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Coker, Ann L., Cook-Craig, Patricia G., Williams, Corrine M., FIsher, Bonnie S., Clear, Emily R., Garcia, Lisandra S., & Hegge, Lea M., (2011). Evaluation of Green Dot: An Active Bystander Intervention to Reduce Sexual Violence on College Campuses. Violence Against Women.17(6): 777-796. (click here for pdf)
The professionals at Green Dot, etc. are not committed to any specific program, but rather to the successful prevention of power-based personal violence. Given the daily human cost of this violence, close scrutiny of violence prevention efforts is imperative. As such, we have worked to engage internationally respected, independent researchers to evaluate our programs and publish results in peer reviewed, scientific journals. Our work will be driven by outcome data and not by personal investment in any specific program.
Though the Green Dot Violence Prevention Strategy is heavily informed by research across multiple disciplines, it is a young program that is still in the early stages of evaluation. Studies that are recently completed or currently underway are listed below. As results, publications, and additional studies become available, they will be accessible from this site.
Funder: Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Ann Coker, Ph.D., University of Kentucky,
and Patty Cook-Craig, Ph.D., University of Kentucky
Funder: Department of Education
Rick Zimmerman, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University
Ann L, Coker,
Patricia G. Cook-Craig,
Corrine M. Williams,
Bonnie S. Fisher,
Emily R. Clear,
Lisandra S. Garcia,
Lea M. Hegge
Ann Coker, Ph.D., University of Kentucky
Registration deadline is July 5, 2013. Click here for registration information
To schedule an on-site training please contact Dr. Jen Sayre, Director of Training and Development, for more information.
Violence Prevention Educator Certification Training
Please email us if you would like information on future trainings.
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