This week: sexual violence, vascular screening and more
Countering sexual violence can start with a conversation to raise awareness and encourage people to speak out, or even intervene, if necessary. This applies to college campuses as well as the larger society, say Meaghan Greeley and Tiffany Brec of Vera House, a Central New York agency that deals with domestic and sexual violence.
In community sessions about sexual violence, Brec and Greeley encourage people to think about the culture’s and their own attitude, the role of bystanders, and how violent acts eventually affect society as a whole.
Also this week: the importance of screening for vascular diseases and the genetic epidemiology of neuropsychiatric disorders.
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