3178.0 Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Violence, and Suicide Posters

Monday, November 9, 2009: 12:30 PM
These posters are for individuals interested in learning about current research, domestically and internationally, on intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and suicide. The posters in this session will cover measurement and assessment of suicide and intimate partner violence, respectively; identify best practices for suicide prevention; understand the epidemiology of intimate partner violence among women from low income women in foreign countries and female immigrants living in the U.S.
Session Objectives: 1. Describe various approaches to screening for intimate partner violence and sexual coercive behaviors. 2. Identify best practices and evaluation techniques for suicide prevention programs and policies.

Board 2
Evaluating suicide prevention programs: What to measure?
Phil Rodgers, PhD and Anara Guard, MLS
Board 3
Spatial distribution of suicidal ideation and suicide attempts among adolescent students, Puerto Rico, 2002-04
Linnette Rodriguez-Figueroa, MS, PhD, Siobán D. Harlow, PhD, MaryFran R. Sowers, PhD, Brisa N. Sanchez, PhD, Kathleen B. Welch, MPH, MS and Margarita R. Moscoso-Alvarez, PhD
Board 4
Identifying best practices in suicide prevention
Phil Rodgers, PhD and Anara Guard, MLS
Board 7
To understand the impact of screening for violent or coercive sexual “behaviors” rather than value driven terms like “sexual abuse”
Laura Wyatt, Leslie L. Davidson, MD, MSc, Catherine Stayton, DrPH, MPH, Vaughn I. Rickert, PsyD, Vicki Breitbart, MSW, EdD and Leslie Rottenberg, MSW
Board 8
In Minnesota, sexual violence costs much more than drunk driving
Ted R. Miller, PhD, Dexter M. Taylor, PhD and Monique A. Sheppard, PhD
Board 9
Rape/sexual assault suspect forensic evidence collection: Challenges in
Consuelo Dungca, EdD, RN and Alfreda N. Weaver, RN, MPH

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Injury Control and Emergency Health Services
Endorsed by: Family Violence Prevention Forum, Social Work, Women's Caucus