|Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Program Webinar|
CDC Special Presentation
Tribal Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Program Webinar
Presented Tuesday, June 17, 2014
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.