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ACC Mates & Dates : presentation of key survey findings 2018 Sarah Appleton-Dyer, Linden Dale-Gandar, Jessica Adams and Zaffar Ansari

By: Appleton-Dyer, Sarah.
Contributor(s): Dale-Gandar,Linden | Adams, Jessica | Zaffar, Ansari.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand: Synergia, 2018Description: electronic document (41 pages); PDF file.Subject(s): Accident Compensation Corporation | ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP ABUSE | ADOLESCENTS | ATTITUDES | DATING VIOLENCE | EVALUATION | PRIMARY PREVENTION | SCHOOLS | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SURVEYS | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: The ACC Mates & Dates School Based programme aims to teach young people how to: - Identify unhealthy relationships; - Have healthy relationships based on respect, negotiation and consent; - Identify inappropriate behavior; - Get help if they, or someone they know, are in an unhealthy relationship; - Safely intervene in situations that could lead to harm. Recently, Synergia has been analysing student survey responses to the Mates & Dates post survey disseminated to students after completing the course. This report presents the results of this student post survey in a proposed structure for the monitoring dashboard for ACC and its providers. Feedback from ACC on this report will help to further define the features and information presented on the online dashboard of survey findings for the ACC programme manager and providers delivering this course to schools. (Authors' overview). Record #6206
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The ACC Mates & Dates School Based programme aims to teach young people how to: - Identify unhealthy relationships;
- Have healthy relationships based on respect, negotiation and consent; - Identify inappropriate behavior;
- Get help if they, or someone they know, are in an unhealthy relationship; - Safely intervene in situations that could lead to harm.

Recently, Synergia has been analysing student survey responses to the Mates & Dates post survey disseminated to students after completing the course.
This report presents the results of this student post survey in a proposed structure for the monitoring dashboard for ACC and its providers. Feedback from ACC on this report will help to
further define the features and information presented on the online dashboard of survey findings for the ACC programme manager and providers delivering this course to schools. (Authors' overview). Record #6206

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