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Domestic Violence Conference 2019 - Putting the Pieces Together of Domestic Violence

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To bring awareness and educate individuals about the dangers of domestic violence, the UPMC Passavant Domestic Violence Advisory Council and the Passavant Hospital Foundation will once again host their annual conference. This year’s presentation is, "Putting the Pieces Together of Domestic Violence."


Domestic Violence comes in many shapes.  This program will demonstrate how the shapes of domestic violence may need fit together from multiple professions to solve the puzzle of the criminal acts associated with Domestic Violence.  Each profession from medical, law enforcement, legal as well as journalism will present their piece with evidence and case studies that demonstrate how each team works to investigate and uncover the evidence around these criminal acts.


Keynote speaker, Paula Reed Ward,will share her investigative journalism journey as she unfolded the facts relating to death of a local physician that was a result of domestic violence.  Other feature speakers will be local Shaler township police Chief Brian Kelly, District Attorney Mike Sullivan and toxicology expert, Dr. Michael Lynch.

 

 

There is no fee, but seating is limited. Refreshments and lunch provided.



Audience: Nurses, Physicians, Social Workers, Legal Professionals, Teachers, Pre Hospital and general public.

Continuing Education Credits offered for: Nurses and Physicians, Social Workers, Prehospital and those in the Legal field.

 

8:15 a.m. to 3:15p.m.,
Friday, Sept. 13, 2019

 

Passavant Hospital Foundation Conference Center

Cumberland Woods Village

700 Cumberland Woods Dr.

Allison Park, PA 15101

 


For more information, contact Christie Galcik at 412-748-6961

 




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Cumberland Woods Village
PHF Conference Center and Legacy Theatre
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