Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2016 - Summary
Other Research and International Activities 1. Children at risk, from a comparative perspective – a joint course of the Haruv institute and the schools of social work of the Hebrew university, Jerusalem and the university of Tulsa, Oklahoma 2. Workshop on mixed methods research 3. Haruv-Brookdale seminar 4. International workshop for doctoral students 5. Research on views held by therapists, treating sexually abused people with disabilities HARUV–USA Haruv-USA at Oklahoma University in Tulsa is a new initiative that combines the best of two worlds: the unique expertise and international leadership of the Haruv Institute in Israel with the research-based knowledge and expertise of the Oklahoma University at Tulsa and the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work. HARUV- USA is the initiative of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation. The Institute focuses on the comprehensive and multi-disciplinary education and training of students and professionals, concerning the life of maltreated children, and aims to train professionals in the field of detection, prevention and treatment of maltreated children. HARUV-USA is located at the state-of-the-art Schusterman Simulation Department, at the new Tandy Education Center of the Oklahoma University at Tulsa. At the Tandy Education Center innovative social and medical simulations are carried out, which provide a unique training method and feedback from colleagues and experts in the field. Using this method, students and professionals can practice skills and professional work in a safe, nearly-real environment. HARUV-USA, like the Haruv Institute in Jerusalem, uses a variety of strategies to promote its goals: Developing innovative educational programs that equip professionals with knowledge and the newest professional tools, both theoretical and empirical, to help them perform in their professional capacity at the highest level. Nurturing a congregation of professionals, working at the highest level, in order to promote the welfare and well-being of children; and to promote the professionals with whom the Institute works, who are the same professionals that surround the maltreated child, i.e., social workers, psychologists, doctors, nurses, judges, lawyers, educational advisors, etc.
The Haruv Institute : A Snapshot of 2016 Activities
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