Health, Violence Prevention, and Trauma Healing

• Presentation Agenda (Download to follow presentation.)
• Audio Files: Part 1 (1.5 hours) and Part 2 (1.5 hours)
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DESCRIPTION: Eugene/Springfield leaders, child and family advocates, and survivors want to dramatically reduce intimate partner violence and child maltreatment in our community. This structured presentation includes panelists’ visionary ideas and selected respondents representing the survivor experience. Researchers contribute information drawn from the Trauma Healing Project’s Survivor Voices study, and will demonstrate principles of community engagement and Community–Campus Partnerships for Health. Community Panel with Faculty Participant: Jeff Todahl, Ph.D.

Find out more about this event, and follow the community conversation at the Partnership for Nonviolence “90by30blog. See related news stories: UO Media Relations