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PREVNet researchers study bullying and violent video game use.

There is interesting evidence to suggest that bullying perpetration and violent video game use are related.

PREVNet partner, MediaSmarts launches a new program to teach Canadian youth to act ethically online

In recognition of Cyber Security Month, MediaSmarts—a Canadian centre for digital and media literacy, and a PREVNet partner—has launched a series of digital citizenship resources. Stay on the Path: Teaching Kids to be Safe and Ethical Online is a new program for parents and teachers to teach young people to be ethical online citizens.

 

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director Dr. Wendy Craig on youth suicides: Schools can help identify those at risk

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director Dr. Wendy Craig says teachers can help spot a young person at risk, and then let mental health experts know.

 

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director Dr. Debra Pepler: More education is needed to prevent bullying

PREVNet Scientific Co-Director Dr. Debra Pepler says both legislation and better education will help prevent bullying.

PREVNet Board of Directors announces a new Chair, Vice Chair & Treasurer

PREVNet's Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Ms. Martha Tory as Chair, Ms. Shelley Cardinal as Vice Chair, and Ms. Gillian Pearl as Treasurer.

PREVNet partner, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection marks Cybertip.ca Awareness Day

September 26, 2013 not only marks the 11 year anniversary of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s Cybertip.ca program, but also Cybertip.ca Awareness Day.

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