DUSON Faculty, Student and Alumnae Present at NNVAWI in Canada

Several members of the DUSON community presented at the 22nd International Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International  (NNVAWI) conference in Ontario, Canada. 

PhD student Jiepin Cao and Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda presented a poster entitled "Risk and protective factors associated with intimate partner violence against women in China: A systematic review." Additionally, Cao received the student poster award for this poster. 

PhD alumna Elizabeth Reeves and Janice Humphreys gave a podium presentation entitled "Using Photovoice to Explore the Healthcare Experiences and Strategies of Survivors of Violence."

PhD alumna Deanna Befus and colleagues gave a podium presentation entitled "Structural Violence: Identification and Nursing Response."

Gonzalez-Guarda and colleague gave a podium presentation entitled "Service needs and engagement among victims of human trafficking."

Gonzalez-Guarda, PhD student Jiepin Cao, Janice Humphreys and colleagues gave a podium presentation entitled "Developing a smartphone application to prevent intimate partner violence among young Latino immigrants in the U.S."

This conference provides a forum for nurses, social workers, counselors, physicians, advocates, community activists, policy makers and researchers to share their work and engage in dialogue about innovations in research, practice, education and policy that support action to create a violence-free world.  

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