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Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse

Keyword: childhood victimization

Register now to attend the Summer Institute Course, 330.647.11 Childhood Victimization: An Overview of Public Health Efforts, taking place Thursday, June 7 at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. This all-day course is designed for students, researchers and professionals who work with child sexual abuse victims or offenders but is open to anyone interested in knowing more about prevention.

This course will provide insight into public health strategies used to address child sexual abuse detection and prevention, victim treatment and offender interventions. Students will analyze current approaches to child sexual victimization, detection and prevention with a focus on understanding the limitations of formal social responses. Finally, Dr. Letourneau will introduce new approaches in perpetrator-focused primary prevention.

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Childhood Victimization: An Overview of Public Health Efforts (330.647.11)
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
8:30 am to 5 pm
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

This one-day class examines childhood victimization from a public health perspective and familiarizes students with public health strategies used to address three related domains: detection and prevention, treating victims and offender interventions. This class challenges students to critically examine policy and practice using cases such as the Penn State sex abuse scandal. Small group break-out sessions help familiarize students with the public health approach to violence prevention.

This class is open to Johns Hopkins students as well as working professionals. The deadline to register is Monday, May 29 at 11:59 pm.

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Tuition and Fees
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Register now to attend our summer institute course, Childhood Victimization: An Overview of Public Health Efforts, taking place Tuesday, May 31 at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
This one-day class examines childhood victimization from a public health perspective and familiarizes students with public health strategies used to address three related domains: detection and prevention, treating victims and offender interventions. This class challenges students to critically examine policy and practice using cases such as the Penn State sex abuse scandal. Small group break-out sessions help familiarize students with the public health approach to violence prevention.
 
This class is open to Johns Hopkins students as well as working professionals.
 
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