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Title:   " Deborah Prothrow-Stith on Kids/Violence/Gangs: Solutions for Preventing Violence Among Youth "

Dr. Deborah Prothrow-Stith is a nationally recognized public health leader with applied and academic experience ranging from involvement with neighborhood clinics and inner-city hospitals to service as a state commissioner of health and dean at the Harvard School of Public Health. She developed and wrote the first violence prevention curriculum for schools and co-wrote Deadly Consequences, the first book to present a public health perspective on violence. In this interview, she discusses some of the causes of juvenile violence, strategies for preventing it and why and how public policy must change to respond to these critical problems in American society.

Production Date:  1995
Length:  30 minutes
Ordering:  NETCHE Member checkout
Subject:  Health and Human Performances Criminal Justice
Non-Members:  Not available
Series Title:  PERSPECTIVE

 

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