An Assessment of Outcomes Following Parents’ Participation in a Child Abuse Prevention Program

@article{Hbert2002AnAO,
  title={An Assessment of Outcomes Following Parents’ Participation in a Child Abuse Prevention Program},
  author={Martine H{\'e}bert and Francine Lavoie and Nathalie Parent},
  journal={Violence and Victims},
  year={2002},
  volume={17},
  pages={355 - 372}
}
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the outcomes following participation in the ESPACE parents’ workshop. A group of 55 parents who participated in the program, implemented in elementary schools in the Quebec city region, was compared to a group of 217 parents who did not attend the prevention workshop. The results revealed that attending parents suggested more adequate interventions to the vignette depicting a hypothetical situation of sexual abuse compared to nonattending parents… 

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