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2009 Joint Annual Meeting: Presentations from the Meeting
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2009 Joint Annual Meeting of
Safe States Alliance & CDC Core State Injury Grantees




"An Insider's Guide to Safe States Alliance"

Opening Plenary

"Addressing the Influences of Social, Economic, & Environmental Inequalities on Our Health and Safety"
Carolyn Fowler, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

"Unnatural Causes"
Rachel Poulain, California Newsreel


Improving Bike & Pedestrian Safety:  Lessons Learned & New Resources

"Non-motor Vehicle Related Bicycle Crashes - The Untold Story
Lisa Millet, Oregon Public Health Division

"Safe Routes to School:  Lessons Learned for Public Health Professionals"
Michelle Wynn, Safe States Alliance

"NHTSA's Pedestrian Safety Program State Technical Assessment"
Leah Walton, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)


Data & Epidemiology in Action

"Linking Data from Multiple Sources to Access Traffic Injuries Among Oklahoma Teens 16-19 Years of Age"
Elizabeth Kruger, Oklahoma Department of Health

"Is TBI Becoming More Fatal?  Not in Minnesota!"
Ayo Adeniyi, Minnesota Department of Health

"Injury Surveillance During Times of Natural Disaster in Louisiana - A First Initiative"
Mona Doshani, Louisiana Department of Public Health


A Collection of National Data and Research Resources for Improving Injury and Violence Prevention Practice

"Safe States Alliance 2007 State of the States Report Highlight"
Michelle Wynn, Safe States Alliance

"WISQARS-NVDRS: Access to Data on Violent Deaths"
Leroy Frazier, NCIPC, CDC

"CDC Research Agenda Overview"
Jane Mitchko, NCIPC, CDC


 New Resources for Health Communication

"Home Safety Literacy Project"
Angela Mickalide, Home Safety Council

"Developing Guidelines for More Effective Injury Prevention Materials"
Anara Guard, Suicide Prevention Resource Center

"NCIPC Health Marketing"
Wendy Holmes, NCIPC, CDC

"Child Injury Prevention in the United States: Protect the Ones You Love"
Michele Huitric, NCIPC, CDC


 Widen Your Reach through New Partnerships and Collaborations

"Maximize Your Reach: How to Deliver Injury and Violence Prevention through Integration"
Sally Fogerty, Education Development Center

"Getting the Insurance Industry to Play: A One-of-a-Kind Coalition that Gets Results!"
Barb Alberson, California Department of Public Health

"Support for Partnering: The Multi-State Child Death Review Case Report System"
Mary Overpeck, National Center for Child Death Review


 Suicide Prevention Panel

"Utilizing Technology to Improve Suicide Screening Best Practice Programs for Youth"
Paul Granello, Ohio State University

"Using a New Data Source to Measure Police Suicide"
Katherine Hempstead, New Jersey Department of Health

"Developing Suicide Prevention Materials for the Emergency Department"
Anara Guard, Suicide Prevention Resource Center


 General Session

"New Resources and Future Directions"
Amber Williams, Safe States Alliance

"NCIPC Update and Future Direction"
Angela Marr, NCIPC, CDC


 Preventing Unintentional Poisonings

"A Compendium of Ideas from the States on Addressing the Nonmedical Use of Prescriptions"
Len Paulozzi, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention, NCIPC, CDC

"Taking Your Medicine Safely: A Community Focused Intervention"
Monique Sheppard, Pacific Institute of Research and Education

"Feasiblity of Unintentional Poisoning Death Reviews in North Carolina"
Scott Proescholdbell, North Carolina Division of Public Health


 Violence Prevention Panel

"Using Empowerment Evaluation to Create Community Change to Prevent Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence"
Kelly Moe Litke, North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services/Coalition Against Sexual Assault

"Prevention Connection: Web 2.0 Strategies to Promote Partnerships and Build Evidence for Violence Against Women Prevention"
David Lee, CALCASA

"Risk and Protective Factors: Bridging the Gap Between Unintentional Injury and Violence Prevention"
Sallie Thoreson, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

"Early Violence Prevention Matters: The Contributions of hte American Psychological Association"
Julia M. da Silva, American Psychological Association


 Smart Growth 101

"Unhealthy by Design?"
Alex Kelter


 Awards Luncheon and Closing Ceremony



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