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E-Resources for Understanding and Assessing Various Forms of Violence | April 28, 2020

Appropriate for Children and Families and Health and Mental Health
Total Practicum Hours: 8 hours

Introduction to the Links between Multiple Forms of Violence
60 Minutes – An introduction to the links between multiple forms of violence. Overlapping causes, risk
and protective factors. Some case studies from different states. Mix of video and power point.

Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences
60 minutes –Discusses the role of culture and diversity, risk and protective factors, screening,
intervention and programs.

Impact of Early Trauma on the Developing Brain
60 minutes – The topics of the videos include: brain architecture; how serve and return interactions
shape brain development; stress and its impact on brain development; and resilience.

Principles of Prevention
60 minutes – Learn how principles of prevention can be implemented at the individual, relationship,
societal and community level to create healthy communities free from violence. Define violence, identify
the four levels of the social-ecological model and distinguish primary from secondary and tertiary
prevention. Quizzes throughout.

Human Trafficking for Health Care Professionals – best to use Google Chrome or Firefox
3 hours – includes a quiz at the end, must get 60% on quiz to receive the certificate. Create an account
and this will also allow you to resume where you left off.
Module 1 – Overview of human trafficking for health care providers
Module 2 – Indicators of human trafficking
Module 3 – Dealing with human trafficking in a health care setting, use of language and culturally
appropriate and trauma informed service. (Section 7 and 8 of this module is specific to medical
Module 4 – Services and programs available in Ontario and how to make referrals.

Responding to Sexual Violence Disclosures – One Hour Introductory Training, Western University
60 minutes – The goal of this training is to teach you to respond to victims/survivors who disclose or
report an experience of sexual violence in effective and supportive ways that will sustain support and
intervention from that point forward.