CDC’s Division of Violence Prevention and Prevention Institute
Download the Powerpoint slides (also in PDF) for a presentation discussing the resource from CDC and the Prevention Insitute. The resource it's based on discussed the connections between multiple forms of violence and promotes effective collaboration for prevention.
This webinar recording shares strategies to improve outreach efforts, focus on safety and prevention, as well as screening for immigration remedies for survivors of sexual violence in the workplace. (~1.5 hours)
In this recorded webinar, experts talk about their experiences preventing and responding to sexual violence in the workplace and engaging employers as partners in these efforts. The webinar also introduces the Sexual Violence and the Workplace information packet developed by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC).
A website created by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides survivor stories, information, and access to resources related to Military Sexual Trauma (MST). The site emphasizes personalized resources based on individual needs and qualities and the ability to help connect with other veterans who have had similar experiences.
A video discusses the issue of sexual violence and military. It incorporates the stories and voices of service members who experienced rape. In this video, the term Military Sexual Violence (MST) is defined in the video as the the official term for the psychological trauma that may result from military rape, sexual assault, or sexual harassment.
This course aims to provide clear definitions of sexual harassment and sexual trauma and discuss the frequencies and mental health impacts of these events on women and men in the military.
After viewing the presentation, the participant will be able to:
Define the terms used to describe sexual harassment and assault in the military
Report estimates of the frequencies of sexual harassment and assault in the military
Describe the mental health impact of sexual trauma and implications for care
Harvill, Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University
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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