Friday, January 24, 2020

2020 Webinar Series on ACEs and Child Maltreatment Prevention


This will be a great opportunity to learn about research in progress related to ACEs and child maltreatment prevention. In each session, you will learn about the research topic and methodology, and have the opportunity to engage with the researchers to share your ideas and questions!

Registration is live – visit the website to sign up for webinars. Feel free to share with your networks – these are open to all.

All webinars are one hour, free and open to prevention professionals and researchers in child maltreatment prevention. Presenters will describe research in progress and take questions from attendees.
To register, visit the website.
April 16

Time: 10 Pacific, 11 Mountain, 12 Central,
1 Eastern
Opioids and Child Maltreatment: Neighborhood Factors To Protect Families

Nichole Michaels, PhD, and Bridget Freisthler, PhD
Nationwide Children's Hospital and The Ohio State University

May 18

Time: 10 Pacific, 11 Mountain, 12 Central,
1 Eastern
Building Community Resilience: Addressing the 'Pair of ACEs' and Preventing Child Maltreatment through a Cross-Sector Approach

Caitlin Murphy, MPA-PNP and Jeff Hild, JD
George Washington University
June 17

Time: 10 Pacific, 11 Mountain, 12 Central,
1 Eastern
Evaluating Organizational Policies to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

Luciana Assini-Meytin, PhD and Katherine E. Soule, PhD
Johns Hopkins University and University of California Cooperative Extension
July 14

Time: 10 Pacific, 11 Mountain, 12 Central,
1 Eastern
Promoting Economic Stability to Reduce Child Maltreatment: Evaluating a Policy Approach

Ali Rowhani Rahbar, MD, PhD and Nicole Kovski, MS
University of Washington
September 15

Time: 10 Pacific, 11 Mountain, 12 Central,
1 Eastern
Gun Violence as an Adverse Childhood Experience: Reflections from Research and Practice Perspectives

Sonali Rajan, EdD, Danielle Kassow, PhD, and Ginny Rauh, ScD
Columbia University and Trauma-Free NYC

Hosted by the National Peer Learning Team on Child Maltreatment, a collaborative initiative of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Program for Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER) at the Colorado School of Public Health