love-locks-59067_1280Just in time for Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, the Journal of Adolescent Health has released a series of research on teen dating violence prevention. The articles address topics including promoting healthy relationships, risk factors for youth, evaluations of different primary prevention programs, preventing revictimization, and challenges and successes of prevention program implementation. To find out more about how to access full articles, contact the NSVRC ([email protected]).

Deena Fulton

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Deena is a Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator. She began her work toward ending sexual violence as an evaluator of a school-based prevention program in North Carolina. Before that, she volunteered as a peer educator to promote sexual health and well-being among young adults.

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