Take the UMB Community Survey on Intimate Partner Violence

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Community Collaborative on Intimate Partner Violence is conducting a brief survey of students, staff, and faculty to better understand the needs of our campus community related to intimate partner violence.

This collaborative is a multidisciplinary effort composed of faculty, staff, and students from the schools of social work, law, nursing, medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy, as well as the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) and the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Your answers to this short survey (it takes about five minutes) will directly inform the development of awareness, training, and education programs for the UMB community.

All students, staff, and faculty at UMB, UMMC, and the VA Medical Center are eligible to participate. Your responses are anonymous.

Please visit this link to take the survey.

Lisa Fedina ResearchDecember 11, 20170 commentsawareness, campus community, education programs, multidisciplinary, Survey, training, UMB Community Collaborative on Intimate Partner Violence, University of Maryland Baltimore, University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), Veteran's Administration Medical Center.

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