The Gender-Based Violence Consortium symposium, “Visualizing Change, Resisting Violence” was published with the Utah Women’s Health Review.
The Utah Women’s Health Review (UWHR) is a collaboration between the University of Utah Center of Excellence in Women’s Health and Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library.
UWHR is a peer-reviewed journal focused on sex and gender differences that affect the 7 Domains of Health: physical, emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, social, and spiritual. The journal publishes original research or review articles, data snapshots, and commentaries. UWHR is an ideal place for your students, residents, fellows, and faculty to publish their research. While the journal showcases the work of local researchers and clinicians on the health of the Utah population, we accept submissions from across our state on populations beyond Utah, as long as they focus on women’s health or sex and gender differences that affect the 7 Domains of Health.
The UWHR is an ongoing initiative involving all University of Utah Colleges and Schools and the Eccles Health Sciences Library. The Editorial Board reflects our ONE U for U (1U4U) approach to sex and gender health. By creating and hosting this peer-reviewed journal within Eccles Digital Publishing, UWHR is able to facilitate publication opportunities to established sex and gender health researchers as well as graduate students, residents, and up-and-coming professionals all over Utah. UWHR’s rolling submissions and publication dates allow for a fast turn-around time as well as a satisfying experience for submitting authors. The site https://uwhr.utah.edu/ houses the earlier 2007 and 2019 issues. Using the WordPress platform, we invite ongoing submissions for 2020 and beyond. All articles are covered by a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
Contents | 2021
OPENING REMARKS | Presentation
VISIONS OF SOCIAL CHANGE | Presentation
LEADING SOCIAL CHANGE TO END SEXUAL VIOLENCE | Presentation
HEALING COMMUNITIES | Presentation
PREVIOUSLY UNSUBMITTED SEXUAL ASSAULT KITS: LESSONS LEARNED FROM SALT LAKE COUNTY | Utah Women and Violence