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Message ID: 9728
Date: 2014-11-11

Author:Richard Fay

Subject:RE: Bringing EB child maltx prevention to the public

Dr. Douglas, "The Triple P" (Positive Parenting Program ) is a comprehensive public health approach to addressing child, family wellbeing and child abuse prevention. The CDC has expressed interest Triple P and there may be some initiative around the country. Practitioners are offered opportunities to become training in the various service components by level and client population (i.e. special needs, teens, etc.) of location of services delivery (i.e. physician's office, etc.). Richard -----Original Message----- From: bounce-118392559-61969573@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-118392559-61969573@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Douglas, Emily M. Sent: Friday, October 31, 2014 10:19 PM To: Child Researchers Subject: Bringing EB child maltx prevention to the public Greetings! I’m searching for evidence-based child maltreatment prevention programs that bring information on risk factors to the public/parents at the primary, secondary, or tertiary levels. I am wondering if there are programs that are similar to shaken baby prevention programs in that they provide information to parents (and others) about risk factors for abuse and neglect. Or, that are similar to general health promotion programs that educate the public about healthy eating, need for exercise, prevention of smoking, etc. If anyone knows of any, pls. let me know, regardless of evalution. Thanks much in advance for your help. Emily Douglas Emily M. Douglas, Ph.D. Associate Professor | School of Social Work Director, Grad. Writing Fellows Program Bridgewater State University | 508-531-2012 | Visit My Website > Newly released book on corporal punishment: The Primordial Violence > Read my recent piece > on the Massachusetts DCF crisis

Dr. Douglas, "The Triple P" (Positive Parenting Program ) is a comprehensive public health approach to addressing child, family wellbeing and child abuse prevention. The CDC has expressed interest Triple P and there may be some initiative around the country. Practitioners are offered opportunities to become training in the various service components by level and client population (i.e. special needs, teens, etc.) of location of services delivery (i.e. physician's office, etc.). Richard -----Original Message----- From: bounce-118392559-61969573list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-118392559-61969573list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Douglas, Emily M. Sent: Friday, October 31, 2014 10:19 PM To: Child Researchers Subject: Bringing EB child maltx prevention to the public Greetings! I’m searching for evidence-based child maltreatment prevention programs that bring information on risk factors to the public/parents at the primary, secondary, or tertiary levels. I am wondering if there are programs that are similar to shaken baby prevention programs in that they provide information to parents (and others) about risk factors for abuse and neglect. Or, that are similar to general health promotion programs that educate the public about healthy eating, need for exercise, prevention of smoking, etc. If anyone knows of any, pls. let me know, regardless of evalution. Thanks much in advance for your help. Emily Douglas Emily M. Douglas, Ph.D. Associate Professor | School of Social Work Director, Grad. Writing Fellows Program Bridgewater State University | 508-531-2012 | Visit My Website > Newly released book on corporal punishment: The Primordial Violence > Read my recent piece > on the Massachusetts DCF crisis