October 25, 8am-5pm
OU-Tulsa Learning Center, Room 231 (4502 E 41 St, Tulsa, OK 74135)
8 hours CME pending approval, CEUs available on request
Lauren Conway, DO, is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Pediatrics at The University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, Tulsa. Dr. Conway received her Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa in 2011. She then completed a residency in general pediatrics, a chief residency in pediatrics, and fellowship in Child Abuse Pediatrics at the University Of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. Dr. Conway is board certified through the American Board of Pediatrics in general pediatrics and child abuse pediatrics. Dr. Conway is the associate clerkship director for pediatrics and is the medical director of Fostering Hope, a foster care clinic. She takes part in quality improvement and research activities involving child maltreatment and outcomes. Dr. Conway is involved in the clinical education of learners of a multitude of backgrounds including nursing and medical students, and resident and fellow physicians. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Conway is a member of The University of Tulsa Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Advisory Board and mentors undergraduate students interested in medicine. She is a scholar member of the Ray Helfer Society, an honorary society for physicians specializing in child abuse. Dr. Conway lectures on child abuse and neglect at the local, state, and national levels.
Michael Baxter, DO, is an assistant professor with the Department of Pediatrics with the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. Dr. Baxter received his Doctor of Osteopathy from Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa in 2015. He then completed a general pediatric residency in 2008 then a child abuse pediatric fellowship in 2010. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in both general pediatrics and child abuse pediatrics. Dr. Baxter is the current medical director of the child abuse pediatric clinic at the Children’s Advocacy Center for Tulsa County. He is also the program director for the School of Community Medicine’s Child Abuse Pediatric fellowship. He has published research on Adverse Child Experiences & Hope as well as authored a book chapter on Child Physical Abuse. Dr. Baxter routinely lectures on child maltreatment topics at regional & international conferences. He is involved in the didactic & clinical education of nursing students, physician assistant students, & medical students from every level. He is a member of the Oklahoma Children’s Justice Act Advisory Task Force & has served on the Oklahoma Board of Child Abuse Examiners, the Tulsa Child Death Review Board, and Child Abuse Training & Coordination Council. Dr. Baxter’s clinical involvement includes the child abuse pediatric clinic, inpatient consultations for both Saint Francis Children’s Hospital & Ascension Saint John’s Hospital, and the OU-SoCM Fostering Hope Clinic at Youth Services of Tulsa.
Mary Ellen Stockett, MD, a Child Abuse Pediatrician and Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Stockett is board-certified in Pediatrics and Child Abuse Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics. She has 20 years of experience in teaching and providing clinical services to maltreated children in Florida and now in Oklahoma.
Matt Stillwell is the Administrator for Oklahoma’s Statewide computerized Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System designed to track all sexual assault kits used to collect evidence of sexual assault. Mr. Stillwell previously served as a commissioned peace officer and Criminalist with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation for 25 years, where he retired as the Bureau’s Toxicology technical manager. Mr. Stillwell has made numerous presentations to professional groups and conferences in the area of forensic science and has published several peer reviewed articles on the subject of drug-facilitated sexual assault. A native of Oklahoma, Mr. Stillwell received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and his graduate degrees in Forensic Toxicology and Criminal Justice from the University of Florida and University of Central Oklahoma, respectively.
Chris Leamon began his law enforcement career in Oklahoma with the Miami Police Department in 1999. In 2003, Leamon was promoted to Criminal Investigator and was assigned to Child Crimes. Leamon worked on criminal investigations and was a member of the 4-State Major Crimes Squad. In 2004, Leamon assisted with the creation of a MDT approach Child Abuse Investigative Team for Ottawa and Delaware Counties. In 2014, LEAMON joined the OSBI and was an OSBI Resident Agent for Northeast Oklahoma. In 2017, LEAMON transferred to the ICAC Unit and in 2022, Leamon became a member of the newly created OSBI Sexual Assault Unit. Leamon has completed many advanced trainings in Sexual Assaults and Crimes against Children, to include physical abuse, sexual abuse, and technology facilitated crimes. Leamon has created and facilitated many advanced law enforcement training programs and academies to help train the next generation of criminal investigators.