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Syndrome du bébé secoué (SBS)

The anger meter (Thermometer de la colère©)

The objective of the anger meter is to prevent the physical abuse of young children (0 to 5 years) through effective anger management. This tool enables health care professionals to raise awareness and set the minds of parents at ease on the topic of anger. The thermometer enables a person to determine the process by which anger manifests and allows them to ultimately find their own anger management strategies.

To use this helpful tool in your interventions, you can obtain the user’s manual, information leaflet for health care and social services professionals, and a poster at (514) 345-3866 or by contacting your CLSC.

Training on CD-Rom for professionals

The objective of this CD-Rom is to facilitate the transfer and acquisition of new knowledge about non-accidental head trauma in children, better known as SBS. Based on an extensive literature review on SBS, the summaries contained on the CD-Rom are presented as scientific texts. The fundamental notions of these summaries were formulated in a way that provide illustrations of their content.

The anatomy and the biomechanics of the injuries are presented with images, using original anatomical boards accompanied by 3-dimensional animations. The CD-Rom is user friendly, making its scientific data accessible to everyone.

Professionals who are called in to assist with children at risk of child abuse will find this CD-Rom of great interest, whether they are health care, social services or legal professionals.

Medical professionals (specialist doctors in pediatrics, neurosurgery, radiology, ophthalmology, and pathology) can also access highly specialized information.

To obtain the CD-Rom

Please contact the

514-345-3866

or

514-345-4681

 

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