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Making Sense of a Global Pandemic: Relationship Violence & Working Together Towards a Violence Free Society,
a free, open book publication is now available to all disciplines as well as the general public. It is dedicated to service providers, students, victims/survivors, allies of the anti-violence sector and comes out of the work of the community grass roots organization Network to Eliminate Violence in Relationships. https://www.kpu.ca/nevr
Under the direction of Editor and author Dr. Balbir Gurm, the book is the cumulative work of Balbir Gurm, Glacia Salgado, Jennifer Marchbank and Sheila Early as well as a number of contributors.
With a wealth of information and resources, of particular interest to Forensic Nurses is Chapter 11 Understanding the Healthcare Response: Forensic Nursing as a Change Agent ( https://kpu.pressbooks.pub/nevr/chapter/chapter-11-understanding-the-healthcare-systems-response/)
The book is also a “living book” which will be updated regularly keeping it a current and timely resource.
“ Being part of this publication is a tremendous honor and I am grateful for the opportunity to bring Forensic Nursing to the forefront in a Canadian publication which is available to everyone” says Sheila Early, one of CFNA ‘s co founders and CFNA president elect 2020.