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Date

2016

Abstract

Within the past decade bullying has captured the attention and interest of the media, researchers and policymakers. State laws have since enforced schools to implement anti-bullying programs. Ideally, the approach requires a multi-disciplinary effort directed at multiple levels of organization, but with limited resources schools often make do with what they can. This study looked at the effectiveness of community outreach, particularly from the medical field, in helping schools combat bullying.

Clinical Site

Brookfield Family Medicine

Keywords

bullying, teasing, connecticut, medical perspective, medical consequences

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Disciplines

Medical Education | Primary Care