in treatment of abusing parents and victimized children over a two-day period. There will be special group panel discussions to be led by interdisciplinary specialists and involving the participants in the seminar. The speakers will include Brandt Steele, MD, Psychiatrist, University of Colorado Medical Center; Judge James Delaney, 17th Judicial District Court, Brighton, Colo; and Leontine Young, PhD, Executive Director, Child Service Association, Newark, NJ. The seminar will be sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas, in affiliation with local agencies. The seminar will be held January 14 through 15, 1971. For further information write Mrs. Janet Martin, State Department of Public Welfare, 2nd Floor, Old Courthouse, Dallas 75202.

American Academy of Pediatrics Postgraduate Course.—The American Academy of Pediatrics will cosponsor a


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