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Accession Number PB2012-114501
Title Communications and Technology for Violence Prevention. Workshop Summary. Held on December 89, 2011.
Publication Date 2012
Media Count 164p
Personal Author D. M. Patel K. M. Blakeslee M. A. Simon
Abstract On December 89, 2011, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Forum on Global Violence Prevention convened a workshop to explore the intersection of violence prevention and information and communications technology (ICT). Dubbed mPreventViolence, the workshop provided an opportunity for practitioners to engage in new and innovative thinking concerning these two fields with the goal of bridging gaps in language, processes, and mechanisms. Part of the Forums mandate is to engage in multisectoral, multidirectional dialogue that explores cross-cutting evidence-based approaches to violence prevention, and the Forum has convened three workshops to explore various elements of violence prevention. To that end, this workshop was designed to examine such approaches from multiple perspectives and at multiple levels of society. In particular, the workshop was focused on exploring the potential applications of ICT to violence prevention, drawing on experience in development, health, and the social sector as well as from industry and the private sector. Speakers were invited to share the progress and outcomes of their work and to engage in a dialogue exploring the gaps and opportunities in the field.
Keywords Communications
Crime prevention
Global health
Information and Communications Technology(ICT)
Institute of Medicine(IOM)
Meetings
Prevention
Public health
Technology
Violence

 
Source Agency Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC
National Academy of Science Institute of Medicine
NTIS Subject Category 92C - Social Concerns
57U - Public Health & Industrial Medicine
91C - Fire Services, Law Enforcement, & Criminal Justice
Corporate Author Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC.
Document Type Conference proceedings
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1225
Contract Number N/A

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