AHA's Hospitals Against Violence initiative July 11 at 2 p.m. ET will host a webinar on promoting prevention, improving health and maximizing safety outcomes for patients affected by human trafficking and intimate partner violence. On the call, leaders will discuss the intersection of human trafficking with intimate partner violence and other vectors of violence and trauma, and how federally qualified health centers are working with domestic violence coalitions to address human trafficking and intimate partner violence. View more information and register.

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