“Responding to Violence Against Women: Emerging Evidence, Implementation Science and Innovative Interventions”.

Johns Hopkins Women’s Health Research Group 5th Annual Spring Symposium,

May 21, 2012 Live Symposium and Real-Time Webcast Available

Please join us for the upcoming Johns Hopkins Women’s Health Research Group 5th Annual Spring Symposium, entitled

“Responding to Violence Against Women: Emerging Evidence,

Implementation Science and Innovative Interventions”.

The Women’s Health Research Group brings together women’s health researchers at all levels of training across the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health, for networking and collaboration. Held Monday, May 21st, 2012 in the Feinstone Hall of the Bloomberg School of Public Health, this day-long symposium will feature emerging research from trainees and junior faculty, and a keynote address on the State of the Science from Ann Coker, PhD, followed by a panel of innovative interventions to prevent violence and mitigate its health consequences, and an interactive agenda-setting discussion. The day concludes with a poster and networking session. With support from the Office of Women’s Health, the Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Training Program, and the Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center, our symposium is open to all within and beyond the Hopkins community.

PLEASE REGISTER in advance! Registration, agenda and further details are available online at http://www.hopkins-whrg.org/

Those who are unable to attend will be able to participate via webcast at http://www.jhsph.edu/maphtc .

No registration is necessary to participate in the webcast; just go to http://www.jhsph.edu/maphtc when you are ready to join the webcast. The webcast will follow the agenda, which is available at: http://www.hopkins-whrg.org/

For questions about logging into the webcast contact the Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center at 443-287-7833 or maphtc@jhsph.edu. Go to  http://www.hopkins-whrg.org  for registration, a detailed agenda, and speaker abstracts and bios. Contact Mahua Mandal at mmandal@jhsph.edu or Kelli Hirsch at khirsch@jhsph.edu with questions.

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