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State of the States (SOTS) Partnerships
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BACKGROUND

CORE COMPONENTS

SIGNIFICANT, TIMELY, & RELEVANT FINDINGS

ABOUT SOTS

INFRASTRUCTURE


SURVEILLANCE

PROGRAM & POLICY STRATEGIES

PARTNERSHIPS

COMMUNICATION

TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE


COMPLETE 2015 SOTS REPORT

COMPLETE 2013 SOTS REPORT


COMPLETE 2011 SOTS REPORT




 

PARTNERSHIPS

 

The scope of injury topics and prevention strategies are so broad that no program — no matter how large or well-established — can or should successfully address them alone. Partnerships bolster the overall capacity and effectiveness of state injury and violence prevention (IVP) programs and are essential for programs to achieve their desired outcomes and to amplify their work.

 

In addition to serving as key partners, state IVP programs also serve as conveners – bringing multiple partners together to work on a range of injury and violence-related issues. The value of partnerships is not only in their ability to expand the reach and impact of IVP efforts, but also in the mutual benefit for all partners – such as the ability to share data, provide or receive training, reach key populations, and collaborate on program and policy efforts.

 

In the 2015 State of the States survey, respondents provided feedback on their partnerships with 61 different types of agencies and to describe the strength of their relationships with those partners.

 

Top Five Injury and Violence Prevention Partnerships with State Health Department Offices by Strength, 2015


 

 

Top Five Injury and Violence Prevention Partnerships with Other State Agencies and Offices by Strength, 2015


 

 

Top Five Injury and Violence Prevention Partnerships with Non-Governmental Organizations by Strength, 2015


 

 

Top Five Injury and Violence Prevention Partnerships with Governmental Organizations by Strength, 2015


 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

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