“How Can We Do This Better?” Caring for Latin@ Survivors

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Time
11:00 – 12:15 PT

Date
February 16, 2023

Patricia Emmanuelli
Health and Violence Prevention Specialist
Esperanza United
Olivia Garcia
Olivia Garcia, PhD
Director of Public Policy
Esperanza United
Olivia Quintero
Olivia Quintero
Behavioral Health Clinician
Nancy J. Cotterman Center in Broward County, FL
Grace Frances
Grace Frances, MPA
Director of Community Partnerships
EVAWI
Sarah Magliano
Sarah Magliano, MSN, APRN
SAFE Program Coordinator
Women’s Center of Jacksonville, FL

Our free Community Conversation Series goes beyond the basics, delving deep into topics covered in the Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exam (SAMFE) Virtual Practicum. In this session, we will discuss language access, providing culturally specific care for Latin@ survivors, and addressing immigration concerns and questions.

Join us, and bring your own questions and suggestions for how we can all do better.

Objectives

As a result of this webinar, participants will be better able to:

  • Explain when and how to facilitate language access.
  • Describe provision of culturally sensitive services for Latin@ survivors.
  • Identify immigration concerns and how to address them.
  • Identify community resources for Latin@ survivors.

Accessibility

  • Closed captioning is available in English and Spanish.
  • Spanish interpretation is available.

CONTINUING EDUCATION (NURSES ONLY)

EVAWI is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing to provide Continuing Education contact hours for nurses (Provider #15641). 

Registered Nurses may purchase 1.25 contact hours after completing this webinar.


This project is supported by Grant No. 15JOVW-22-GK-00265-ICJR awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this program are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice.