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Core competencies and abilities of preventionists

This web conference was the first in a series discussing the contents of a prevention resource packet developed by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). Ever wonder what makes a good preventionist? What knowledge, skills and attitudes are necessary to carry out prevention initiatives in communities? Find out in this web conference, facilitated by Jen Grove of the NSVRC and Liz Zadnik of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012


Host: Ashley Maier, CALCASA, PreventConnect

Presenters:

Jen GroveLiz Zadnik

Materials:

6 responses to “Core competencies and abilities of preventionists”

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  1. Still on the lookout for the link to the TED talk describing social media’s effect on oxytocin levels as a counter argument to Malcolm Gladwell’s article “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.” The link posted in the chat box was to Emily May’s (fantastic) talk, but it didn’t discuss that issue.

  2. Hi,

    Am looking for the webinar Understanding Evidence for Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Prevention: A Demonstration of CDC’s Interactive Tool to Support Evidence-Based Decision Making. Can you point me to where I have to go to access it.

    Thanks,

    Diana

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