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Community Reads

Community Reads are partnerships between Eccles Health Sciences Library and the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion.

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Intimate Partner Violence

October 13, 20, 27, 2020

 @ NOON via Zoom

Welcome to our October 2020 session of Community Read! We're excited to start virtually meeting with you. We'll have different reading and media material for each session,feel free to join in whenever you are able! Sessions qualify for attendance credit for Nursing and Dental faculty as well as CME credit.

SCHEDULE

Tuesday, October 13, 2020 – IPV and Effects on Health. Facilitator: Dr. Leslie Halpern  

Tuesday, October 20, 2020IPV and Race. Facilitator: Dr. Annie Fukushima

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WEEK 1 (Tues, Oct 13th): IPV and Effects on Health

Facilitator: Leslie R. Halpern, MPH, DDS, MA, MPhil, MD, PhD

 

SLIDES for this SESSION:

  • IPV and Health Effects:

 

PRIMARY READING:


WEEK 2 (Tues, Oct 20th): IPV and Race

Facilitator: Annie Isabel Fukushima, Ph.D.

 

SLIDES for this SESSION:

 

PRIMARY READING: 

 

SECONDARY READINGS: 


 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

  • Violence Against Women: Changing Perspective - During the months of March and April 2019, EHSL focused its programming on Violence Against Women – Changing Perspective. Throughout these two months EHSL hosted several events to bring attention to the reality of violence against women in our community through different perspectives. An exhibit from the National Library of Medicine focused on the history of domestic violence and the role of nurses making a difference. There was an opportunity to participate in creating a gallery of t-shirts as evidence of the epidemic of violence against women; a lecture showed how virtual reality is being used to combat domestic violence by putting the perpetrator in the role of the victim; an opportunity was available to see how virtual reality is changing the perspective in many disciplines; and a panel presentation was given by local experts who discussed violence against women in our community.   These resources are described and linked here: https://library.med.utah.edu/blog/eccles/2019/03/01/violence-against-women-changing-perspective/#resources