Research In Action
Posts about school bullying
Using a Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Expand the Impact of a School-based Aggression Prevention Program
Published October 20, 2022 in Research in action
Learn more about a recent publication highlighting changes to CHOP's school-based PRAISE program to expand the program's impact for both girls and boys
Published March 29, 2022 in Research in action
Read abstracts of recent peer-reviewed research studies by members of CHOP's Center for Injury Research and Prevention and Center for Violence Prevention.
Published March 15, 2022 in Research in action
Read a repost from the CHOP Research Institute's Cornerstone blog about a new program to train teachers to identify and intervene with bullying.
Published February 23, 2022 in Research in action
New research from CHOP & Drexel Univ. helps to identify students who are relationally aggressive, which includes behaviors like exclusion and spreading rumors.
Published February 8, 2022 in Research in action
Drs. Christine Waanders and Sandhyaa Iyengar offer resources to address bullying in children on the autism spectrum.
Published December 2, 2021 in Research in action
Catch up with newsworthy pediatric injury prevention articles from November 2021 gathered by CHOP's Dr. Patty Huang.
Published November 11, 2021 in Research in action
Brooke Paskewich shares the recording of a webinar helping teachers, school staff, and school administrators to better understand the issue of bullying.
Published October 6, 2021 in Research in action
CHOP's Center for Violence Prevention (CVP) is hosting a free webinar, "Is That Really Bullying? How to Tell and What Schools Can Do," on Wednesday, November 3.
Published May 20, 2021 in Research in action
Access bullying prevention workshops, developed by Center for Violence Prevention experts, that provide strategies and support for key bullying issues elementary-aged children face.
Published November 12, 2020 in Research in action
Read about how partnering, coaching and training have changed with CHOP's Friend to Friend school bullying prevention program during COVID-19.