By David Lee on March 2, 2011 · tagged as ,

Building Prevention Leadership: PreventConnect 2011 web conferences

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For its sixth year of web conferences to advance the prevention of sexual and domestic violence, PreventConnect is announcing its 2011 schedule of interactive, candid conversations where participants learn and share with peers and national experts committed to innovation in prevention strategy.

The theme for this year is “Building Prevention Leadership: Taking a Stand to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence.” The web conference series will emphasize building prevention capacity of prevention practitioners. Many of these web conferences will be lead by Prevention Institute, the national organization dedicated to bringing prevention to the center of community well-being. Below is a short video from Prevention Institute’s Annie Lyle and Christine Chang describing this year’s series.

This will include a series of lessons, “From Data to Prevention,” that show different approaches for using data to build the case for prevention. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will release the results of the National Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Survey in October 2011. PreventConnect’s web conferences will prepare prevention practitioners to use this and other surveillance, evaluation and experiential evidence in their work.

Along with the PreventConnect blog, Twitter feed, wiki and podcasts, these web conferences will bring together the PreventConnect community of prevention practitioners, trainers, researchers and funders, as everyone continues to strengthen the online discussion about prevention.


2011 PreventConnect Web Conference Schedule
All web conferences will start at 2 p.m. Eastern; 1 p.m. Central; noon Mountain; 11 a.m. Pacific.
Additional guests will be announced when registrations open approximately three weeks before the web conference.

February 15 & 16: New Frames for Public Perceptions of Violence Against Women
Presenters: Karen Baker, National Sexual Violence Resource Center; Maya Christopher, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
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March 8 & 9:
Advancing a Critical Analysis: Incorporating consciousness in prevention efforts
Presenter: Prevention Institute
Guests: Maeven McGovern, Youth Radio; Pheng Thao, Asian Women United of Minnesota
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May 10 & 11: Cultivating Community Driven Social Change
Presenter: Prevention Institute
Guests: TBA

May 25 & 26: Understanding the Differences between National Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence Surveys.
Presenter: Michele Lynberg Black, Ph.D., M.P.H., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

June 8: From Data to Prevention I: Framing Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention Impact From a Cost-Effectiveness Perspective
Presenter: Transforming Communities

July 25 & 26: From Data to Prevention II: Using Data to Make the Case for Prevention
Presenter: Prevention Institute with Berkeley Media Studies Group

August 30 & 31: Promoting a Diverse Leadership
Presenter: Prevention Institute
Guests: TBA

September 20 & 21: From Data to Prevention III: Framing Primary Prevention Messages Using Data
Presenters: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Fenton

September 27 & 28:
Measuring and Communicating Effectiveness
Presenter: Prevention Institute
Guests: TBA

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