A week of prevention and health was held for students, teachers, mothers, fathers and caregivers.
From May 2 to 7, the Prevention and Health Week was held at State High School No. 3020 located north of the city, where students, teachers, mothers, fathers and caregivers were trained. on violence, especially sexual abuse in adolescents.
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This, in order to ensure the well-being of the students, training was given on the Single Protocol for the Prevention, Detection and Action in Cases of Violence against Children and Adolescents in Basic Education schools.
To culminate the week of Health, a conference on Prevention, Detection and Action in cases of Sexual Violence was given, aimed at mothers, fathers and caregivers, with the purpose of preventing sexual abuse in adolescents, as well as providing tools to students to be alert and identify risk situations.
The training was provided by personnel from the CREE institute, the specialists: Lic. Estefanía Venzor Armendáriz, Lic. Paulina Guadalupe Ronquillo Sánchez and Lic. Velia Nallely Orozco Parra; as well as by personnel from the Faculty of Nursing of the UACH; the researchers: DCE. Claudia Orozco Gomez; DCE. Vicente Jiménez Vázquez and DCE. Marily Daniela Amaro Hinojosa.
On the other hand, these activities were organized by Professor Adriana Cruz Ramos, deputy director of the school, as well as the guidance, social work and teaching staff departments.
The topics that were addressed were: Statistics of cases of violence; Definition of violence; Modalities of violence; Types of violence; Forms of sexual abuse; Stages of sexual abuse; Characteristics of who has received sexual abuse; Risk factor’s; What to do in case of sexual abuse; Institutions that provide information or care in case of sexual abuse; and General recommendations.
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Training in prevention of sexual abuse in secondary school 3020