Michelle L. Munro-Kramer

Michelle L. Munro-Kramer, PhD, CNM, FNP-BC research focuses on trauma, comprehensive care of vulnerable populations, and missed opportunities for care within domestic and international contexts. Her research projects approach these topics using a trauma-informed and patient-centered lens. She uses mixed methods and participatory action research to understand the experiences of vulnerable populations in order to inform future intervention development. Dr. Munro-Kramer is currently evaluating a web-based app focused on healthy relationships, sexual violence, and intimate partner violence violence using a life skills perspective for college students. She is also working with colleagues to develop a sub-Saharan Africa gender-based violence prevention and research network among universities in Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Dr. Munro-Kramer developed the first undergraduate elective course at the University of Michigan focused on exclusively gender-based violence, Gender-Based Violence: From Theory to Action. The course is cross-listed to include students from multiple disciplines and incorporates lectures as well as experiential hours where students apply the principles from the course by volunteering with community-based organizations doing work related to gender-based violence.

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Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): Interprofessional Strategies for Prevention and Response (edX)

In this course, learners will be introduced to key concepts, definitions, and theories of IPV from public health, social justice, and legal perspectives. Learners will also receive applied learning opportunities to implement best practices for identifying, screening, and responding to IPV in clinical practice settings, including interprofessional strategies that [...]