This webinar will focus on some of the key transgender inclusions in the National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations, case examples of medical advocacy with transgender survivors, and discussion of unique differences (both challenges and solutions) in providing care and advocacy to transgender survivors. Guest presenters include Kim Day (IAFN) and Eric Stiles (NSVRC).
EVAWI developed a free training module and hosted a webinar to provide guidance on how to successfully investigate sexual assaults against people with disabilities.The course module offers 18 hours of continuing education units for those who are eligible. Access the course through their Online Training Institute.
You can access a recorded version of the webinar and obtain a copy of the slides through their webinar archive.
This course presents an evidence-based public health approach to preventing intimate partner and sexual violence against women. It provides an overview of the scale of the problem, its consequences and costs, risk and protective factors for intimate partner and sexual violence, and the importance of intimate partner and sexual violence primary prevention strategies. Course materials include a facilitators guide and 9 modules.
This course provides an introduction to the collection of data, analysis and dissemination of research and reporting findings to prevent and control injury. It promotes data collection practices in places where accurate information is not yet available. The course materials include a facilitator's guide and 7 modules.
This 1.5 hour webinar provides information on creating comprehensive campaigns about sexual violence that meet the unique needs of your rural community. Presenters offer an overview of key outreach strategies and discuss available resources.
The presenter of the webinar shares services that are available to students on a college campus, unique reporting options, challenges and issues pertinent to college students and those advocating for them, and how a local sexual assault program has developed an ongoing relationship with a university in the area.
Primary prevention educator Amy Loftus discusses a program developed to prevent the perpetration of sexual violence. Her nine-session program is presented in local high schools. She also discusses tips and challenges to educating on the prevention of sexual violence in high schools. The slides for this presentation and some other resources are available for download.
This webinar recording is part of the World Health Organization's Violence and Injury Prevention and Disability (VIP) State of the Art 2010 series. Presented by Rachel Jewkesof the Sexual Violence Research Initiative, the webinar discusses prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence and the health impacts as human rights issues. View the PowerPoint slides for this presenation.
In this webinar presenters discuss creating safe spaces in a counseling and advocacy setting. Learn practical tips for developing a universal approach from experienced trainers and a local, Pennsylvania advocate. Handouts from the webinar on LGBT Resources and Community Agencies are also available.
Webinar recording of a presentation discussing research presented by Dr. Felton Earls on the concept of engaging youth in efforts to end violence. Viewing children and adolescents as competent partners in understanding, preventing, and overcoming violence.
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