Improving the Healthcare Response to Intimate Partner Violence

Dr. Daneille Davidov of West Virginia University College of Public Health visits the University of Kentucky February 3-4, 2020. On Monday February 3rd, a gradate student lunch and learn titled "A Researcher's Informal View of Working with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence to Improve Healthcare System Response," takes place in Patterson Office Tower, room 1545, from 12:00-1:30 PM. On Tuesday, February 4th, Dr. Davidov gives her Colloquium "Improving the Healthcare System Response to Intimate Partner Violence: Lessons Learned from Survivor and Stakeholder Engagement." in Rosenberg Law Building room 397 from 1:00-2:00 PM. 

Dr. Davidov is an assistant professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and holds a secondary appointment in the WVU Department of Emergency Medicine. She teaches Intervention Design, Qualitative Research Methods, Social Determinants of Health and Public health Prevention and Intervention. She uses qualitative and mixed methods to address intimate partner and sexual violence in home visitation, healthcare and college settings. She is currently the co-lead for a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) -funded project aimed at improving the healthcare system’s response to intimate partner violence in West Virginia and collaborates with researchers at the University of Kentucky on the Multiple College Bystander Efficiency Evaluation (McBee) project, which is focused on understanding which violence prevention bystander training programs are most effective in increasing prevention behaviors and reducing violence on college campuses.