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CDC Special Presentation

Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Program Webinar

 

Presented Tuesday, June 17, 2014

 

Presentation Overview

American Indians and Alaska Natives are at increased risk of motor-vehicle related injury and death with rates 1.5 to 3 times higher than rates for other Americans.

 

This webinar provides information on effective motor vehicle injury prevention strategies in the Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Program (TMVIPP), a CDC funded program in eight tribes and tribal organizations across the U.S.

 

Each tribe will provide insights on program successes and lessons learned over a four-year funding period. 

 

The tribes and tribal organizations include:  Caddo Nation, California Rural Indian Health Board, Colorado River Indian Tribes, Hopi Tribe, Oglala Sioux, Rosebud Sioux, Sisseton Wahpeton-Oyate and South East Alaska Regional Health Consortium.

 

Learn what works for these tribes and tribal organizations and how to prevent motor vehicle injury in your local community.

 

Webinar Resources

 
Webinar Presenters

  • Holly Billie (Navajo), Injury Prevention Specialist, CDC National Center for Injury Control and Prevention

  • Hannah Ward-Harper, (Desert Cahuilla), Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Program Coordinator, Colorado River Indian Tribes

  • Gregory Sehongva, (Hopi), Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Coordinator, Hopi Tribe
  • Danielle Lippert, (Enterprise Maidu), Health Education Specialist, California Rural Indian Health Board
  • Lesa Way (Tlingit), Injury Prevention Program Manager, South East Alaska Regional Health Consortium
  • Antoinette (Toni) Short, (Navajo), Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Specialist, Caddo Nation
  • Richard Bracha (Rosebud Sioux), Project Coordinator, Rosebud Sioux Tribe
  • Connie Johnson (Oglala Sioux), Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Program Coordinator, Oglala Sioux Tribe
  • Shannon White (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate), Injury Prevention Program Manager, Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation

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