A deep dive into the success of the Alberta Healthy Youth Relationships Strategy

In a new article, co-authors Deinera Exner-Cortens, Lana Wells, Lianne Lee, and Vanja Spiric describe the design and implementation of the widely successful Alberta Healthy Youth Relationships (HYR) Strategy led

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Shift Successfully Hosts Symposium on Preventing Teen Dating Violence

As part of the Alberta Healthy Youth Relationships Strategy, Shift is focused on supporting pre-service teacher training and education.

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Shift Continues to Scale up the Alberta Healthy Youth Relationships Strategy

As part of the Alberta Healthy Youth Relationships Strategy, Shift is focused on supporting pre-service teacher training and education.

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The Alberta Healthy Youth Relationships Strategy’s Impact Surpasses Shift’s Original Goal

Our goal with the Alberta Healthy Youth Relationships (AHYR) Strategy launched in 2012 was to support 50,000 youths to build their capacity to prevent violence.

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$280K to Steward Healthy Youth Relationships in Alberta

Shift’s provincial Healthy Youth Relationships Strategy recently received $280K to support the ongoing implementation of a multi-pronged framework aimed at cultivating healthy relationship skills in young people throughout Alberta.

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Shift Takes Part in Improving Prevention and Public Systems of Care through Presenting Alberta Healthy Youth Relationship Strategy

Shift presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of Society for Prevention Research in Washington, DC. The presentation was titled “Prevention and Public Systems of Care: Research, Policy and Practice.”

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Shift Partners Up with the Werklund School of Education in Enhancing the Students

In spring semester 2017, Lianne Lee from Shift and Darren Lund from the Werklund School of Education offered a three-part series to both Faculty of Social Work and Werklund School of Education students.

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