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Making Teen Healthy Relationships Programs Even Stronger

PREVNet is excited to be a part of the Building the Field of Teen Healthy Relationships project in partnership with the Canadian Women's Foundation to promote teen healthy relationships. This project brings together staff, researchers, academics, and youth themselves to discuss teen healthy relationship programming.

New Bullying Study at the University of Regina

A doctoral student at the University of Regina is beginning a new study on treating the harmful effects of bullying into adulthood through a trauma perspective. She is currently recruiting participants for a 12 session study that seeks to understand the treatment of bullying as trauma. 

Rebuilding Self-Esteem After Bullying

How can parents support their children in rebuilding self-esteem after they experience bullying? PREVNet partner researchers Joanne Cummings and Tony Volk discuss strategies with Today's Parent

Research Matters Bullying Trivia Contest

Can research stop bullying? It already has. Find out how Ontario research has reduced bullying and enter to win with Research Matters! #StayCurious

New Videos For Parents From MediaSmarts

MediaSmarts has released two new videos for parents just in time for summer. These videos help parents discuss social media use with teens and they cover topics involving excessive use and privacy concerns. 

More Guidance Counsellors Needed in Canada’s Schools to Prevent Cyberbullying

PREVNet partner researcher and former chair of the Nova Scotia Task Force on Bullying and Cyberbullying, Wayne MacKay discusses the importance of providing school staff to prevent bullying and cyberbullying. 

Dr. Wendy Craig Discusses PREVNet with Kingston MPP

PREVNet's Dr. Wendy Craig discusses the history and progress of the network with Kingston MPP Sophie Kiwala. 

UNICEF Report Reveals Canada’s Poor Ranking for Children’s Well-Being

A recent UNICEF report revealed that Canada ranks poorly among wealthy countries for children’s well-being. This ranking is a combination of many factors including declining mental health, bullying and healthy relationships.

Media Literacy Week 2017 Announced

PREVNet partners MediaSmarts and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) have announced their annual Media Literacy Week, to be held November 6-10th. This year’s focus is on diversity and inclusion online for children and teens. 

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