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2015 Annual Meeting Presentations
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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Opening Plenary Session: Creating a Culture of Safety

Concurrent Session 1:

Connecting Chronic Disease Prevention and Healthcare Reform to Injury and Violence Prevention

Connecting the Dots: Understanding and Addressing the Links between Multiple Forms of Violence

National Violent Death Reporting System: Sharing Strategies & Lessons Learned

A Local Perspective: Innovative Approaches to Injury Prevention at the Community Level

Innovative Tools for Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention: Audits, Surveys & Communities of Practice

Thursday, April 30, 2015

General Session: Safe States Award Ceremony and Updates

Concurrent Session 2:

Communicating Data: Framing, Message Development & the Power of Infographics

Collaboration Multiplier: An Interactive Tool for Advancing Multi-Sector Partnerships to Prevent Violence

Child Maltreatment Prevention: Data, Strategic Plans & Local Capacity

Non-traditional Partnerships to Address Critical Injury & Violence Prevention Issues

Strategies & Tools to Promote Safe Sleep

Concurrent Session 3:

Policy Evaluation: What we’ve learned from state laws addressing sports-related head injury/concussion management, boating under the influence, & prescription drug overdoses

Sexual & Intimate Partner Violence Prevention: Campus Programs, a Lethality Assessment & Data Insights

Epi in Action: Innovative uses of NVDRS, syndromic surveillance & maternal mortality review data

Innovations in Hospital-Based Partnerships for Injury Prevention: Reaching higher than the low-hanging fruit

Roles & Opportunities for State Public Health Agencies in Bullying Prevention

From disasters to data requests: Data Tools & Resources

Concurrent Session 4:

Developing the Injury & Violence Prevention Workforce: A National Plan to Guide, State & Local Examples to Inspire

Modern Messaging: Social and Digital Communications Strategies for Injury & Violence Prevention Professionals

Innovative Policy Analysis: Improving Policies, Identifying a Safety Crisis & Tracking Evolving Laws

Approaches to Overdose Prevention: Prescription Drugs & Retail Marijuana

Innovations with Local Data: Geocoding, New Socioeconomic Indicators & Zip Codes 

Friday, May 1, 2015

General Session: Federal Panel: Updates & Insights

Concurrent Session 5:

Developing Relationships with State and Federal Policy Makers

Implementing, Adapting & Enhancing the CURE Violence model: The NYC Experience

Improving Suicide Prevention through Common Metrics, Multidisciplinary Review Teams & Researcher-Practitioner Collaboration

Living Longer Better: State & National Efforts to Create a Culture of Safety for Aging

A Global Perspective: Injury Prevention Efforts in Pakistan & New Zealand

Closing Plenary: Emerging Issues and Lessons Learned
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