Author: Gregory M. Chase, MS, MSHED, PA-C, RN.
Dr. David Sellen, PhD precepting
Final Paper Review, five pages (not including the title and reference page), APA style (most current version): Understanding Best Practices of Youth Violence and Preventation Program.
Review the following CDC publication of Best Practices of Youth Violence Prevention: A Sourcebook for Community Action is the first of its kind to look at the effectiveness of specific violence prevention practices in four key areas: parents and families; home visiting; social and conflict resolution skills; and mentoring.
These programs are drawn from real-world experiences of professionals and advocates who have successfully worked to prevent violence among children and adolescents:
Best Practice of Violence Prevention
Chapter one Best Practice of Violence Prevention
Chapter 2a Best Practice of Violence Prevention
Chapter 2b Best Practice of Violence Prevention
Appendix Best Practice of Violence Prevention
Curriculum Scope for Different Age Groups
As we complete the introductory course on Family Violence, identification and prevention; ask yourself what steps you would take if you witnessed abuse either within your own family or that of a friend? How would you respond, would you know who to call? Would you feel guilty for making that call? We will conclude the discussion sections with these questions, be prepared to respond to a roundtable discussion the final week.
Congratulations on taking the first steps in reducing family violence.
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