CDHPC Workship Slides - Day 1

11:00 – 12:00 WORKSHOPS

An Examination of Provincial/Territorial Variation in the Probability of Being Charged With Intimate Partner Assault by Gender of the Accused (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Tina Hotton & Myrna Dawson

Justicia Nostrum - A Project to Improve Family Law Advocacy for Survivors of Violence (C)
Leighann Burns

Prévenir l’homicide conjugal dans le contexte migratoire : point de vue des intervenants (I/R)
Salima Massoui & Myriam Dubé

Preventing Domestic Homicide in Collectivist Communities : Challenges of Understanding and Responding to Domestic Violence (I/R)
Abir Al Jamal & Mohammed Baobaid

Preventing Domestic Homicides Through Workplace Actions (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Barb MacQuarrie & Margaret MacPherson

Safety from Domestic Violence: Using Evidence-based Practices to Keep Women Safe (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Carolyn Goard, Ian Wheeliker, Deborah Miller & Lewis Cardinal

Services for Victims of Interpersonal Violence: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Women’s Experiences (I)
Jane Ursel, Diane Redsky, & Jacquie Leader

The Assessment of Impulsivity and Aggression and their Contribution to Victim Perception Risk in Domestic Abuse (C)
Joanna Kemplay Adhikari, Paul Smith & Susan Elmer

The Rural Forums – (RRN)
Brianne Luckasavitch & Erin Lee

1:00 – 2:00 WORKSHOPS

CENTRAL Hub Model: Strategies and Innovations Used by Rural Women’s Shelters to Improve Safety and Health for Women (RRN)
Tara Mantler

Children Exposed to Spousal Homicide: The Importance of Screening (C)
Myriam Dubé

Culture of Silence and Mobilizing Ethno-cultural Communities to Acknowledging Prevalence of Domestic Violence (I/R)
Priya Kharat

Preliminary Study Findings of: The Perspectives of Alberta Law Enforcement on “Honour” Crimes Within the Context of Domestic Violence (I/R)
Wendy Aujla

Reaching for a Good Life (I/R)
Ann Marie Dewhurst & Karen Nielsen

Risk Assessment: Where the Rubber Meets the Road (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Kevin Nunes, Sandy Jung, Frank Pagé, Anna Pham & Liam Ennis

The Challenges of Fatality Review in Indigenous, Rural and Remote Communities (I) and (RRN)
Neil Websdale

The Road Less Travelled: Risk Assessment and Management by Rural DVCCs (RRN)
Amber Wardell

Understanding Domestic Violence/Homicide from an Indigenous Perspective (I)
Dawn Lavell-Harvard

Using Risk-Based Documents to Build Collaborative Moments: The Work of the Family Violence Project of the Waterloo Region (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Ian DeGeer, Julia Manuel & Greg Fiss

2:15 – 3:15 WORKSHOPS

Do You Think He’d Ever Do Anything to You? (RRN)
Mariann Rich

Middle Eastern Refugee Women: A Pathway to Violence Prevention (I/R)
Sandra Rupnarain & Monica Riutort

Prevention of Dating, Domestic and Sexual Violence on a Post-Secondary Campus: One Step at a Time (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Gaye Warthe, Patricia Kostouros & Cathy Carter-Snell

Reducing Harm to Children and Averting Homicide: Judicial Accountability in Domestic Violence Cases (C)
Donna Martinson & Margaret Jackson

Reducing the Risk of Femicide Among Ageing Women: Ontario as a Case Study (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Danielle Sutton & Myrna Dawson

Safety Planning Training: The Need for Certification in Domestic Violence Workers (RA,RM,SP,DH)
Kathy Thompson

Special Challenges in Applying Current Knowledge on Risk Assessment, Safety Planning and Risk Management for Indigenous Women Victimized by Domestic Violence (I)
Claudette Dumont-Smith

Taking Stock of the Dialogue that Occurred at Intimate Partner Violence Knowledge Translation Meetings in the NWT (I)
Pertice Moffitt, Heather Fikowski, Lyda Fuller & Greg Towler

The Importance of Dynamic Risk Predictors in a Rural Community (RRN)
Michael Nolan

The Influence of Trauma on Young Children’s Social Emotional Adjustment, Cognitive Development and Health (C)
Nicole Letourneau