Domestic Violence During COVID-19

As COVID-19 cases continue to surge and stay-at-home orders mount, concerns rise over domestic violence. How has support for domestic violence victims changed since the start of COVID-19? What are our legal, medical, and social responsibilities? How can we do better? Join the Harvard Home for Family Medicine explore these questions through a panel discussion and case study with professionals in the field.


  • Margo Lindauer, JD, Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Director of Clinical Programs, Director of the Domestic Violence Institute, Northeastern University School of Law and Bouvé College of Health Sciences

  • Fa'iz Bayo-Awoyemi, MD, Family Medicine Physician, Cambridge Health Alliance

  • A Victim Services Specialist from the Victim Resource Center at Cambridge Health Alliance

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