Dr. Jane Lipscomb is Professor, University of Maryland Schools of Nursing and Medicine and Director, Center for Community Based Engagement and Learning, University of Maryland, Baltimore. She has conducted research into the prevention of occupational injuries and illness in the health care and social service workplace for over twenty years, with a focus on workplace violence. Prior to joining the faculty, Dr. Lipscomb spent three years as a senior scientist in the Office of the Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and five years at the University of California, at San Francisco (UCSF) School of Nursing, as assistant professor and director of the graduate program in Occupational Health Nursing. Dr. Lipscomb is the recipient of the University Of Maryland’s 2008 Founders Day Research Lecturer Award. She was inducted as a Fellow into the Collegium Ramazzini in Carpi, Italy in 2013. She is author of “Not Part of the Job: How to Take a Stand Against Violence in the Work Setting” published by American Nurses Association in 2015. Dr. Lipscomb is a member of the planning committee for the NIOSH 2016 Total Worker Health Research Methodology Workshop.