Neurology 2020

Experts Meet on Neurology & Neurosurgery 2020

Paris, France
20 - 21 April 2020
The conference ended on 21 April 2020

Important Dates

Early Bird Deadline
15th January 2020
Abstract Acceptance Notification
2nd March 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline
3rd April 2020
Final Abstract / Full Paper Deadline
3rd April 2020
Mid on Deadline
15th April 2020

About Neurology 2020

Dear Dr , It is with great pleasure, we are on the verge of organizing the “Experts Meet on Neurology & Neurosurgery” which is scheduled to be held at Paris, France on April 20-21, 2020.


Cognitive neuroscience, Convolutional neural network, Neuro pharmacology, Neurodegenerative disorders, Neurosurgery, Neurology congress 2018, European neurology conferences, Neurologists conference, Epilepsy, Brain science, Brain and mental health research, Neuroscience and neurological disorders, Brain disorders, Neuroscience, Cns neuroscience

Call for Papers

Abstract (300 word limit)

Statement of the Problem: Women who have experienced intimate partnerviolence (IPV) are at greater risk for physical and mental health problems including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and alcohol dependency. On their own IPV, PTSD and alcohol dependency result   in significant personal, social and economic cost and the impact of all three may compound these costs. Researchers have reported that women with these experiences are more difficult to treat; many do not access treatment and those who do, frequently do not stay because of difficulty maintaining helping relationships. However, these women’s perspective has not been previously studied. The purpose of this study is to describe the experience of seeking help for alcohol dependency by women with PTSD and a history of IPV in the context in which it occurs. Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: An inter subjective ethnographic study using hermeneutic dialogue was utilized during participant observation, in- depth interviews and focus groups. An ecological framework was utilized to focus on the interaction between the counselors and the staff to understand this relationships and the context in which it occurs. Findings: The women in this study were very active help seekers. They encountered many gaps in continuity of care including discharge because of relapse. Although the treatment center was a warm, healing and spiritual place, the women left the center without treatment for their trauma needs   and many without any referral to address these outstanding issues. Conclusion & Significance: Women with alcohol dependence and PTSD with a history of IPV want help however the health and social services do not always recognize their calls for help or their symptoms of distress. Recommendations are made for treatment centers to become trauma- informed that would help this recognition.Image

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