In 2022, a re-review was conducted to reflect findings from two recent meta-analyses. The ratings for the outcomes did not change based on the review of the new meta-analyses; however, one new outcome, bystander behaviors, was added and rated No Effects. The practice name was also changed, from "Interventions to Reduce Dating and Sexual Violence for School-Aged Youth and Young Adults" to "Programs to Reduce Dating and Sexual Violence."
This practice has been updated to reflect findings from several more recent meta-analyses. The original review took place in 2016 and was rated Effective for reducing initiation of dating violence and improving knowledge and attitudes about teen dating violence. In contrast, the practice was rated No Effects for teen dating violence victimization. In 2019, a re-review of a meta-analysis included school-aged youth and young adults. The ratings for the outcomes did not change based on the review of the new meta-analysis.