University of Nevada School of Medicine Integrated Clinical Services is accepting
applications for a full-time Therapist position. Primary duties include providing individual, family
and group therapy to clients as needed.
Current Nevada LCSW, LCPC, or MFT licensure
Preferred three years documented experience with target population
Interested applicants should apply online: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=10131291
Position may fill quickly.
OJJDP has launched the OJJDP Online University, a central source
for the juvenile justice community to easily connect with training and technical
CDC Report on Reducing Youth Violence
“Preventing Youth Violence: Opportunities for Action” provides information, evidence-based
strategies, and action steps to help community leaders, health professionals, families
and others reduce or prevent youth violence.
2013 School Crime and Safety Report
The Bureau of Justice Statistics, in collaboration with the National Center for Education Statistics, has released "Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2013." An annual report that provides recent data on school crime and student safety. The report is based on a variety sources, including national surveys of students, teachers, principals, and postsecondary institutions. Topics include victimization at school, teacher injury, bullying and cyberbullying, school conditions, fights, weapons, availability and student use of drugs and alcohol, and student perceptions of personal safety at school.
National Center for Juvenile Justice Launches Web Site
To Chart Juvenile Justice Change
The National Center for Juvenile Justice launched Juvenile Justice GPS—Geography, Policy,
Practice & Statistics (JJGPS), which is an online resource. The Web site features national and
state statistics on state laws and juvenile
justice practice to help policymakers and stakeholders
chart juvenile justice system change.
Submit Comments on the FDA Proposed Rules to Regulate
E-Cigarettes, Cigars and Hookahs
On April 25, 2014, the FDA proposed rules that will strictly regulate electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, nicotine gels, water pipe tobacco and hookahs. After a 75-day public comment period, the proposed rules will include items such as:
Setting the age limit to buy the products to be at least 18 (states can set it higher);
Health warnings required on all products;
Sale of the products in vending machines would be prohibited;
Manufacturers would be required to register all of their products and ingredients with the FDA; Manufacturers would only be able to market new products after an FDA review;
Manufacturers would need to provide scientific evidence before making any claims of risk reduction tied to use of their product
The FDA is accepting public comments on the proposed regulation until July 9, 2014. Please take a few minutes to submit comments that reflect your knowledge and perspective on the issue. If you would like more information, the Tobacco Control Legal Consortium's FDA Tobacco Project team has been developing resources related to the proposed regulation. The materials, which include a fact sheet summarizing the key elements of the proposed regulation and suggested talking points for comments on the regulation docket, can be found on the deeming regulation resource page of our FDA Action Center.
FDA proposed Amended Rules on Tobacco Products
Website for Fact Sheets on the Proposed Rule
Law or Policy by State
Nevada Health Statistics Portal
|Nevada Health Statistics Portal launched by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health. This is a web-based health statistics query system. Anyone looking for statistics on public health issues in Nevada, including birth, death and other demographic statistics. It is a great new resource, take a moment and check it out.
New Information From the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention:
“Survey Finds Youth Benefit From Violence Prevention Programs. Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal has published “Youth Exposure to Violence Prevention Programs in a National Sample.” This paper is based on research from the National Survey of Children's Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV), a study that OJJDP sponsors on the prevalence of children’s exposure to violence. The survey findings show that two-thirds of children ages 5–9 and three-quarters of youth 10–17 years old have benefitted from formal bullying or violence prevention programs. The researchers found that school-age children had lower levels of both peer victimization and perpetration, while older youth made more disclosures about victimization to parents and authorities.”
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