Injury-Free NC Academy on Preventing Multiple Forms of Violence–Session 2
The Injury-Free NC (IFNC) Academy is a training and program development resource for injury and violence prevention practitioners in North Carolina. Each cycle of the IFNC Academy focuses on a timely topic affecting North Carolinians. The 2019 Academies will focus on two subjects: 1) establishing syringe exchange programs, and 2) using a shared risk and protective factors approach to prevent multiple forms of violence.
The IFNC Academy on Using a Shared Risk and Protective Factors Approach to Prevent Violence will include training activities on developing skills in primary prevention (preventing violence before it occurs), program planning, and the implementation and evaluation of evidenced-based and evidence-informed strategies to prevent violence among diverse populations.
Session I (2-day training): March 20-21, 2019
Session II (2-day training): June 25-26, 2019
Session III (1-day interactive workshop): September 26, 2019
This event is by invitation only. The application cycle for the 2019 academies has ended and teams have been selected to participate.