Reducing Injury-Related Hospital Admissions among Children and Adolescents Ages 0-19: The Role of the New Title V MCH Block Grant National Performance Measure on Injury

Reducing Injury-Related Hospital Admissions among Children and Adolescents Ages 0-19: The Role of the New Title V MCH Block Grant National Performance Measure on Injury

Dates: 
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 - 3:00pm
This Children's Safety Network (CSN) webinar provided information about the proposed new Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Block Grant National Performance Measure (NPM) #7 on reducing injury-related hospital admissions among children and adolescents ages 0 through 19, a key measure in improving the health and safety of children and adolescents across the U.S. The webinar explained the burden of injury-related hospitalizations; introduced the new Title V Performance Measure framework with a focus on NPM-7 and associated National Outcome Measures; provided an overview of specific resources designed to support states that select NPM-7; shared CSN resources for understanding the burden of injury-related hospitalizations in your state; and explained how to identify effective strategies for keeping infants, children, and adolescents safe.
 

Learning Objectives:

Through participation in this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the burden of injury-related hospitalizations in the U.S.
  • Describe the new Title V National Performance Measure (NPM) framework with a focus on NPM-7 (injury-related hospital admission) and associated National Outcome Measures
  • Understand specific resources to support states that select NPM-7
  • Access CSN's state-specific injury fact sheets to learn about your state's burden of injury-related hospitalizations
  • Identify effective strategies for keeping infants, children, and adolescents safe. 

Presenters:

Rebecca Spicer, PhD, MPH; Ashley Hirai, PhD; Erin Reiney, MPH, CHES; Paul R. Jones, PhD; and Bekah Hunt, MPA

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