Presentations

Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V. & Guruge, S. (Accepted). Scaling up health sector response to intimate partner violence (IPV) in Sri Lanka: Implications of adapting the Canadian One Stop Crises Center model. Sparking Population Health Solutions. Ottawa, ON. April 25 - 28, 2016.


Guruge, S., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Zahreddine, L. (Accepted). Putting action plans to action: Policy, procedure, and frameworks for providing services to women experiencing IPV in Canada. Sparking Population Health Solutions. Ottawa, ON. April 25 - 28, 2016.


Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Selvadurai, M. (2015, June 2 - 5). Are we there yet? A critical review of the health sector response to intimate partner violence in Sri Lanka. Presented at the Canadian Domestic Violence conference. Toronto, ON. Workshop presentation: 45 minutes. www.canadiandomesticviolenceconference.ca



Guruge, S., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Selvadurai, M. (2015, June 9). A critical review of the literature on sexual intimate partner violence in the Sri Lankan context. Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing 7th Research Day: “Research leadership: Leveraging intervention research for better outcomes”. Toronto, ON.


Guruge, S., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Seifi, S.G. (2015, June 9). A review of literature on interventions and programs that engage men in preventing intimate partner violence. Presented at the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing 7th Research Day: “Research leadership: Leveraging intervention research for better outcomes”. Toronto, ON.


Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., Guruge, S., Gunawardena, N., & Selvadurai, M. (2015, July 8). A scoping review of intimate partner violence services in Sri Lanka: Opportunities and challenges. Presented at the128th Anniversary International Medical Congress of the Sri Lanka Medical Association. Colombo, WP. Retreived from conference.slma.lk


Bhagya, U. (2015, October). A data collector’s experiences interviewing women who have experienced intimate partner violence (IPV) in urban and rural areas in Sri Lanka. Presented at Looking back: Moving forward. Colombo, WP.


Mahendran, R. (2015, October). A data collector’s experiences interviewing women who have experienced intimate partner violence in Batticaloa district, Sri Lanka. Looking back: Moving forward. Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, Colombo, Sri Lanka. 


Seneviratne, S.M.K.S. (2015, October). Challenges faced by nurses in providing care for women who have experienced intimate partner violence. Presented at Looking back: Moving forward. Colombo, WP.


Guruge, S., Jayasuriya-Illesinghe, V., & Selvadurai, M. (2015, April 2). Strengthening health policy response to address intimate partner violence in Sri Lanka. Presented at Ryerson University's Faculty Achievement and Year End Celebration. Toronto, ON.


Guruge, S., & Jayasuriya-­Illesinghe, V. (2016, April 7). Limitless: Building partnerships through collaborative research & knowledge exchange. Presented at Ryerson University's Faculty Achievement and Year End Celebration. Toronto, ON.


Guruge, S., & Jayasuriya-­Illesinghe, V. (2016, January 25). Strengthening health policy response to address IPV in the Sri Lankan Context: project overview and findings. Scholarly, Research and Creative Activity Colloquium. Toronto, ON. 


Jayasuriya-­Illesinghe, V. (2015, December 16) Strengthening health policy response to address IPV in the Sri Lankan Context: Project overview. Presented at the Policy Makers’ meeting. Colombo, WP.


Jayasuriya, V. (2015, March 18). Researching IPV in Sri Lanka: The transnational experience and the global context. Presented at the Women’s Health Expert Committee of the Sri Lanka Medical Association, Department of Community Medicine, University of Colombo. Colombo, WP.