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  • Beating the Odds, Rutgers Student Comes Back Strong After Brain Aneurysm — Rutgers FOCUS
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  • Beating the Odds, Rutgers Student Comes Back Strong After Brain Aneurysm — Rutgers FOCUS
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  • October 2012 — Rutgers FOCUS
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  • October 2012 — Rutgers FOCUS
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  • Rutgers Graduate Helping to Ease Transition for Women Veterans — Rutgers FOCUS
    d hoped for they re not taking care of their health as well as the male vets Goldstein says One cause of the discrepancy she believes is that returning women veterans make a priority of tending to their family s wellbeing before tending to their own Moreover women often don t identify themselves as veterans as readily as men do especially if they have not served in a war zone The VA is trying to raise awareness among women vets now the fastest growing segment of eligible VA health care users representing about 15 percent of active duty military 20 percent of new recruits and 17 percent of reserve and National Guard Forces We re trying to let women vets know we re here and also that we have treatment for them that s appealing and accessible and that they would feel comfortable receiving Goldstein says Goldstein says the VA has established outreach programs both on a regional and a national level designed to overcome the gender gap It has also developed a new model for outpatient care termed patient aligned care teams and each facility hosts one of these teams In this model a woman is assigned a care coordinator whose job is to ensure a smooth transition through the medical system In addition to face to face appointments women can receive virtual care through secure e mail and telephone visits The VA s goal is to offer comprehensive women s health serves in one setting by one provider Goldstein says A 10 bed residential unit for women at the Lyons campus of the VA New Jersey Health Care System where Goldstein is based features trauma specialists and other therapists specifically trained to address women veterans issues Although male and female veterans coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan share

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  • Risa Goldstein — Rutgers FOCUS
    Back to FOCUS Home Submit News November 09 2012 Archive Document Actions Risa Goldstein Click to view full size image Size 32 1 kB For questions or comments about this site contact Carla Cantor Last Updated 2012 11 07 14

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  • Mary Pat Christie — Rutgers FOCUS
    Archive Document Actions Mary Pat Christie New Jersey first lady Mary Pat Christie visits with Atlantic City residents Ayannah Barnes and Yasin Baker at a Red Cross shelter in the Werblin Recreation Center on the Busch Campus The siblings have been passing out food and snacks to elderly residents at the shelter Click to view full size image Size 55 6 kB For questions or comments about this site contact

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  • At Rutgers, a Book Club with a Twist — Rutgers FOCUS
    the lens of their profession Reaching out to colleagues in their offices the women eventually assembled a group of some 10 faculty and staff members like minded readers who meet every month or six weeks over lunch as a way of sharing their literary passions and invariably talking a little shop along the way Today the book under the microscope is Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn a thriller that has occupied the highest rungs of best seller lists for months It s a complex story of a marriage gone horribly awry narrated alternately by the young husband and wife with elements of abuse infidelity misogyny stalking and narcissism As they work their way through salads and sandwiches the women dissect the novel s themes zeroing in on the dysfunctional relationship between Nick and Amy Dunne while expressing concern that some of the plot twists and character depictions might serve to perpetuate stereotypes that put women in danger I was thinking of another actual victim when I was reading it Zucker says Flynn gives an amazing picture of what it could mean to be a victim It s brilliant in the sense that Amy is clearly mentally ill and you re seeing her thought processes along the way adds Sarah McMahon assistant professor in the School of Social Work The book was pretty impressive in the way the author crafted it all the pieces were tightly woven together Lisa Smith coordinator for domestic violence services at VPVA objects to the author s tendency to deceive her readers weaving plot lines that later unravel to keep the reader off balance I just got tired of being jerked around Smith says I thought the book was well written and I was constantly trying to figure out what was coming next But I didn

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