The Nursing Network on Violence Against Women, International
The mission of NNVAWI is to eliminate violence against women by advancing
Nursing Network on Violence Against Women, International ● January 30, 2015
Updates on the 20th NNVAWI Conference
Dear NNVAWI Member,
The 20th NNVAWI Conference will take place in less than three months on the beautiful Emory University Campus in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The Conference Planning Committee and the Board of Directors is putting together an outstanding program of events, including a pre-conference workshop with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a breakfast for students to meet and network, opportunities to share your work and time to connect with old friends and to meet some new ones!
On behalf of the NNVAWI Board of Directors and the Conference Planners (Dr. Angela Amar and Dr. Ursula Kelly), I would like to say that we look forward to seeing you at the conference. Don't forget that early-bird registration ends February 1 and that rooms at a reduced conference rate are available at the Emory Conference Center Hotel. Information on the rooms reserved for the conference is available by clicking here.
Susan Jack, Vice-President, NNVAWI Board of Directors
Earlybird Registration ENDS FEBRUARY 1, 2015
Don't miss out on the opportunity to attend the conference at a reduced rate! After February 1, registration rates do increase. We have also offered an option where you can renew your NNVAWI membership and registration for the conference in one transaction.
Delegates from Low- or Middle-Income Countries
If you are a delegate from a low- or middle-income country who needs assistance with the registration fee, please contact the NNVAWI Treasurer, Melissa Sutherland by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attending Futures Without Violence? Highlight the NNVAWI Conference
Connecting with colleagues and other researchers and practitioners in the working in the field of violence is an excellent way to tell others about the work of NNVAWI. If you are attending and presenting at the upcoming Futures Without Violence Conference in Washington, D.C and you are interested in adding a slide about the NNVAWI conference at the end of your presentation, please contact Dr. Susan Jack email@example.com
Student Breakfast and Networking Session
One of our most popular events is back! At the NNVAWI conference we will be hosting a breakfast for all students who are joining us at the conference. This includes all undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows.
The Student Breakfast and Networking Session will be held Friday April 10, 2015 from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM. The location will be communicated closer to the date. This is an informal opportunity to connect with each other, learn about the work you are doing and meet the NNVAWI Board Members.
Nominations for NNVAWI Awards are NOW OPEN
NNVAWI members bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise, skill, passion and activism in addressing violence in the lives of women and girls.
At each conference we recognize members who have made outstanding contributions in one of the four categories:
Excellence in Practice and Policy
Excellence in Research
Excellence in Education
Excellence in Service to NNVAWI
This is an excellent opportunity to take a few minutes to acknowledge the exceptional work being done by NNVAWI members. The nomination process is short and simple. All you have to do is send summarize the accomplishments of the nominee using the criteria listed under AWARDS on the NNVAWI website and then submit the WORD document to Dr. Nina Fredland by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for nominations is February 25, 2015.
Accepting Nominations for NNVAWI Board Positions
Are you looking for a way to become more involved in NNVAWI? Consider running for a position on the board! At the NNVAWI Business Meeting in Atlanta, an election for Board positions will be held. This meeting will be held Saturday April 11, 2015 from 7:00-8:30 AM with a continental breakfast being served.
This year nominations are being sought for 5 members-at-large and 2 student representatives. You can either nominate yourself, or if you know of a colleague who you know would make an outstanding contribution to the Board, please seek their permission to nominate them.
Please email Dr. Susan Jack at email@example.com if you are interested in standing for election for the position of either: 1) member-at-large (5 will be elected) or 2) student representative (2 will be elected). Nominations for all positions will also be taken from the floor at the Business Meeting.
Please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email address book and to your list of "Trusted Senders", to make sure that you receive our messages. Thank you.
Current Research on Gender-Based Violence and Intimate Partner Violence
In November 2014 The Lancet published a special series on Violence Against Women and Girls. Links to the articles as well as videos about the launch of this series can be accessed at http://www.thelancet.com/series/violence-against-women-and-girls
Journal of Women's Health -Special Supplement on Intimate Partner Violence, Consequences on Women's Health, and Promising Interventions -January 2015. In this supplement, several NNVAWI members, including Dr. Jackie Campbell, Dr. Phyllis Sharps and Dr. Linda Bullock are contributing authors on a range of articles about health system responses to the identification and response to intimate partner violence. The articles can be accessed on the journal website at http://online.liebertpub.com/toc/jwh/24/1
National Library of Medicine: Nursing and Domestic Violence Exhibition
We are very exciting to announce and share that an Exhibition titled "Confronting Violence: Improving Women's Lives," curated by Dr. Catherine Jaquet, will include papers and documents from the collection of Dr. Jackie Campbell. The exhibition at the National Library of Medicine is scheduled to launch in September 2015 and will remain up until August 2016.
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