Over at the Tribal Forensic Healthcare project they are offering a great webinar in time for Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Evolution of the Danger Assessment. Kim Nash will be leading the session, offered on October 18th at 11am ET. From the announcement:
This webinar will provide education in utilizing the Danger Assessment (a tool originally developed by Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell) as part of medical forensic care for the patient who has experienced Intimate Partner Violence. The discussion will include the prevalence of IPV and associated lethality, identify appropriate components of a medical forensic exam for the IPV patient and help the learner understand the Danger Assessment and how to use it effectively in the healthcare setting.
As with all of their sessions, it will be archived, and CEs are available for nurses and physicians. Register for the webinar here.
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