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2014 Annual Meeting Presentations
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014  

Opening Plenary Session

Opening Plenary Session with Dr. Camara Jones (Broadening the Context for Injury and Violence Prevention: A Cliff Analogy and a Gardener’s Tale)  

Concurrent Session 1:

The Raising of America Project: How Local Health Departments Can Address Child Health Inequities

Integrating Fall Prevention into Clinical & Community Settings

Concussion Laws & Communities of Practice: State Experiences in TBI Prevention

Sexual Violence Prevention Efforts & the Media Sexual Violence Connection: Data, Policy & Practice

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Morning Panel Session:  

Looking at Adverse Childhood Experiences through an IVP Lens

Concurrent Session 2:  

We’re All in This Together: A Local Example of Academic-Community Collaboration in Action

Building a State Violent Death Reporting System: Lessons Learned & Practical Tips for New & Established NVDRS States

Prescription Drug Overdose Prevention: National Response, State Efforts, and Lessons Learned

Improving Child Passenger Safety: Impact of a State Law, Child Care Center Policy & Hospital-Based Screenings

Concurrent Session 3

Epidemiology in Action: Unintentional Injury

Prescription Drug Overdose Prevention Policy: Practical Tools & Best Practices

Suicide Prevention: Messages, Mobile Apps, Youth Advisors & Cultural Exchanges

Child Injury & Maltreatment Prevention: Opportunities for Local Health Departments & Home Visitation Programs

Concurrent Session 4

Roadmaps & Report Cards: Building Local Health Department Capacity through Assessment & Evaluation

Innovative Communication Strategies to Increase Seat Belt Use

Reducing Child & Adolescent Deaths from Injury & Violence: Progress, Proven Strategies & National/State Collaboration

Evaluation for Non-Research Programs: Real-World Tools & Strategies

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Morning Session


General Session Q&A w/CDC (Dr. Daniel M. Sosin, Acting Director, CDC Injury Center)

Concurrent Session 5:

Epidemiology in Action: Violence


State Injury Programs and Injury Control Research Centers: Making the Most Out of New Opportunities for Collaboration

Innovations in Hospital-Based Injury & Violence Prevention: Developing  Program Components & Multidimensional Collaborations

Expanding Child Injury Prevention through Health Plans

Closing Plenary Session

National and Federal Responses to the Rx Drug Abuse Epidemic

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