New U-M Injury Prevention Center Visual Abstract and Publication Summary now available
We are excited to offer a new Publication Summary and Visual Abstract of a longitudinal study in the area of adolescent sexual violence in middle and high schools. U-M Injury Prevention Center Core Faculty and Internship Lead Dr. Quyen Ngo and co-authors Dr. Philip Veliz, Dr. Yasamin Kusunoki, Sara Stein and Dr. Carol Boyd focused on the prevalence of male and female adolescent peer-to-peer sexual violence. The findings from this work, “Adolescent Sexual Violence: Prevalence, adolescent risks, and violence characteristics” showed a high prevalence of sexual violence in adolescents. During the 4-year study period, 33.9% of males and 53.5% of female students reported sexual violence victimization and 22.8% of males and 12.6% of females reported sexual violence perpetration. Read more about the study and funding here, or click to access the full publication. Access our Publication Summaries page to read/download summaries and visual abstracts of this work and other studies published by U-M IPC researchers.
The publication summary summarizing the study’s purpose, methods, and key findings is now available for viewing and sharing.