New Publication: Study Quantifies Long-term Effects of Intimate Partner Violence on Women’s Health

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Title: Trajectories of Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress, and Chronic Pain Among Women Who Have Separated From an Abusive Partner: A Longitudinal Analysis

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Citation: Ford-Gilboe, M., Varcoe, C., Wuest, J., Campbell, J., Pajot, M., Heslop, L., & Perrin, N. (2022). Trajectories of Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress, and Chronic Pain Among Women Who Have Separated From an Abusive Partner: A Longitudinal Analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. https://doi.org/10.1177/08862605221090595

LCF’s Vital Conversation: Housing

London Community Foundation is hosting their first Vital Conversation of the year focused on housing. “Now is the time to act. Together. For change. For good.”
Tuesday, May 17th via Zoom
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Guest speakers include Andrea Jibb, Mariyam Zaidi MSW, RSW, and Dr. Valerian Marachko.
The event will be moderated by Dr. Jerry White, Chair of LCF’s Vital Signs Task Force.

Register here

For more information email Vanessa here.

Visit the LCF website.

Read the most recent Impact Report: Community, Together

Knowledge Mobilization and CRHESI

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What does this jellyfish have to do with CRHESI and Knowledge Mobilization?

Nothing exactly. But it is Earth Day and we wanted to appreciate the amazing beauty that is around us, today and every day.

Over the next months you will see some changes to CRHESI’s web channels. As we focus on knowledge mobilization (KMb) strategies you can expect we’ll be telling you about it as we go. Why? We want to tell you about KMb as we do KMb.
We believe in transparency about our process, and informing you along the way. It’s a win-win.

Around a specific goal or set of goals, CRHESI KMb strategies include:

  • Generating awareness and facilitating engagement toward action
  • Sharing and exchanging knowledge
  • Informing decision making
  • Informing research
  • Facilitating policy change

Through this blog, we speak to you, our CRHESI partners and invite your questions, comments or feedback!

Stay tuned.

Christine and Arun

Learning Opportunity: University of Global Health Equity & Western University Certificate Short Course

One Health: An Innovative Approach to Equitably Address Complex Health Problems

“This course provides an introduction to One Health, which is a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach with the goal of achieving optimal health outcomes recognizing the interconnection between people, animals, and their shared environment. The ways in which One Health principles can be applied to tackle inequities and to empower marginalized communities will also be highlighted…”

Offered jointly by the University of Global Health Equity, Western University and the University of Rwanda.

To register, download the pdf below and follow the registration links. The deadline to register is April 28, 2020. The course will run from April 29 – June 29, 2020.

Should you have any questions throughout the application process or misplaced the link to your application, please email cwase@ughe.org