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9/13/2018  |   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM   |  Cascade B

Risk Assessment for DV Lethality and Re-assault – use in Practice and in Court

The Danger Assessment (DA) – This breakout will give participants an overview of how to use the DA in a variety of settings including a practice session and information about the new forms of the Danger Assessment, the DA-I (for Immigrant Women), DA-Circle (for Indigenous Women), the DA-5 for Health Care and the MNADV LAP, for first responders to use at the scene at a DV call for services, as well as the myPlan app that contains the DA. Participants will have a chance to practice using the DA with the weighted scoring for the DA, and what kinds of safety strategies might be recommended at each level of Danger. Participants will be eligible for certification in the DA at the completion of the session and will receive directions on how to obtain and use the certification.

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Jacquelyn Campbell (POC,Primary Presenter), Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing,;
Dr. Jacquelyn C. Campbell is the Anna D. Wolf Endowed Chair and a Professor in the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing with a joint appointment in the Bloomberg School of Public Health as well as the National Program Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars Program. Her BSN, MSN and PhD are from Duke University, Wright State University and the University of Rochester Schools of Nursing. She has been conducting advocacy policy work and research in the area of domestic violence since 1980. Dr. Campbell has been the PI of 12 major NIH, NIJ or CDC research grants and published more than 220 articles and seven books on this subject, including the textbook Family Violence and Nursing Practice with Janice Humphreys. She has been working on research & policy initiatives on the intersection of HIV & GBV since 2000, including a meeting of the IOM Forum on Global Violence Prevention specifically addressing the intersection in 2014. She has received numerous awards including elected membership in the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Nursing, three honorary doctorates, the Pathfinder Award from FNINR, and is Co-Chair of the IOM Forum on Global Violence Prevention. Dr. Campbell proudly is a member of the Board of Directors of Futures Without Violence, was a member of the congressionally appointed US Department of Defense Task Force on Domestic Violence, and has been a board member at 3 shelters.

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