Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2021 National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, April 27-30, 2021! It was an amazing, virtual, four days thanks to all of the amazing speakers, interpreters, tech support, and attendees.
We had over 2000 survivor advocates, health care and public health providers, survivors, health policy leaders, community leaders, social workers, birth workers, researchers/evaluators, social workers, students, dentists, home visitors, and more! Recordings of all conference session in English, Spanish, and ASL are available for registrants on the NCHDV Meeting Page. Recordings of the plenaries and keynotes are publicly available on Futures Without Violence’s YouTube.
Registration for live participation was $100 (flat fee); with additional $70 for continuing education for MDs/DOs, social workers, nurses, MFT/Counselors.
Sign up for the NCHDV E-Blast for more information about post-conference registration to view all session recordings.
The National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence seeks to advance partnerships between the healthcare field, the anti-violence field, and affiliated social justice movements; present the latest promising practices, research, and innovative approaches to addressing and preventing violence. NCHDV is planned by Futures Without Violence Health Program staff, and a multidisciplinary Steering Committee made of leaders from across the fields of health and anti-violence.