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BRISTOL, Tenn. – King University along with the Bristol Regional Medical Center and
Abuse Alternatives, Inc. is hosting the fourth annual Compassion 2014: A Conference
on Domestic Violence for Health Care Professionals on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 from
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Monarch Auditorium at the Bristol Regional Medical Center
in Bristol, Tenn.
“Domestic violence is not always the most popular topic to ever discuss, however I
believe through attending the conference that barriers to screening by increased awareness
equates to improved patient outcomes” said Dr. Lynn Holden, dean for King’s School
of Nursing. “One in every four females is a victim of domestic violence over their
lifetime. Although this problem occurs more often in the female population, we must
not forget males experience domestic violence also. As a health care provider, we
need education on the subtle warning signs of abuse and more importantly when someone
discloses that they are victims of domestic violence, what can we do to assist them.”
This event will mark the fourth year for the Compassion conference. Event coordinator,
Dr. Holden works with domestic violence groups across the Tri-Cities region. Her
passion for helping victims of domestic violence began over 25 years ago during her
time as an emergency department nurse at Bristol Regional Medical Center.
Conference participants will spend the day learning about issues related to domestic
violence including assessment, treatment, and available resources for potential victims.
They will also hear firsthand from an actual domestic violence survivor.
Conference topics will include –Domestic Violence Assessment 101, Victimization in
the Elderly Population, My Story from the Perspective of a Domestic Violence Survivor,
Civility within Health Care, Legal Issues Related to Domestic Violence, and Domestic
Violence Community Resources.
Registration for this event will start at 8:15 a.m. at the Monarch Auditorium in the
Bristol Regional Medical Center. The cost for the event is $30 a person and $15 for
students with proper identification. For questions or more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
King University is a Presbyterian, doctoral-level comprehensive university. Founded in 1867 as King
College, the University offers more than 90 majors, minors, pre-professional degrees
and concentrations in fields such as business, nursing, law, medical and health sciences,
pharmacy, education, and humanities. Graduate programs are offered in business administration,
education, and nursing. A number of research, off-campus learning opportunities, and
travel destinations are also available. King University is a NCAA Division II and
a Conference Carolinas member with 25 varsity sports. For more information about King
University, visit www.king.edu. King University does not discriminate against academically qualified students of
any race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, or disability. King University
is certified by SCHEV to operate locations in Virginia. For more information, contact
the King University office at Southwest Virginia Community College, 309 College Road,
Richlands, VA 24641.