A Public Health Approach to Bullying
Catherine Bradshaw, PhD, MEd, is a developmental psychologist and an associate professor with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Department of Mental Health. Bradshaw is a mental health services and prevention researcher whose work focuses on the development of aggressive and problem behaviors among children and school-based prevention. Her research ranges from assessing bullying and school climate to the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based prevention programs in schools. Bradshaw also works with the Maryland State Department of Education, as well as several school districts and national organizations to support school violence and bullying prevention. In addition to her role at the Bloomberg School, she holds a joint appointment at the Johns Hopkins School of Education. She also serves as the deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Center for the Prevention of Youth Violence and is co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.
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- Johns Hopkins Center for the Prevention of Youth Violence
- Johns Hopkins Center for Prevention and Early Intervention
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