80%-90% of pre-adolescents and adolescents experience physical and psychological symptoms as a result of being the bullied at school.
Bullying may be physical (punching, kicking, spitting, sexual assault), verbal (name calling, racial slurs, threatening comments), or psychological (spreading rumors, manipulating relationships, intimidating). Bullying can occur face-to-face or online with the use of readily available technology resulting in cyber bullying, sexting and extortion.
Preventing and responding to school bullying is everyone’s responsibility.
Join violence prevention expert Dianne Ditmer for this 1 hour look at a comprehensive program to reduce and prevent bullying based on multi-level interventions. Stopping youth violence is the key to the health and well-being of today’s youth.
Here’s a look at some of what Dianne will cover:
Who should attend? Healthcare providers, nurses, physicians, physician assistants, nursing assistants, clinical lab staff, radiology staff, day care providers, educators, counselors, day care providers, first responders including paramedics, EMT’s
- Thomas J. Force
Dr. Dianne Ditmer is a clinical nurse educator and Certified Forensic Nurse with a background in risk management and emergency nursing. Her clinical training and certifications include forensic nursing and medical error investigation. As a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, Dr. Ditmer serves as chairman of the American Board of Forensic Nurses; member of the Ohio Healthcare Taskforce on Family Violence, and Montgomery County Sexual Assault Response Team.
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