Join leading professionals from across the country at our 2007 National Conference, Advancing Practice, Policy, and Research, June 18-20 in Washington, DC. For more information visit http://www.tinyurl.com/ysjrod
Three reasons to attend:
- Do you know why some people are more affected by crime than others? Resilience, a natural trait, can be learned and strengthened. This conference will provide you with research, practice, and policy ideas for strengthening resilience in yourself, your colleagues, and the victims you serve.
- Did you know that it often takes 1-2 decades for research gains to be put into routine practice? This conference informs you of research gains and how you can immediately begin to better serve victims.
- Why should I go to a conference outside my specialty? Multidisciplinary and cross-field training allows providers, policy makers, and researchers alike to broaden their perspectives on issues, develop new skills, and improve collaboration to meet the needs of crime victims. Join us in networking among different specialties, disciplines, and jurisdictions.
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Registration Now Open for the 2007 National Conference, June 18-20, in
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