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Looking for a webinar you might have missed? Here’s our archived webinars from previous sessions.

Dating Violence Survey Webinar
Intimate partner violence is a major health concern. The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey conducted in 2010 found that more than 1 in 3 women (36%) and more than 1 in 4 men (29%) in the United States have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetimes.1 The 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey reported that 10% of high school students (12% of females, 7% of males) experienced physical dating violence in the past 12 months, and 16% of females and 5% of males experienced sexual dating violence.
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DFC Writing Proposal
Explore how to structure your application and organize your efforts to accomplish the two DFC program goals of establishing and strengthening collaboration around prevention and reducing substance use among youth. This webinar highlights how the Positive Culture Framework (PCF) can be utilized to organize your application, meet the requirements of DFC Support Program, and enhance your coalition’s efforts.
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Traffic Safety Citizenship
Traffic safety citizenship is a novel approach to empower the vast majority of safe road users to engage in prosocial behaviors to impact the smaller group engaging in risky behaviors.  Learn more about this approach and strategies that you can use increase traffic safety citizenship.
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Driving Under the Influence of Cannabis
The Center for Health and Safety Culture completed a research project with the Transportation Pooled Fund on Traffic Safety Culture. The purpose of this research project was to understand which specific aspects of traffic safety culture predict the decision to drive under the influence of cannabis (DUIC). As more states decriminalize and legalize medical and recreational use of cannabis (marijuana), traffic safety leaders and public health advocates have growing concerns about DUIC. The results of this project help distinguish differences in culture between users and non-users of cannabis regarding traffic safety as well as provide recommendations for next steps.
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What is Guide Service?
How can Guide Service help you improve health and safety in your community?  In this webinar, you will learn how support from the Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) can contribute to your communities’ successes. A Guide from the CHSC is a personal consultant available by phone and email to support your community’s efforts. Through monthly calls, the Guide becomes familiar with your specific project and helps guide you through the transformation process. The Guide is available to provide feedback on leadership development, implementing communication efforts, and managing prevention strategies at the local level.
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Positive Culture Framework Overview 2016
The Positive Culture Framework (PCF) is an approach based on our latest research about improving health and safety in our communities and organizations. PCF seeks to cultivate health and safe environments. This framework builds on the shared values, beliefs and attitudes that already exist in a culture to promote health and safety. This is a natural next step from “Positive Community Norms” and builds on the recognition that the solutions exist in the community. The Positive Culture Framework is a generalized process that can be used to address any public health or safety issue. Examples may be shared from the areas of traffic safety, substance abuse, and violence prevention.
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If you have topics you would like to hear CHSC present on please email your ideas to Erica Burrell at mail@chsculture.org.