The Intersection of Domestic Violence and HIV: Practice Tips and Information

The American Bar Association AIDS Coordinating Committee is hosting a multidisciplinary teleconference on the intersection of domestic violence and HIV.  It will take place on February 27th from 12-1pm ET. Looks like you’ll need to email them for call-in info since it isn’t on the announcement. It specifically states that the teleconference is meant for healthcare, legal and social work practitioners, so should be pretty relevant.

From the announcement:

Teleconference Series on Women and HIV/AIDS

Audience: Service Providers in the Legal, Medical, and Social Work Communities, and Persons Living with HIV

Purpose: To serve as a conduit for best practices to service providers and affected persons/communities

Format: Interactive – speaker presentations followed by audience Q&A

 

The Intersection of Domestic Violence and HIV:
Practice Tips and Information

Margaret Drew
Margaret Drew Consulting
Former Professor and Director, Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic
University of Cincinnati College of Law
Cincinnati, OH

Leslie Kline Capelle
Senior Attorney Advisor
Social Security Office of Disability, Adjudication & Review
Los Angeles, CA
(Participating in her personal capacity)

Linda J. Koenig, PhD, MS
Associate Deputy Director, Behavioral/Social Science
Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Atlanta, GA

CONTACT
American Bar Association
AIDS Coordinating Committee
740 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
T: 202/662-1025
F: 202/662-1031
E-mail: aidsproject@americanbar.org

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