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State of the States (SOTS) Communication of IVP Information to Stakeholders
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BACKGROUND

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ABOUT SOTS

INFRASTRUCTURE


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FINANCE & PERSONNEL REPORT


COMPLETE 2013 SOTS REPORT


2011 SOTS




 

COMMUNICATION

All state IVP programs provided some form of communication to target populations, partners, local groups, or others engaged in IVP in 2013. However, when states were asked if their injury and violence prevention program had an “official” communications plan, only four states (9%) reported that such a plan existed.

  • In 2013, the most common method of communication was through a website (94%).
  • State IVP programs also used interviews with local media (TV, radio, newspaper, etc.) (72%), social media platforms (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, etc.) (62%), newsletters (52%), and advertisements/public service announcements (45%).

Methods to Communicate Injury and Violence-Related Information, 2013

 

 

 

 



 

 

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