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Intervene

About This Course Collection

All members of a campus community are collaborative partners in the cultivation of campus health and well-being. This course was developed by Cornell University and is based on a well-studied Pro-Social Bystander Intervention Theory, which suggests seven steps for successfully intervening in a problematic situation.

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  • Completed by 8,490 learners
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Intervene: Video

This video models how students can use seven steps for authentically intervening during a problematic situation.

Audience

Students

Course Length

20 minutes

Languages

English

This video will help learners with intervening:

  • In a potential sexual assault
  • In a racial bias situation
  • In a hazing ritual
  • To support a friend’s mental well-being
  • In a sexual harassment situation
  • In an emotional abuse situation
  • In a substance abuse emergency

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Intervene: Bystander Intervention Workshop

This workshop provides an opportunity for students to engage in a facilitated conversation to reflect upon the attitudes and behaviors that influence the process of intervening.

Audience

Students

Course Length

60 minutes

Languages

English

This workship will help learners with intervening:

  • In a potential sexual assault
  • In a racial bias situation
  • In a hazing ritual
  • To support a friend’s mental well-being
  • In a sexual harassment situation
  • In an emotional abuse situation
  • In a substance abuse emergency

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