WOMEN VETERANS MILITARY MORAL INJURY CONFERENCE

WOMEN VETERANS MILITARY MORAL INJURY CONFERENCE

CDS alumnus Dr. Daniel Roberts completed his dissertation ("A Comprehensive Plan for Providing Chaplaincy Support to Wounded Female Soldiers:  A Delphi Study") in 2016, earning the Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership/Information Systems and Technology.  In the scholar-practitioner-leader tradition, Dr. Roberts serves as President and CEO, Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen, Inc., and shares the following invitation:
 
WOMEN VETERANS MILITARY MORAL INJURY CONFERENCE
 
Greetings! 
 
I want to remind you about the spring women veterans Military Moral Injury Conferences in Charleston, SC (March 26-27) and Richmond, VA (May 14-15). The conferences will take a major step in addressing Moral Injury in Women Veterans by bringing them together with military chaplains, civilian clergy, community leaders, researchers, and mental health care providers to: dialogue and share research, resources, and interventions to assist Women Veterans in their emotional, spiritual, physical, and economic recovery, and increase community support for their successful transitions.
 
Top researchers and thinkers in the field of moral injury, such as Dr. Harold Koenig from Duke University and others will give presentations. We will also hold roundtable discussions with senior military and VA chaplains. 
 
Seats are filling fast but there are still some left. There are also opportunities to partner with us by being a sponsor, exhibitor, advertiser, or donor. Organizations have donated books and other items to help defray the costs of the conferences so that veterans can attend.   
 
The cost to register is only $30 if completed by January 15th.  Here is the conference link:
 
 
Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions. 
 
Dr. Daniel Roberts
President and CEO
Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen, Inc.
910-690-5964

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