Professor Holt Presents at Bullying Prevention Workshop in Washington, DC

SEDFACULTYProfessor Melissa Holt will present at the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Bullying Prevention Workshop in Washington, DC from April 9th to 10th, 2014. The workshop will focus on Increasing Capacity for Reducing Bullying and Its Impact on the Lifecourse of Youth Involved.

The workshop aims to “convene diverse stakeholders and experts to highlight current research on bullying prevention and lessons learned from related areas of research and practice.”

Professor Holt will give a presentation on parents’ attitudes toward and responses to bullying as a part of a panel on family-focused interventions.

Visit the IOM website to learn more about the Bullying Prevention Workshop.

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