HRSA's Quit Tormenting Now! A Diagram.


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HRSA's Quit Tormenting Now! A Diagram January 31, 2008 Crusade Review Tormenting 101 State Laws on Harassing Improvement of Quit Tormenting Now! Quit Tormenting Now! Assets Outline Harassing… Is forceful conduct that means to bring about mischief or pain. Normally is rehashed after some time.
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HRSA’s Stop Bullying Now! An Overview January 31, 2008

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Campaign Overview Bullying 101 State Laws on Bullying Development of Stop Bullying Now! Quit Bullying Now! Assets Overview

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Bullying… Is forceful conduct that plans to bring about mischief or misery. Generally is rehashed after some time. Happens in a relationship where there is an awkwardness of force or quality.

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Prevalence of Bullying Nansel et al. (2001): understudies in evaluations 6-10 19% harassed others “sometimes” or all the more frequently 9% tormented others week by week 17% were tormented “sometimes” or all the more regularly 8% were harassed week by week 6% reported harassing and being harassed “sometimes” or all the more frequently

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Health Consequences of Bullying (Fekkes et al., 2003) Bullied Not tormented Headache 16% 6% Sleep problems 42% 23% Abdominal pain 17% 9% Feeling tense 20% 9% Anxiety 28% 10% Feeling unhappy 23% 5% Depression scale moderate indication 49% 16% strong indication 16% 2%

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State Laws on Bullying = States with laws on harassing = States without any laws on tormenting

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Common Elements of State Laws on Bullying Definition of tormenting (22 of 33) Listing of approach necessities (23) Common Policy Requirements: Reporting of harassing occurrences (18) Investigation of episodes (11) Disciplinary activities for youngsters who spook (17) Guidelines for representative preparing (15) Parental warning (7)

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Bullying State Laws Journal of Adolescent Health Vol.42 (2008) pages 11-20 Anti Bullying Legislation: A Public Health Perspective Jorge C. Srabstein, MD Children’s National Medical Center

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Buildup to Stop Bullying Now ! Columbine High School – Littleton, CO April 20, 1999 Massacre started verbal confrontation over school roughness, unequivocal substance in motion pictures and computer games, and tormenting. Taking after the occasions, numerous schools founded hostile to harassing arrangements and “zero tolerance” ways to deal with weapons and undermining conduct.

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Buildup to Stop Bullying Now ! “Bullying Behaviors Among US Youth” – Dr. Tonja R. Nansel , Journal of the American Medical Association , 2001 First significant article to analyze the pervasiveness and outcomes of tormenting among US youth Report discovered a sum of 29.9 percent of the 15,686 understudy test (grades 6-10) reported direct or regular contribution in harassing Report inferred that “the issue of harassing benefits genuine consideration, both for future exploration and preventive intervention.”

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Buildup to Stop Bullying Now ! U. S. Mystery Service Report on School Shootings (2002) The U.S. Mystery Service contemplated 41 school shooters included in 37 school assaults subsequent to 1974 Key Findings: “School shooters don\'t simply snap. They plan.” Schools must separate the boundaries that restrain kids from enlightening a grown-up concerning a grieved schoolmate. In 66% of the cases, the assailant had felt mistreated, harassed, debilitated, assaulted, or harmed before the episode. Numerous had encountered longstanding and extreme harassing and badgering, which a few aggressors depict as torment.

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Campaign Goals Raise mindfulness about tormenting Prevent and decrease harassing practices Identify fitting mediations for “tweens” (youth ages 9 through 13) and the individuals who impact them Foster and improve linkages among accomplices

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Resources Used for the Campaign’s Development Review of existing examination on tormenting Focus bunches & inside and out meetings with tweens, high schoolers, grown-ups Input from Youth Expert Panel Input from Steering Committee of Partner Organizations

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Stop Bullying Now ! Dispatch Campaign Launch: March 1, 2004 – Washington, DC Launch occasion highlighted Dr. Richard Carmona, Surgeon General of the United States HRSA Administrator Dr. Betty James Duke Youth Expert Panel Dr. Richard Carmona, Surgeon General of the United States, talks with individuals from the KIPP DC: KEY Academy in Washington, D.C. for the Stop Bullying Now! dispatch occasion.

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SBN! Assets Overview Resources for youth Resources for grown-ups Educators Health, wellbeing & psychological wellness experts Law implementation and adolescent equity authorities Youth advancement pioneers Parents Promotional instruments

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StopBullyingNow.hrsa.gov (Campaign “HQ”) Every crusade item/movement housed here Specially assigned youth and grown-up segments Updated like clockwork since dispatch in March, 2004 Employs most recent Web innovation and online specialized devices Sitio Web en espaã±ol – Web webpage content accessible in Spanish

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For Youth: Age-fitting tips “What You Can Do” Tips on what to do in the event that you are being tormented, witness harassing, or spook others “Ask the Expert” Common harassing circumstances tended to by Webisode characters Mr. Bittner and Senorita Ortega “Profile of the Month” Webisode characters confronting new and diverse harassing circumstances

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For Adults: Facts and figures on tormenting and tormenting counteractive action Prevention and mediation tips More than 40 tip sheets accessible for downloading and printing. Proficient advancement devices

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DVD Video Toolkit Produced in association with U.S. Dept. of Education Webisodes PSAs Video Workshops Facilitators’ guide

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Coming Soon … New tip sheets Updated Spanish interpretation Brand-new Stop Bullying Now! Webcast: April 16, 2008

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For more data: CAPT Stephanie Bryn, MPH HRSA/Maternal and Child Health Bureau sbryn@hrsa.gov

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Overview of State Bullying Prevention Activities Erica Streit-Kaplan, MPH, MSW Technical Assistance Specialist Children\'s Safety Network 617-618-2178 estreit-kaplan@edc.org www.childrenssafetynetwork.org

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Health Department’s Role in Bullying Prevention in Virginia Erima Fobbs, MPH Director, Division of Injury and Violence Prevention Virginia Department of Health 804-864-7733 Erima.Fobbs@vdh.virginia.gov www.vahealth.org/civp

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Health Department Involvement in Bullying Prevention in Virginia Community venture awards Identified Olweus as examination based tormenting counteractive action project to bolster MCH Block Grant backing to existing Olweus endeavors in Virginia expanded coaches and supplied start-up assets (features, manuals, books, preparing apparatuses) Obtained a 3 year $290,000/year CDC ESCAPE stipend, starting in October 2006 to grow Olweus programs in Virginia.

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Health Department Coordinates Statewide Olweus Bullying Prevention Project Year 1 - 26 schools (inside of 19 of Virginia’s school divisions) started execution Year 2 - 45 schools in 17 school divisions 6 of 17 school divisions - in procedure of growing to all schools 4 of 6 school divisions – set up in all basic and center schools. 40,000 understudies (essentially rudimentary) Year 3 - Olweus coach workshops and a showcase meeting

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Health Department’s Partners Department of Education, Safe & Drug Free Schools Program and other understudy help projects Center for School Community Collaboration, Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse Prevention Local Community Services Boards School Safety and Juvenile Justice Programs out of Department of Criminal Justice Services Governor’s Office of Substance Abuse Prevention Suicide Crisis and Prevention Programs

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What Public Health Brings to this Issue Education and Criminal Justice - harassing as a greater amount of a separated disciplinary or conduct administration issue; The more extensive individual and societal wellbeing effects are worries of Public Health Public Health suppliers impact people, families, groups, other wellbeing and human administration suppliers outside of school settings Contribute wellbeing and emotional well-being information, data, research, gives and assets all the more promptly got to by general wellbeing suppliers.

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There is much that still should be done to forestall youth roughness as a rule and harassing specifically A decent learning base exists Many free instructive assets are accessible Even with restricted money related assets, wellbeing offices can be essentially included in aversion: educating, advancing assets, providing preparing and specialized assistance.

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Division of Family Health Services Maternal, Child and Community Health (MCCH) Program Cynthia Collins, state Adolescent Health Coordinator Program Manager, Child and Adolescent Health Unit cynthia.collins@doh.state.nj.us 609-292-1723

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MCCH Strategies to Address Bullying A. Assemble state-level limit through organization 1. DOE a. Hostile to harassing law viable since September 1, 2003 b. Safe and Drug Free Schools (Title IV) Requires proof based or promising projects c. MOA with Rutgers University Social-Emotional Learning and Character Education (Title IV) d. MOU with Violence Institute of New Jersey @ UMDNJ Positive Student Discipline Reform Demo. Venture

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MCCH Strategies to Address Bullying (cont’) 2. NJ After 3 - gives after-school site areas 3. NJ State Bar Foundation - directs free, vast trainings for teachers/chairmen in view of Olweus project 4. Potential synergistic open doors in 2008 Adolescent Health Network (December 2007) Department of Children and Families NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness & Prevention (2004)

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MCCH Strategies to Address Bullying (cont’) B. Fabricate group level limit through organization 1. Group Partnership for Healthy Adolescents activit

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