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Message ID: 10275
Date: 2017-11-16

Author:jim campbell

Subject:APSAC's Advanced Training Institute on Child Maltreatment Prevention Strategies Across The Social Ecology

as part of The 32nd Annual International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment (January 28-February 2, 2018) Don't miss APSAC's Pre-Conference Advanced Training Institute Child Maltreatment Prevention Strategies Across the Social Ecology Description: Using the social ecological model as promulgated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to structure the institute, we will present one major prevention strategy directed at each level of the social ecology: individuals, families, communities and society, offering topical presentations on what is known about preventing different forms of child abuse and neglect. The Institute will be begin with an overview of the social-ecological model and the importance of ensuring that prevention is directed at all levels of the social ecology. Sexual abuse prevention will be the focus of the discussion for the individual level focusing on research showing the importance of intrafamily communication around sexuality as a protective factor. Models and research on early childhood home visiting programs will be the focus for the family level with an emphasis on the status and findings from the MIECHV funded initiatives. No-hit zones will be the focus of the community level, looking at both hospital and non-hospital based models. The importance of social norms in promoting safe and healthy families will be discussed as the example of the outer level of the social ecological model. A cross walk of data from national studies on social norms sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse America and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be presented. Objectives: * Participants will become familiar with the social ecological model and its utility in promoting safe and healthy families * Participants will become aware of strategies and tactics to promote safe and healthy families and prevent maltreatment at the individual, family, community and societal levels * Participants will become aware of current research findings and publications on child maltreatment prevention and how to apply these findings to practice For more information and to learn about the speakers click here. CEU's and CME's available through the main conference Early bird pricing ends December 15 $175 members/$200 non-members Register Now Other APSAC Advanced Institutes Include: Advanced Sexual Abuse Training APSAC, 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 SafeUnsubscribeâ„¢ apsac@apsac.org Forward this email | Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by apsac@apsac.org in collaboration with Try it free today

as part of The 32nd Annual International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment (January 28-February 2, 2018) Don't miss APSAC's Pre-Conference Advanced Training Institute Child Maltreatment Prevention Strategies Across the Social Ecology Description: Using the social ecological model as promulgated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to structure the institute, we will present one major prevention strategy directed at each level of the social ecology: individuals, families, communities and society, offering topical presentations on what is known about preventing different forms of child abuse and neglect. The Institute will be begin with an overview of the social-ecological model and the importance of ensuring that prevention is directed at all levels of the social ecology. Sexual abuse prevention will be the focus of the discussion for the individual level focusing on research showing the importance of intrafamily communication around sexuality as a protective factor. Models and research on early childhood home visiting programs will be the focus for the family level with an emphasis on the status and findings from the MIECHV funded initiatives. No-hit zones will be the focus of the community level, looking at both hospital and non-hospital based models. The importance of social norms in promoting safe and healthy families will be discussed as the example of the outer level of the social ecological model. A cross walk of data from national studies on social norms sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse America and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be presented. Objectives: * Participants will become familiar with the social ecological model and its utility in promoting safe and healthy families * Participants will become aware of strategies and tactics to promote safe and healthy families and prevent maltreatment at the individual, family, community and societal levels * Participants will become aware of current research findings and publications on child maltreatment prevention and how to apply these findings to practice For more information and to learn about the speakers click here. CEU's and CME's available through the main conference Early bird pricing ends December 15 $175 members/$200 non-members Register Now Other APSAC Advanced Institutes Include: Advanced Sexual Abuse Training APSAC, 1706 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203 SafeUnsubscribeâ„¢ apsacapsac.org Forward this email | Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by apsacapsac.org in collaboration with Try it free today