Looking for an easy way to get caught up on the latest in teen dating violence research?
Up-to-date, empirical research has a critical role to play in the practice of Teen Dating Violence intervention programs, and we aim to support ease-of-access to this research. A number of cutting-edge articles have been selected for their direct applicability to our Community of Practice projects. These two-page plain language summaries have been generated from these research articles. New summaries will be posted regularly.
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PREVNet works to eliminate violence and promote healthy relationships for youth and is dedicated to working toward addressing the systemic racism and the impacts of colonization that puts marginalized groups at higher risks of violence. PREVNet believes it is our collective responsibility to listen, learn, and act to ensure the rights of Indigenous people are recognized and implemented.