Please join us May 2, 2018 as nationally renowned experts present their research and review the current science of sexual assault prevention for college and university campuses.
We invite practitioners in the sexual assault field (physicians, social workers, psychologists, other public health professionals), researchers, faculty, and campus stakeholders, including students to join us for this inclusive professional development event.
Registration is open for the University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center Summit on the Prevention of Campus Sexual Assault to be held on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at Rackham Graduate School in Ann Arbor, MI. Please note, the event will also be live streamed for those unable to attend in person.
Dr. Mary Sue Coleman, the President of the Association of American Universities, will jump start the day with a keynote presentation and will be followed by outstanding presentations by leading experts in the field of campus sexual assault prevention. Morning and afternoon sessions will cover epidemiology, risk factors and special populations, and intervention approaches.
Following this Summit, attendees will be able to use information regarding the prevalence and epidemiology of campus sexual assault to enhance screening efforts in their practices, identify key risk factors and populations at risk for sexual assault among college students in their practice, and recommend evidence-based interventions for prevention of campus sexual assault.
Click here to submit an abstract today for the poster session.
Abstract submission deadline EXTENDED until Friday, April 6, 2018.
Continuing education credits will be available for the following:
·Physicians (including psychiatrists) and nurses
Please visit our website for more information on continuing education credits (e.g., objectives) and a full agenda including speaker names and lecture times.
CLICK HERE to register. There is NO cost to attend. Please share this information with others.