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The conference was designed to provide the most advanced and current knowledge for practitioners in the areas of BIPP, law enforcement, probation, parole, legal, professional counseling, social work, health providers and other social services working directly or indirectly with family violence offenders.
The 2018 conference will feature Dr. Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Professor and Anna D. Wolf Chair at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, developer of the Danger Assessment Risk of DV Lethality instrument in addition to exploring promising practices in research, BIPP effectiveness, high-risk offender management, community collaboration models, and victim safety protocol.
*LPC, Social Work, CJAD, CEUs provided
Thursday, October 25, 2018
9:00 am – 5:00 pm (lunch provided)
Embassy Suites |3100 Town Center Tr, Denton, TX 76201
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Jacquelyn C. Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN is Professor and Anna D. Wolf Chair at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Dr. Campbell’s major area of research is violence against women and associated physical and mental health outcomes, including intimate partner homicide, HIV/AIDS, and abuse during pregnancy. She is committed to the collaborative development and testing of interventions for women exposed to violence in the healthcare, VA, advocacy and judicial systems in the US and globally. She developed and tested the Danger Assessment risk of DV lethality instrument and collaborated on evaluating interventions based on it, interventions that can help end health inequities for marginalized women. Dr. Campbell has mentored an amazingly talented and committed group of interdisciplinary scholars in research on violence against women who have collaborated in conducting her more than 12 major research studies and producing her more than 250 publications and seven books, including the 2017 version of Assessing Dangerousness and the 2011 Family Violence and Nursing Practice.