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With a focus on patients, signs of domestic and sexual violence experienced by health care workers can often be overlooked. Learn about emerging best practices for employers, coworkers and human resources professionals to effectively recognize, proactively respond to, and work to prevent incidents of violence against colleagues that can have disastrous consequences for the workplace. Presenters from Futures Without Violence, St. Joseph Medical Center at the University of Maryland, and House of Ruth Maryland, will reflect on lessons learned from a collaborative project to build an intimate partner violence prevention and response program for health care workers.
- Identify the ways that domestic and sexual violence and stalking impact workers and the workplace.
- Describe the ways that employers and human resources professionals can effectively prevent and proactively respond to incidents of workplace violence that promote a victim-centered approach along with accountability for employees who are perpetrators.
- Explore a collaboration model for the employer and community stakeholders to address the impacts of domestic and sexual violence and stalking on workers and the workplace.
Leslie Holt, M.S.
Manager, Human Resources University of Maryland, St. Joseph Medical Center
Sarah Gonzalez Bocinski
Program Manager, Economic Justice and Workforce Initiatives Futures Without Violence
ASHHRA Member: $45.00
ASHHRA Non-Member: $85.00
1 (CHHR) 1 (SHRM) 1 (HRCI)