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   Combating Teen Dating Violence: Promising Research in Prevention and Intervention for Youth at-Risk
February 23, 2010

February 23, 2010

This discussion was moderated by Carrie Mulford, PhD (slides), Social Science Analyst at the National Institute of Justice. The panel (bios) included:

    * David A. Wolfe, PhD (slides) - RBC Chair in Children's Mental Health; Director, CAMH Centre for Prevention Science; Professor of Psychology & Psychiatry, University of Toronto
    * Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD (slides) - Assistant Professor in Pediatrics, UC Davis School of Medicine
    * Pat Paluzzi, CNM, DrPH (slides) - President/CEO, Healthy Teen Network

Recording - View the multimedia recording of this Webinar.

Resources - Links to resources related to this event.

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.  This Webinar, sponsored by National Institute of Justice and the Government Innovators Network highlighted the latest prevention and intervention research.


Ample time was allocated for audience Q&A.  Topics of discussion included:

  • School-based teen dating violence preventive interventions with at-risk youth.
  • The results of health-clinic interventions in reducing teen dating violence, birth control sabotage and sexual coercion. 
  • Links between pregnancy and interpersonal violence; ways of improving the lives of pregnant and parenting teens.
  • Exploring ways to prevent teen dating violence and improve the lives of those impacted by teen dating violence.

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