Andres Villaveces, PREVENT, University of North Carolina

This slideshow presentation helps participants  to identify and evaluate the best sources of information (or evidence) on which to base intervention decisions and prevention activities.

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
2006

(8:18 minutes) This presentation introduces the key role of changing social norms to develop effective primary prevention efforts. *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

(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.

Cicatelli Associates Inc. with the National Center for Victims of Crime and Safe Horizon, Inc. for the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC)

This online program is a basic victim advocacy training offering victim services providers and allied professionals the opportunity to acquire the basic skills and knowledge they need to better assist victims of crime. Specific information is also provided to meet the needs of target populations. Each module in VAT Online is taught using interactive methodologies, case studies, exercises and other suggested activities to enhance the user’s learning. Each module or section takes about 30–60 minutes to complete. *Registration is required.

The Woman's Justice Center
2000

Teaching scenarios used in this self-paced online course are designed for use in groups and classes of all kinds. The following teaching scenarios are designed for use in groups and classes of all kinds. Although they are phrased in terms of what to do if you have "a friend" in a given situation, the scenarios are designed to educate everyone.

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