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Included in this learning module is a downloadable guide for practice and a digital library of short audio programs that highlight specific promising practices through the voices of children. The efficacy of a police-advocacy intervention for victims of domestic violence: 12 month follow up data.
is supported by Avon Foundation for Women in partnership with the Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse (MINCAVA) and Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW) at the University of Minnesota.
We also owe a debt of gratitude to both Jennifer Witt and Kevin Bullock of the Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse who volunteered time and creativity to make learning module is designed for you to use at your own pace.
The interactive website provides text and audio as well as resources for additional study.
Professor Beall remains on the faculty at the university and will be pursuing new areas of research.
An increasing number of contemporary research publications acknowledge the influence of religion and culture on sexual and reproductive behavior and health-care utilization.
It is currently hypothesized that religious influences can partly explain disparities in sexual and reproductive health outcomes.
is a unique online learning module providing you with the opportunity to see domestic violence through the eyes and voices of children.
The purpose of this learning module is to create a multi-pronged response to increase the awareness and sensitivity of shelter advocates and other social service providers to the needs of children and suggest promising ways of enhancing services for children exposed to domestic violence.