Here’s a 3-hour, evidence-based training for healthcare providers (nurses, physicians, social workers) on how to screen patients for intimate partner violence, respond helpfully, and connect them with the right resources. Students are welcome and so are domestic violence advocates! The same 3-hour training is being offered on two separate evenings in Columbia (8/28/14 or 9/8/14). Participants can register for whichever date works for them– registration forms are below. Dinner will be provided and CEUS/CMEs are available. This training has been funded by the Verizon Foundation. More info is available in the registration forms below. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org . 8-28-14 Training Info and Registration Form 9-8-14 Training Information and Registration Form
In case you can’t tell, we here at MissouriHCADV are big fans of the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence. They describe themselves best: “MCADSV is a statewide membership coalition of organizations and individuals working to end violence against women and their children through direct services and social and systemic change.” They do great work all across the state of Missouri. We highly, highly recommend that healthcare providers and students become members of MCADSV. Why?
- it’s dirt cheap — $45 for providers, $25 for students– AND potentially tax-deductible as a professional expense if you itemize
- you can put it down on your resume as an organization you belong to (great for students who plan on a career in women’s health, in particular)
- you are stepping up to the plate to show that you support the work that they do
- you get access to incredible resources which will help YOU in your work– FREE trainings, technical assistance, publications, and manuals; discounted conference registration (they have a fantastic annual conference); regular updates on local & national legislation relevant to violence against women.
To join up, visit here: http://www.mocadsv.org/Become%20a%20Member.aspx
To check out their website & online calendar! www.mocadsv.org
You don’t have to join MCADSV to access their excellent trainings… you can just pay for the trainings as a non-member. But since the cost of one training = the cost of annual membership, it’s really much more cost-effective to join, because then you access the trainings for free… Along with all the aforementioned benefits. Here’s a good training coming up:
Register for MCADSV The Basics of Advocacy Fall Course. MCADSV is now offering the basics of domestic violence advocacy in six days of training. You can register for as many or as few dates as you wish. Each training date requires a separate registration. Trainings are offered in pairs of back-to-back days to reduce travel for those attending multiple trainings. This expanded training allows time for in-depth discussion and processing. We hope that attendees who participate in the entire course will build upon prior skills and development with each new section.
Training is held from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. You may register online at www.mocadsv.org/membership at least a week prior to the training. Space is limited to 40. Breakfast and lunch are provided. The workshop is held at the MCADSV Training Center in Jefferson City. There is ample parking. Please see the attached brochure for more information.
- The Nature and Dynamics of Domestic Violence , July 25: Trainer: Laura Zahnd
- The Nature and Dynamics of Sexual Violence, July 26: Trainer: Jennifer Carter
- Core Services: Hotline, Crisis Intervention and Safety Planning, September 26: Trainers: Jennifer Carter and Gail Reynoso
- Prevention as Social Change, September 27: Trainers: Matthew Huffman and Marie Montano
- Cultural Considerations and Program Accessibility, October 24: Trainers: Angela Lucero and Marie Montano
- Core Services: Legal and Medical Advocacy,October 25:Trainers: Kelly Martinez and Gail Reynoso
CEUs or contact hours from The University of Missouri are approved for each individual training as well as the entire course. Attendees will only need to pay the $10 CEU/contact hour fee one time to receive credit for the entire course or any combination of training days!
If you have any questions, please contact MCADSV at (888) 666-1911.
Hmmm…. Interesting!!! Now accepting applications: A UC Denver School of Public Affairs program where you can earn a Certificate in Interpersonal Violence and Health Care (CIVHC for short.) It’s a stand-alone graduate-level certificate– looks like it’s 5 classes and a practicum– which can be taken for academic credit or for continuing education credits. From their website (http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/SPA/BuechnerInstitute/Centers/CenteronDomesticViolence/DegreesandCertificates/CIVHC/Pages/InterpersonalViolenceHealthCare.aspx) :
“The CIVHC program is designed for health care professionals, students of the health sciences and those who want to further their education and training to become health advocates for victims of domestic violence. Conveniently structured for distance learners, the majority of course work is administered through brief intensive periods of study in Denver. This makes the completing the program feasible for a wide audience.”
How do you like that??! Sounds pretty cool. There’s also a certificate for domestic violence studies which is not specifically focused on health & health care.
Injury and violence prevention– including prevention of the consequences of domestic violence — is a key public health goal with a strong foundation of scientific evidence to back it up. If you’d like to learn more about this, and what the CDC is doing about it, consider this Public Health Grand Rounds offering from the National Center on Injury and Prevention Control.
- Free to attend
- Webinars rule… You can do this in your jammies. You don’t even have to brush your teeth!
- Free CE or CME Units for healthcare providers provided
- You can attend it live– January 17th, 2012 at 12 pm — or view the archived webcast anytime.
Target audience: Physicians, nurses, epidemiologists, pharmacists, veterinarians, certified health education specialists, laboratorians, others
- List key measures of burden of disease involving morbidity, mortality, and/or cost.
- Describe evidence-based preventive interventions and the status of their implementations.
- Identify one key prevention science research gap.
- Name one key indicator by which progress and meeting prevention goals is measured.
Good stuff, y’all!!!
Link to presentation: http://www.cdc.gov/about/grand-rounds/archives/2012/January2012.htm
Continuing Education Hours:
Register for free CE/CME credits: http://www2a.cdc.gov/TCEOnline
- The course code is PHGR10.
- After February 17, 2012, the course number will change to WD1640
- The course will be available for continuing education until January 17, 2014.
ALL Continuing Education hours are issued online through the CDC/ATSDR Training & Continuing Education Online system, http://www2a.cdc.gov/TCEOnline. If you have questions, call Learner Support at 1-800-418-7246 (1-800-41TRAIN), or email@example.com.