New U-M Injury Prevention Center Visual Abstract on Study of Campus Sexual Assault Programming

We are excited to offer a new visual abstract based on an article recently published by Ms. Meredith Philyaw-Kotov; Senior Associate Director Dr. Maureen Walton; Sexual Violence Content Lead Dr. Erin Bonar; and a team including Ms. Brianne Brenneman, Ms. Miriam Gleckman-Krut, and Dr. Alan Davis, in the Journal of American College Health. In the article, “What Undergraduates Want in Sexual Assault Prevention Programming: Findings From a Formative Research Study,” the researchers aimed to capture undergraduate student perceptions of campus sexual assault prevention programs in order to inform the development of future programming.

The researchers learned through student interviews and focus groups the program characteristics that students desire most. While evidence-based programs do exist, the inclusion of student voices during program development could enhance program receptivity, engagement, and efficacy.

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