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The Nursing Network on Violence Against Women, International

The mission of NNVAWI is to eliminate violence against women by advancing
nursing education, practice, research, and public policy.

Nursing Network on Violence Against Women, International ● March 10, 2018

 

22nd NNVAWI conference update and the myPlan Campus Toolkit

 

Dear Colleagues, the conference committee have received a record number of quality abstracts for our September #NNVAWI2018 conference. These abstracts are currently being reviewed. Notification of offers to present, along with conference registration information will be available very soon.

Further conference information on the NNVAWI website.

The committee look forward to seeing you all at

NNVAWI 22nd Conference

Sept 26 - 28, 2018

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada

 

 

A message from Professor Nancy Glass

myPlan Campus Toolkit

 

We need your help to make students safer.

 

Dear Colleagues and Friends: We have spent the past 10 years developing and testing myPlan, an innovative resource for college and university campuses to respond to dating violence.  See our short video here.

 

myPlan is an online tool designed to help students who may be experiencing dating violence evaluate their safety, make decisions, and connect to campus and community services. It’s also for friends who want to support someone they are concerned may be in an abusive relationship.

 

Backed by research from multiple NIH funded trials, myPlan can support student safety, is private, personalized for each situation, and completely free. It can be accessed online or via a downloadable smartphone app at myPlanApp.org

 

Will you help us ensure myPlan gets into the hands of students who need it most?

 

To help promote myPlan on campuses, we want to get the word out about the myPlan Campus Toolkit: a resource hub for campus staff, faculty, administrators, and student leaders. Here they’ll find a range of shareable tools to help raise awareness about this resource.

 

Here are a few ways YOU can help today:

 

  • Send info about the myPlan Campus Toolkit to your email networks and/or listservs
  • Post a link to the myPlan Campus Toolkit on your website(s)
  • Share the myPlan Campus Toolkit link on Facebook and other social media channels
  • Include info about the myPlan Campus Toolkit in an upcoming newsletter or other outreach to campus networks

 

* Find a few example posts to use.

 

#myPlanApp is a new safety planning tool designed for college students to identify the warning signs of an unhealthy or abusive relationship. Use myPlan to evaluate risk, create a safety plan, connect to resources, or support a friend experiencing abuse. Explore the myPlan Campus Toolkit; a free resource hub for campus staff, administrators, and student leaders to get the word out about myPlan on campus! myPlanApp.org/colleges

 

myPlan is a new mobile app designed for college students to identify, navigate, and connect to resources for a range of relationship abuse concerns. Designed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, myPlan is private, personalized for each situation, and completely free.

 

Checkout the myPlan Campus Toolkit; a resource hub for campus staff, administrators, and student leaders to get the word out about myPlan on your campus!

 

 

Most sincerely,

Nancy Glass, PhD, MPH, RN

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing 

 

 

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HEALTH-MELBOURNE CONFERENCE

 

The Safer Families CRE has officially opened the Call for Abstracts for its inaugural International Domestic Violence and Health Conference 2018: Sustainable Change in the Health Sector to be held in Melbourne on November 21-22, 2018.  

The Conference Committee invites abstracts with a focus on ‘Sustainable Change in the Health Sector’ for early intervention and first line response to domestic violence. Abstracts can be submitted under one of the program themes:

  1. Early intervention in the health sector for the whole family.
  2. Dynamics and complexity of abuse and resilience.
  3. Culture, kinship and connection: strong and safe families.
  4. Pathways for listening and responding to children and young people. 

The CRE is particularly encouraging the submission of abstracts that translate knowledge into action for positive change. Successful authors will be offered one of a number of presentation formats. Proposed communication formats that are dynamic, interactive and innovative are encouraged!

For abstract guidelines, and to submit an abstract click here.

For any enquiries or support regarding submissions, please contact simone.gleeson@unimelb.edu.au


Conference registrations will open 27 April, 2018.

 


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