In the United States, an estimated 1,000 - 3,000 children are shaken each year. Shaken baby syndrome (SBS) can cause permanent brain damage or can be fatal. Signs of shaken baby syndrome are hard to detect, and may go unnoticed by caregivers and unrecognized by providers. The information provided in this course will help you to understand shaken baby syndrome and provide you with information to educate parents and caregivers on the dangers of shaking young children. This course will allow you to examine the causes of shaken baby syndrome, recognize signs and symptoms of babies and toddlers that have been shaken, and recommend alternative strategies to parents and caregivers. Throughout the course, interactive quizzes and detailed case vignettes will allow you to apply the material that you are reviewing, and at the end of the course, a post-test will allow you to evaluate areas of strength. This course is designed for health care professionals who work with children and families in long-term care facilities, outpatient/ambulatory settings, non-profits, and public health agencies.