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2013 National Meeting: Presentations
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Keynote Sessions


"Safe Today, Safer Tomorrow”

Susan P. Baker, MPH, ScD (Hon.), Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy
Christopher Nowinski, PhD Candidate, Sports Legacy Institute


"A Public Health Approach to Preventing Community Violence:

The Safe Streets of Baltimore Program”

Gardnel Carter, Safe Streets Baltimore; Rachel A. Davis, MSW, Prevention Institute; Angela Johnese, JD, Office of the Mayor of Baltimore; Lori Toscano, Baltimore City Health Department; Daniel W. Webster, ScD, MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

"Achieving A Safer Tomorrow: Perspectives on Injury and

Violence Prevention Research and Practice”

Yvonne T. Maddox, PhD, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; Rebecca L. Morley, MSPP, National Center for Healthy Housing; Sara Patterson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Carol E. Thornton, MPA, Pennsylvania Department of Health; 
Mary Woolley, Research!America

"Harvesting the Power of Public Health Systems for

Injury Prevention and Control”

Glen P. Mays, MPH, PhD, University of Kentucky College of Public Health

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Concurrent Session #1:

Talking to the Media:
Motor Vehicle Policy:

Enhancing Capacity through Program Practice & Workforce Development:

Acute Care/Trauma:

Violence & Vulnerable Populations:

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Concurrent Session #2:

Young Driver Distraction:
Preventing Injuries to Older Adults:

Evaluation of Violence Prevention Programs:

Occupational Injuries:

Controversies in Injury Prevention:

Concurrent Session #3:

Injury Prevention Policy for Children:
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"The Network for Public Health Law – The Law and the Future of Injury Prevention for Children”
Prescription Drugs & Opioids: Trends, Practices & Partnerships:

Geocoding/Spatial Analysis:

Innovative Approaches to Preventing Violence:

Using Communication & Social Marketing to Prevent Injuries:

Concurrent Session #4:

Poisoning Surveillance: Applications & Uses of ISW 7 Recommendations:
Design and Engineering:

Preventing Violence Against Children & Youth:

Making Policy a Priority: Engaging Researchers & Practitioners in Advocacy Efforts:
Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention:

Friday, June 7, 2013

Concurrent Session #5:

Policies to Prevent Injuries & Violence:

Integrating Injury and Violence Prevention and Health Care:
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Suicide Prevention:
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