Prevention Providers & Educators

Minecraft, not Ms. Pac-Man: Transforming Prevention Presentations for Today’s Audience

Health eKnowledge Hey, the 90s called…they want their slide deck AND presentation back! Coalitions use presentations as a primary strategy to disseminate information, build skills, ignite calls to action and influence change. However most of us never receive any... read more

Prevention in Action Series: Teaching the SAPST at a University

Health eKnowledge In this one-hour self-paced course, participants will: Review milestones in this history of prevention certification in Maine Review background that led to the development of the SAPST course Understand the structure and content of a University... read more

Early Childhood Development: Toxic Stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences

Health eKnowledge Those working with young children have long known the importance of early experiences and relationship in health child development. Newer terms such as toxic stress and ACES are used when describing these not-so-new ideas, and are particularly... read more

Presentation slides from the 2019 New England Summer School of Addiction Studies Marijuana Policy Plenary session: The Evolution of State Cannabis Policies and Where Prevention Fits In

Prevention Technology Transfer Center Network, October 2019 Presentation description: Cannabis laws and policies are rapidly changing in states. Various decriminalization, medical marijuana, and adult-use marijuana policies are being debated and moving through state... read more

The Varied Forms, Potency, and Health Effects of Today’s Cannabis

Prevention Technology Transfer Center Network, October 2019 Slide banks for prevention professionals to use in marijuana prevention and education work in their communities. The purpose of these slide banks is to provide prevention providers with researched and vetted... read more

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