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In conjunction with Wendy Williams Hunter, we developed a series of interactive, web-based training modules about the dangers of substance misuse.
Along with Jackson State University, we developed a web-based, interactive training module to accompany the "Making Sex Ed Relevant" toolkit.
Along with Widener University, we developed a web-based, interactive training module to accompany the "Making Sex Ed Relevant" toolkit.
In conjunction with the School of Social Work, we developed a series of Saturday Seminars that augmented the Social Work curriculum to expose and educate its participants to Behavioral Health Evidence-Based Practices.
Working closely with their Institute of Human Virology, we developed a series of training and technical assistance products to introduce the concept of trauma-informed care to their doctors, nurses, and patients.
We developed a series of web-based, interactive, training modules to educate nascent patients on substance misuse.
We developed the SHAPE Project, the first-ever peer-led HIV/AIDS/Substance Abuse prevention 3-year curriculum for African-American males aged 9 to 19.
We developed and implemented, Stop the Silence, a comprehensive public health campaign to promote abstinence and HIV/AIDS prevention on HBCU campuses nationwide.
We developed SisterSpeak, an HIV/AIDS/Substance Abuse prevention curriculum for girls 8 to 18 who live in group homes.
In conjunction with their AIDS Education and Training Center, School of Nursing, we developed a series of training seminars addressing HIV/AIDS/Substance Abuse and the Faith Community.
We developed a semester-long HIV/AIDS prevention curriculum for all incoming male freshman dorm residents.
We authored an article entitled "Party and Play" which explains what its readers should know about the intersection of drugs and sex.
We delivered face-to-face, targeted technical assistance regarding behavioral health-primary care parity and integration.
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