2021 AVA Global Health Virtual Summit October 21-22

Imperfect Storm: Lessons Learned from a Traumatic Year


The 2021 Global Health Summit on Violence and Abuse provides a collegial environment for participants to have a virtual front row seat to the latest science and practice in violence and abuse treatment and prevention from a very traumatic 2020. Last year, our world experienced trauma in many areas such as racism, a pandemic, political unrest, human trafficking, and more. This year's summit encourages lessons learned to foster a positive path forward.

We invite you to submit a proposal for the 2021 AVA Global Health Summit.  Your proposal should highlight the aspects of your work or research related to the outline topics. Deadline has been extended to July 1st.

CONFIRMED PLENARY SPEAKERS

Joedrecka S. Brown Speights, MD, FAAFP

Healing and hope: Beyond the trauma of the pandemics (racism, burnout, and COVID-19)

Katelyn Jetelina, MPH, PhD

Weathering the Storm: A lived experience of doxing, victimization, and trauma while fighting the COVID19 info- and pan-demic

Elena Reyes, PhD

After the Border: Addressing trauma in recently arrived immigrant children during primary care visits

We are pleased to welcome back the 2020 Human Trafficking Panel to discuss how they had to pivot in their careers during COVID-19 and what they have discovered.

Confirmed speakers are:

Ronald Chambers, MD, FAAP
Kathy Stolarz, DO
Anita Ravi, MD, MPH, MSHP, FAAFP