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Our prevention specialists work on a range of important campus health issues such as sexual assault and dating violence prevention, sexual health, and alcohol risk reduction, as well as promoting diversity and social justice, civic and academic engagement, and a sense of belonging and connection to others.
UHS clinicians provide direct services to students who are grappling with issues that can be harmful to their health. Clinicians incorporate prevention messages, and screening and referral into their practice, assist in the design of prevention initiatives, and participate in campus and community prevention coalitions and collaborative efforts.
Our Prevention Partnerships (UHS leaders, clinicians, and prevention staff) works closely with our internal UHS colleagues, our campus partners, (Residence Life, Student Life, UW Police, Academic staff, etc.), as well as community organizations to advocate and deliver effective programs and policies, and promote campus community health.