These web conferences kick-off a series that explore CDC’s new tools and online resources for thinking about evidence. We will explore the ways in which research, contextual and experiential evidence can be used to make evidence-based prevention decisions and support successful implementation of prevention strategies. These web conferences will include information on CDC’s “Understanding Evidence” series as well as a new, interactive tool designed to support evidence-based decision-making in the field.
The June 18 web conference will focus on using these tools and concepts for intimate partner violence prevention, and will feature demonstrations and discussions led by intimate partner violence prevention practitioners. The June 20 web conference will focus on using these tools and concepts for sexual violence prevention, and will feature demonstrations and discussions led by sexual violence prevention practitioners.
In September this series will continue as we examine child maltreatment and suicide.
|Monday, June 18, 2012||Wednesday, June 20, 2012|
Intimate Partner Violence
11 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific Time (2 PM to 3:30 PM Eastern)
Host: David Lee, CALCASA, PreventConnect
Presenters: Sally Thigpen, Helen Singer and Natalie Wilkins, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- June 18; Deborah DeBare, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- June 20: Agnieszka McCort, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment and Leah Perkinson, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
|Sally Thigpen||Helen Singer||Natalie Wilkins|
- IPV – June 18 Slides [PDF]
- Sexual Violence – June 20 Slides [PDF]
- Chat June 18 [PDF]
- Chat June 20 [PDF]
- Recording June 18 [click here]
- Understanding Evidence: Part 1 Best Available Research Evidence, CDC
- Evidence Project Overview, CDC [PDF]
- DUe to technical problems there is no recording for June 20
- Define three types of evidence.
- Articulate an evidence-based decision-making process.
- Explain how three types of evidence are used in an evidence-based decision-making process.