PREVENT

This is a series of short, self-directed online learning modules offering an introduction to violence prevention. Each module includes several slideshow presentations with audio. A printable outline (slides and script), and a glossary are available.

Prevention Connection
2009

(26:52 minutes) This presentation describes the value of logic models in planning a violence against women primary prevention effort. It starts by looking at how logic models build on existing strengths, and when to use a logic model. The presentation then reviews logic model basics, explaining how logic models are a simple series of questions and exploring the steps in creating logic models.

Prevention Connection
2007

(10:01 minutes) This presentation introduces the audience to strategies for effectively using websites when looking for information related to violence against women prevention.

Prevention Connection
2008

(12:11 minutes) This presentation explores how researchers and practitioners are able to measure the prevention of violence against women. It is based on the Prevention Connection web conference, "How Do We Measure the Prevention of Violence Against Women?". In the web conference, a panel of researchers discussed the challenges and potential tools find finding ways to measure social change.

Prevention Connection
2008

(10:11 minutes) This presentation is based on Prevention Connection's web conference, "Engaging Bystanders in Violence Against Women Prevention" held on August 26, 2008.

Prevention Connection
2009

(7:27 minutes) This presentation focuses on community organizations that engage in prevention partnerships, and discusses the strategies needed to support and maintain such partnerships over time. * The Presentation Materials section contains slides, handouts, and other materials given by Prevention Connection and other prevention educators at conferences, workshops, and other trainings.

Prevention Connection
2009

(8:15 minutes) This presentation develops a public health framework for the prevention of violence against women that is rooted in social justice, community assets, and community needs. This presentation was developed by David S. Lee, Director of Prevention Services at the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault.

Diane L. Rosenfeld for Harvard Law School, Berkman Center for Internet & Society
2002

This series of 5 online learning modules explores the various ways in which violence against women is facilitated through the use of the Internet, as well as ways in which the Internet may be used as a site of resistance to such violence.
*Registration is required.
Modules include:  Campus Sexual Assault Policies,  Pornography,  Sex Trafficking
The Internet as a Site of Resistance,  Safety.

Prevention Pathways, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)

Each year, more than 500,000 non-fatal violent crimes are committed against women. These crimes include sexual assault, rape, intimate partner violence, and elder abuse. Many of these crimes involve the use of alcohol or other drugs. The course describes these "hidden problems" and identifies risk factors, screening and assessment tools, prevention and intervention strategies, tools for clients, and legal issues.

Harvill, Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University
2006

The method of this online workbook is to help users analyze actual workplace scenarios, put themselves in the role of both victim and harasser, and covertly practice what they would do if a similar incident occurred. This workbook also takes a look at the individual - offering self-reflection on who you are, what your tendencies are, and how much you trust yourself regarding your reactions and perceptions during critical incidents.

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