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Lunch seminar on Violence Prevention and Health

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Author(s) : Joanne Lacroix, Gillian Blackell, Nadine Wathen

 

Topic:


1. Overview of Public Health Agency of Canada, Violence Prevention Unit, and how they work with Justice Canada and PreVAIL to address violence prevention at the policy level, and the Family Violence Initiative (FVI). Since collaboration between Justice and Health are critical to family violence prevention,  Joanne Lacroix and Gillian Blackell would briefly and respectively describe the role of PHAC and Justice within the Initiative, but also stimulate discussion and questions with the audience on how to strengthen collaborative work between health and justice in violence prevention and response.

 

2. Discussion on PreVAIL (Preventing Violence Across the Lifespan) and its existing projects (eg. The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP)).
PreVAIL: Preventing Violence Across the Lifespan, is an international research collaboration of over 50 researchers and partners from Canada, the US, the UK, Asia, Europe and Australia, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research's Institute for Gender and Health (2009-2014).

 

Speakers:

 

  • Joanne Lacroix (Public Health Agency of Canada, Violence Prevention Unit, Chief Manager)
  • Gillian Blackell (Justice Canada, Senior Counsel at Justice Canada responsible for Children's Law and the Family Violence Prevention Policy Unit.
  • Nadine Wathen (Co-principal investigator  of PreVAIL - Innovations in Knowledge Translation and Exchange Strategies and Research Methods Specific to Mental Health, Gender and Violence across the Lifespan, and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Information & Media Studies at The University of Western Ontario and a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) New Investigator in Women’s Health (2007-2012) )


 
 



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