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Indicators for Evaluating Community- and Societal-Level Risk and Protective Factors for Violence Prevention: Findings From a Review of the Literature.
Armstead TL, et al. J Public Health Manag Pract 2018 - Review. PMID 29189503 Free PMC article.
These indicators strengthen violence prevention researchers' and practitioners' ability to detect proximal effects of violence prevention programs, practices, and policies, and provide timely feedback on the impact of their work. Thus, opportunities exist for violence prevention researchers to further study the associations between various indicators and different violent outcomes and to inform practitioner, evaluator, and funder developed logic models that include indicators of relevant risk and protective factors for crosscutting violence prevention measures and outcomes....
These indicators strengthen violence prevention researchers' and practitioners' ability to detect proximal effects of viole
Violence prevention and control through environmental modifications.
Mair JS and Mair M. Annu Rev Public Health 2003 - Review. PMID 12428032
Public health has brought new and complementary tools for understanding and preventing violence. Whereas public health has long recognized the environment as a determinant of disease and injury, it has paid less attention to the environment when considering violence prevention strategies. For several decades though, some criminologists and others have been researching environmental factors in crime prevention. This article aims to discuss the main environmental crime-prevention strategies, provide examples of promising interventions, review public health literature that uses these strategies, discuss what public health can contribute, and suggest public health research to test the hypothesis that violence can be prevented and controlled through environmental modifications....
Public health has brought new and complementary tools for understanding and preventing violence. Whereas public health has long recog …
Effects of a violence prevention intervention in schools and surrounding communities: Secondary analysis of a cluster randomised-controlled trial in Uganda.
Merrill KG, et al. Child Abuse Negl 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30114680 Free PMC article.
The Good School Toolkit is effective in reducing staff violence against children in Ugandan primary schools. A secondary analysis of cluster-randomised trial data was conducted to investigate intervention effects on school operational culture, and on normative beliefs and violence against children from caregivers outside of school. ...No differences between groups were observed in past-week violence against children at home. This intervention shows promise as a platform for addressing violence against children within the school environment and surrounding community....
The Good School Toolkit is effective in reducing staff violence against children in Ugandan primary schools. A secondary analysis of …
Canaries in the coal mine: Interpersonal violence, gang violence, and violent extremism through a public health prevention lens.
Eisenman DP and Flavahan L. Int Rev Psychiatry 2017. PMID 28805121
This study illustrates how this model has been used for gang violence prevention and explores overlaps between gang violence prevention and preventing violent extremism. Finally, it provides policy and programme recommendations to align CVE with public health violence prevention....
This study illustrates how this model has been used for gang violence prevention and explores overlaps between gang violenc
Gender Transformative Approaches to Engaging Men in Gender-Based Violence Prevention: A Review and Conceptual Model.
Casey E, et al. Trauma Violence Abuse 2018 - Review. PMID 27197533
Engaging men and boys as participants and stakeholders in gender-based violence (GBV) prevention initiatives is an increasingly institutionalized component of global efforts to end GBV. ...This developing evidence base suggests that prevention programs with a "gender transformative" approach, or an explicit focus on questioning gender norms and expectations, show particular promise in achieving GBV prevention outcomes. ...
Engaging men and boys as participants and stakeholders in gender-based violence (GBV) prevention initiatives is an increasingl …
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma Prevention Committee topical update: Impact of community violence exposure, intimate partner violence, hospital-based violence intervention, building community coalitions and injury prevention program evaluation.
Rosenblatt MS, et al. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2019. PMID 31349352
First, this review tackles two of the many social determinates of violence, including activities aimed at mitigating the impact of both community violence exposure and intimate partner/domestic violence. Developing or participating in coalitions for injury prevention, both in general with any injury prevention initiative, and specifically while developing a hospital-based violence intervention program, efficiently extends the hospital's efforts by gaining access to expertise, resources, and influence over the target population that the hospital might otherwise have difficulty impacting. ...
First, this review tackles two of the many social determinates of violence, including activities aimed at mitigating the impact of bo …
Research priority setting for integrated early child development and violence prevention (ECD+) in low and middle income countries: An expert opinion exercise.
Tomlinson M, et al. Child Abuse Negl 2017. PMID 28802211 Free article.
We used the Child Health and Nutrition Initiative (CHNRI) method for the setting of research priorities in integrated Early Childhood Development and violence prevention programs (ECD+). ...The findings from this research priority setting exercise can help guide donors and other development actors towards funding priorities for important future research related to ECD and violence prevention....
We used the Child Health and Nutrition Initiative (CHNRI) method for the setting of research priorities in integrated Early Childhood Develo …
Bridging prevention and practice: public health and family violence.
Rosenberg ML, et al. Acad Med 1997. PMID 9008583
Public health approaches the primary prevention of family violence by focusing on surveillance, the identification of risk factors, and the development, evaluation, and dissemination of interventions. ...The US Centers for Disease Control is developing definitions and criteria for family violence, collecting data on the prevalence of partner violence, identifying salient risk factors, and determining which interventions are effective. ...
Public health approaches the primary prevention of family violence by focusing on surveillance, the identification of risk fac …
Are interventions focused on gender-norms effective in preventing domestic violence against women in low and lower-middle income countries? A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Semahegn A, et al. Reprod Health 2019. PMID 31262331 Free PMC article.
The pooled prevalence of lifetime intimate partner violence was 55% (95% CI: 52, 59%). Of these, main categories were lifetime physical violence [39% (95% CI: 33, 45%); psychological violence [45% (95% CI: 40, 52%)] and sexual violence [20% (95% CI: 17, 23%)]. Furthermore, the pooled prevalence of current intimate partner violence was 38% (95% CI: 34, 43%). Of these, physical violence [25% (95% CI: 21, 28%)]; psychological violence [30% (95% CI: 24, 36%)] and sexual violence [7.0% (95% CI: 6.6, 7.5%)] were the pooled prevalence for the major types of intimate partner violence. ...
The pooled prevalence of lifetime intimate partner violence was 55% (95% CI: 52, 59%). Of these, main categories were lifetime physic …
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