Connecting the dots : an overview of the links among multiple forms of violence
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Connecting the dots : an overview of the links among multiple forms of violence

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      PowerPoint presentation summarizing: Wilkins, N., Tsao, B., Hertz, M., Davis, R., Klevens, J. (2014). Connecting the Dots: An Overview of the Links Among Multiple Forms of Violence. Atlanta, GA: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Oakland, CA: Prevention Institute. “Connecting the Dots” Brief • What it is: Brief document that translates research about the connections between different forms of violence (e.g. shared risk and protective factors) • Audience: Public health and violence prevention practitioners and their partners • Purpose: Help violence prevention practitioners and their partners 1) Better understand and make the case for the connections between multiple forms of violence, 2) Think strategically and creatively about ways to prevent all types of violence from occurring in the first place
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