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Fifth Annual Lynne Stevens Memorial Lecture: "Trauma Informed Services: Implications for Healthcare Providers and Systems

Please join us for the fifth annual Lynne Stevens Memorial Lecture. Our guest speaker, Dr. Carole Warshaw will present a lecture titled ''Trauma Informed Services: Implications for Healthcare Providers and Systems'' Carole Warshaw, M.D., an internist and a psychiatrist, chaired the committee that wrote the AMA Guidelines on Domestic Violence and has served on the National Research Council Committee on the Assessment of Family Violence Interventions, the Family Violence and Abuse and Childhood Trauma committees of the American Psychiatric Association and the AMA National Advisory Council on Family Violence and is currently a member of the SAMHSA Advisory Committee on Women’s Services. Dr. Warshaw speaks about domestic violence, trauma, mental health and psychiatric disabilities both nationally and internationally and has published numerous articles and chapters on these issues. Lynne Stevens, LICSW, BCD (1946-2009) was the director of the Responding to Violence Against Women Program and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine. She was a clinician, activist and researcher who worked locally, nationally and internationally. Attendees are cordially invited for lunch at 11:45 and Q & A discussion from 1-2 with Dr. Warshaw following the lecture

Starts
12:00pm on Tuesday, May 13th 2014

Location
Boston University School of Medicine, 72 East Concord St (L112)

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