Elaine Cabinum-Foeller, MD, FAAP, is an expert member of the Abusive Head Trauma Policy Analysis Committee for APSAC Center for Child Policy.  She is a board certified pediatrician and board certified child abuse pediatrician.  She has served on the board of North Carolina Professional Society of Abuse of Children in the past and continues to be a member of APSAC and NCPSAC.


Dr. Cabinum-Foeller works as a general pediatrician and a child abuse pediatrician at East Carolina University School of Medicine.  She sees patients with residents and does lectures as requested for all levels of learners.  She has previously been the medical director of the local Children’s Advocacy Center, and continues to testify in court on child abuse cases.


Dr. Cabinum-Foeller is the appointed pediatrician for the state of North Carolina on the North Carolina Child Fatality Task Force and the North Carolina State Child Fatality Prevention Team.  She has served as the co-chair of the Intentional Death Prevention Committee of the NC Child Fatality Task Force since 2012.  She also serves on the Pitt County Child Fatality Prevention Team and the Pitt County Community Child Protection Team.  She has done presentations regarding North Carolina’s Child Fatality Prevention System that has been in place since 1991.


Dr. Cabinum-Foeller has previously served on the North Carolina Institute of Medicine task Force on Essentials for Childhood: Promoting Safe, Stable, and Nurturing Environments to Prevent Child Maltreatment.



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