When It’s Not Her Choice: Reproductive Health and Violence
A Breakfast Presentation by Linda Chamberlain, Ph.D. MPH
Oct 11, 2010
from 09:00 am to 11:00 am
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Breakfast (to be provided) from 9:00-9:25 am, presentation at 9:30 am
$10 suggested donation, with all proceeds going to The Center for Women and Families
Reproductive health and violence is an emerging topic within the field of intimate partner violence that has major implications for family planning, perinatal programs, STI/HIV programs, and reproductive health services.
Co-sponsored by Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness // University of Louisville Women’s and Gender Studies Department // Kentucky Domestic Violence Association Training Institute
BIP and Social Work CEUs available (provided by Kentucky Domestic Violence Association Training Institute). CEUs for nurses and CMEs for physicians are pending.
Dr. Linda Chamberlain, an epidemiologist specializing in childhood exposure to violence, traumatic brain development, and adolescent brain development, is the founding director of the Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project and a consultant for the Family Violence Prevention Fund. An internationally renowned keynote speaker, Dr. Chamberlain is known for her ability to translate science into practical information with diverse audiences. She holds faculty appointments at the University of Alaska and Johns Hopkins University, and Dr. Chamberlain earned her public health degree from Yale School of Medicine and her doctorate from Johns Hopkins.