3237.0: Monday, November 13, 2000: 8:30 PM-10:00 PM

Women, Alcohol, And Violence

Purpose of the session is to examine the complex inter-relationships between women, violence, and alcohol. Perspectives to be discussed include the victim-perpetrator role and the impact of alcohol use by either or both the victim and perpetrator on violence, antecedents of male violence against women in sacred literature, alcohol-related violence committed against women and by women, and existing public and private prevention and treatment policies and programs that address the issues of violence against women
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Moderator(s):Bettina M. Scott, PhD
8:30 PMThe Context for Alcohol's Relationship to Violence in the U.S.: Summary of Trends in Interpersonal Violence and Victimization of Women
Deborah M. Galvin, PhD
8:30 PMExisting Public and Private Prevention and Treatment Policies and Programs
Nelia C. Nadal, MPH, CHES
8:30 PMAntecedents of Male Violence Against Women in Sacred Literature
Bettina M. Scott, PhD
8:30 PMAlcohol-related violence committed against women and by Women
Irene Anne Jillson, PhD
8:30 PMBuilding statewide integrated systems of care for women with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders and histories of violence and their children
Norma Finkelstein, PhD, Laurie S. Markoff, PhD, Peter Kreiner, PhD
Sponsor:Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Cosponsors:Community Health Planning and Policy Development; Epidemiology; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Caucus of Public Health Workers; Social Work; Socialist Caucus; Women's Caucus

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA