Dating Matters and the Future of Teen Dating Violence Prevention
An RTC of Dating Matters: Effects on teen dating violence and relationship behaviours
Design and feasibility of a school-based text message campaign to promote healthy relationships
Teen dating violence prevention: Cluster-randomized trial of Teen Choices, an online, stage-based program for healthy, nonviolent relationships
Therapeutic intervention for victims and perpetrators of dating violence: A systematic review
Adolescent Dating Violence Prevention Programmes: a Global Systemic Review of
What Works in Violence Prevention Among Young People?: A Systematic Review of Reviews
Examining the effects of teen dating violence prevention programs:
a systematic review and meta-analysis
Effects of Dating Matters® on sexual violence and sexual harassment outcomes
among middle school youth:A cluster-randomized controlled trial
PREVNet is located at Queen’s University, situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory. This territory is included in the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement between the Iroquois Confederacy and the Confederacy of the Ojibwe and Allied Nations to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes, and we are committed to honouring this agreement. As settlers, we are grateful to have the opportunity to meet, work, learn, and play here.
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.