Briefing paper

What is effective primary prevention in sexual assault? Translating the evidence for action

11 Oct 2012
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This summary provides an evidence-based summary of the key issues involved in program design in primary prevention initiatives.

It is targeted at those working in the policy and program development areas of sexual assault prevention.

Its purpose is to assist decision-making about what primary prevention is, and isn't, and what elements are required for primary prevention to be effective - drawing on information from sexual assault and other fields of primary prevention.

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2012
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