CSN Webinars

CSN Webinars

Welcome to Children's Safety Network's webinar archives. You may view either the PowerPoint presentations as PDFs or you may watch the full recording by clicking "audio presentation." For information or to register for upcoming events and webinars, see our Calendar of Events.

Poisoning Prevention: New Challenges and a Novel Tool - Oct 29 2020

Oct 29 2020

A poison is any substance that is harmful if too much is eaten, inhaled, injected, or absorbed through the skin. Poisoning remains the top cause of injury death in the U.S., and while the main cause of unintentional poisoning death is opioid...

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Poison Prevention

State Technical Assistance Webinar 9 - September 2020 - Sep 17 2020

Sep 17 2020

On our September State Technical Assistance Webinar, we learned about how technology can help improve our work in child and adolescent injury and violence prevention. Our presenters were:  Karen Solis (Technology Associate, Education Development...

Preventing Suicide and Self-Harm Among Black Youth - Sep 10 2020

Sep 10 2020

Although Black youth have historically not been considered at high risk for suicide and self-harm, current trends now challenge that.  In 2019, The Congressional Black Caucus reported that “the suicide death rate among Black youth has been found to...

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Self Harm, Suicide Prevention

State Technical Assistance Webinar 8 - July 2020 - Jul 16 2020

Jul 16 2020

On our July 16th STAW, we discussed the importance of quality improvement in times of crisis, and how MCH/IVP programs can pivot their messaging, communication strategies, or structure during these uncertain times of COVID-19.  We were happy to...

Play it Safe: Playground Safety for Everyone - May 26 2020

May 26 2020

Playgrounds serve as a central hub for communities, yet playground-related injuries remain a concern among parents, educators and health care providers. More than 200,000 playground-related injuries are treated in the U.S. emergency departments...

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Playground Safety

Highlights from the Child Safety Learning Collaborative - May 21 2020

May 21 2020

The Children’s Safety Network (CSN) strives to reduce injury and violence related fatalities, hospitalizations, and emergency department visits among infants, children, and adolescents, ages 0-19, through capacity building in injury and violence...

State Technical Assistance Webinar 7 - April 2020 - Apr 16 2020

Apr 16 2020

The April 2020 State Technical Assistance Webinar (STAW) was be on “Applying a Health Equity Lens to Child Safety.” Description: Health inequities exist and are reflected in differences in length and quality of life, as well as the rates and...

Evidence-Based/Informed Interventions and How They Can Improve Our Work - Apr 15 2020

Apr 15 2020

Evidence-based programs are those that have been rigorously tested in controlled settings, proven effective, and translated into practical models that are widely available.  Evidence-informed programs, or practice-based evidence, uses the best...

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General Multiple Causes

State Technical Assistance Webinar 6 - February 20, 2020 - Feb 20 2020

Feb 20 2020

Social and Emotional Learning and Mental Health: An Integrated Approach to Promote Child and Adolescent Wellbeing  Thursday, February 20, 2020, 1:00 – 2:30 PM ET.  A growing body of research shows that proactive support of young people’s social...

State Technical Assistance Webinar 5 - December 2019 - Dec 19 2019

Dec 19 2019

    The last State Technical Assistance Webinar (STAW) of 2019 took place on December 19 from 1:00-2:30 PM ET. During this STAW Bina Ali, a research scientist at PIRE and director of the Children’s Safety Network Economics and Data Analysis Resource...

Understanding and Preventing Electronic Cigarette Use Among Youth - Dec 12 2019

Vapes or e-cigarettes on a dark background
Dec 12 2019

Electronic cigarettes (“e-cigarettes,” “e-cigs,” “vapes,” “e-hookahs,” “vape pens,” and “electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS),” are experiencing widespread use among American youth. E-cigarette poisonings among children and youth are a...

Keeping Kids and Families Safe Throughout the Holidays - Dec 04 2019

young child playing with building blocks
Dec 04 2019

Toy safety is a year round concern, but is heightened during the holidays. While the holidays are a time of joy and celebration for many, unfortunately, toy and holiday decorating injuries and deaths are all too frequent. In 2017, according to the...

Improving Injury Outcomes: Understanding Health Equity from a Systems Perspective - Nov 12 2019

Nov 12 2019

In efforts to prevent child and adolescent injuries and deaths, there is increased focus on environmental and social factors that influence injuries and health outcomes. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Office of Minority Health,...

State Technical Assistance Webinar 4 - August 2019 - Aug 15 2019

Aug 15 2019

Thank you for joining us in August on our State Technical Assistance Webinar. Below is a brief overview of the presentations, along with links to our archived recording and slides.   Webinar: Incorporating Youth Voice into Child and Adolescent...

Screening Youth for Suicide Risk - Jul 30 2019

teenage girl talking to female doctor
Jul 30 2019

The suicide rate among U.S. youth and young adults, ages 10 to 24, has risen in recent years, increasing by nearly 50 percent between 2007 and 2017, and reaching its highest point since 2000 according to the US Centers for Disease Control and...

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Suicide Prevention

State Technical Assistance Webinar 3 - June 2019 - Jun 20 2019

Jun 20 2019

Thank you for joining us for a very engaging State Technical Assistance Webinar (STAW) on June 20th.   As your work continues to evolve, it’s good practice to revisit your partnerships not only to see who else you should invite to work with you but...

Infant Safe Sleep: An Introduction and Model Program - May 08 2019

woman holding a sleeping infant
May 08 2019

Sudden unexpected infant death (SUID) occurs among approximately 3,500 babies in the US each year. SUID, the sudden and unexpected death of a baby less than 1 year old in which the cause was not obvious before investigation, includes sudden infant...

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Safe Sleep

State Technical Assistance Webinar 2 - April 2019 - Apr 18 2019

Apr 18 2019

    Thank you for joining us on our State Technical Assistance Webinar (STAW) on April 18, 2019 from 1:00 – 2:30 PM. The STAW was an interactive discussion focused on effective communication strategies, formal partnerships, and leadership engagement...

Protecting Child Passengers, Now and Into the Future - Mar 27 2019

child buckled into car seat
Mar 27 2019

The first law protecting child passengers in motor vehicles was passed by Tennessee 41 years ago. Since that time, much has been learned about best practices and countermeasures that work to reduce death and injury among children on our roadways....

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Child Passenger Safety

Traumatic Brain Injury among Children and Youth: Understanding TBI and One Model State Program - Feb 21 2019

Image of man standing in front of brain scans
Feb 21 2019

Reports of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) among adults, particularly in professional sports, are often in the news. But what about TBIs among children and youth? In 2012, an estimated 329,290 children (age 19 or younger) were treated in emergency...

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Falls, Bike Safety, Child Passenger Safety, Road Vehicles, Pedestrian Safety, Teen Driving Safety, Playground Safety, Sports Safety, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Traffic Injuries, Child Maltreatment, FamilyIntimate Partner Violence, Teen Dating Violence, Youth Violence Prevention

State Technical Assistance Webinar 1 - January 2019 - Jan 17 2019

Jan 17 2019

The STAWs are intended for a limited audience that includes all S/J level Title V agencies, including MCH and IVP Directors. Participating states and jurisdictions of the Child Safety Learning Collaborative are required to attend. Thank you for...

"Synthetic Marijuana:" What Is It, Why Is It Dangerous, and How Can We Prevent Youth from Using It? - Nov 28 2018

image of vaporizers and e-cigarettes in a line
Nov 28 2018

Synthetic cannabinoids, misleadingly called “synthetic marijuana” are human-made mind-altering chemicals that are either sprayed on dried, shredded plant material so they can be smoked or sold as liquids to be vaporized and inhaled in e-cigarettes...

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Poison Prevention

Working “Upstream” to Prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) - Sep 19 2018

Image of father looking at his son and smiling
Sep 19 2018

Professionals in many fields are working to address the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), which have been shown to increase risk for a wide range of problems. One of these adverse experiences is child abuse and/or neglect, which the...

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Child Maltreatment, FamilyIntimate Partner Violence

How Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Can Help Prevent Bullying - Aug 08 2018

Aug 08 2018

This interactive webinar focused on the latest research on bullying among children and adolescents and explored strategies for using social and emotional learning (SEL) to prevent bullying. Social and emotional learning helps children and...

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Bullying Prevention

The Child Safety Learning Collaborative and How to Apply - Aug 02 2018

Aug 02 2018

  Stay tuned for more information about Cohort 2 of the CSLC in early 2020!  

Implementing Project Lazarus in North Carolina: Lessons Learned From the Hub Components of the Project Lazarus Model - May 11 2015

May 11 2015

The purpose of these two 90 minute webinars (May 11, 2-3:30 PM ET and June 29, 2015, 2-3:30 PM ET) is to illustrate key issues and challenges related to the implementation of Project Lazarus as a model prescription drug overdose prevention program...

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Prescription Drug Misuse Abuse, Underage Drinking Illicit Drug Abuse

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 - Jan 14 2015

Jan 14 2015

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...

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General Multiple Causes

South to Southwest Webinar S2SW Understanding Message Framing for Effective Policy Communications - Oct 29 2014

Oct 29 2014

Learning Objectives: Understand the basics of message framing and its use for policy communications Learn cautions about using personal stories for policy advocacy Learn about frames used in injury and violence prevention and examples of their...

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General Multiple Causes

Safe Boating: National Trends, Mandatory Education, and the Prevention of Boating Under the Influence - Sep 03 2014

Sep 03 2014

In 2013, 560 individuals lost their lives while boating, and 2,620 sustained non-fatal injuries. Forty-nine of those who died and 589 of those who were injured were youth between the ages of 0 and 19 years old. Since 1971, boating deaths have...

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Drowning Prevention

South to Southwest (S2SW) Webinar Communicating about Injury and Violence Prevention: Risk Communication in a New Light - Jul 23 2014

Jul 23 2014

Learning objectives: Participants will be able to list the advantages of taking a data driven approach to risk communication. Participants will advocate for the inclusion of needs assessment, pre-testing and evaluation into their design of risk...

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General Multiple Causes

Partner Highlight: The North Carolina Injury and Violence Prevention Branch - Jun 25 2014

Jun 25 2014

Join us for the ongoing series of calls highlighting partners within the South to Southwest (S2SW) Injury Prevention Network, this time featuring the North Carolina Injury and Violence Prevention Branch. This presentation will go over the program's...

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Violence

Pool Safely Information and Resources - Jun 18 2014

Jun 18 2014

Pool Safely Information and Resources: Reducing Child Drownings, Near-Drownings, Submersions, and Entrapment Incidents in Swimming Pools and Spas Pool Safely is a national public education campaign supporting the requirements of Section 1407 of the ...

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Drowning Prevention

South to Southwest Webinar S2SW Partner Highlight Call: New Mexico - May 28 2014

May 28 2014

Partner Highlight Call featuring the New Mexico Office of Injury Prevention, presented by Robin Swift Robin Swift, MPH is Section Head for the Office of Injury Prevention in the New Mexico Department of Health. She is responsible for administrative...

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General Multiple Causes

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Planning for Prevention: Practical Tools to Organize Suicide Prevention Efforts in Your Community - Apr 23 2014

Apr 23 2014

On Wednesday, April 23 from 2:00-3:00 Eastern Time, please join the South to Southwest Injury Prevention Network for the final presentation in their series on suicide prevention.  Presenters Melissa Heinen, Robert J. Letourneau, and Adam Chu will...

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Suicide Prevention

National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention - Webinar 5: Training - Apr 01 2014

Apr 01 2014

In 2012, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) released the National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention (NAP). Based on the public health model, the NAP framework provides a vision...

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General Multiple Causes

South to Southwest Webinar S2SW Partner Highlight Call: Tennessee Department of Health - Feb 26 2014

Feb 26 2014

This was a Partner Highlight call featuring the Tennessee Department of Health Injury Prevention and Detection Section, presented by Rachel Heitmann. Rachel Heitmann has worked at the Tennessee Department of Health for nine years; first as a health...

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General Multiple Causes

National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention - Webinar 4: Education - Jan 30 2014

Jan 30 2014

About this Webinar: In 2012, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) released the National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention (NAP). Based on the public health model, the NAP framework...

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General Multiple Causes

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Using Online Communications Approaches for Suicide Prevention - Jan 22 2014

Jan 22 2014

The archive of the South to Southwest Injury Prevention Network webinar Using Online Communications Approaches for Suicide Prevention: An Overview of Communication Planning for Prevention and an Applied Example from Colorado's Mantherapy.org is now...

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Suicide Prevention

South to Southwest (S2SW) Webinar Injury Prvtn Region Community of Practice: Florida Drowning Prevention - Jan 04 2014

Jan 04 2014

This webinar, presented in January of 2012, provides an overview of Florida's drowning and drowning prevention data from 2006 until present.

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Drowning Prevention

Delivering the Scientific Facts about Drug Abuse to Teens - Dec 09 2013

Dec 09 2013

2014 marks the 4th annual National Drug Facts Week (NDFW), a health observance created by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to deliver the scientific facts to youth about the effects and consequences of drug abuse on the brain, body and...

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Prescription Drug Misuse Abuse, Underage Drinking Illicit Drug Abuse

National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention - Webinar 3: Policy - Nov 18 2013

Nov 18 2013

In 2012, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) released the National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention (NAP). Based on the public health model, the NAP framework provides a vision...

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General Multiple Causes

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Suicide Prevention Basics and How to Get Started - Oct 23 2013

Oct 23 2013

This South to Southwest (S2SW) Injury Prevention Network webinar held on October 23 was the next webinar in our series on Innovations in Policy and Practice for Preventing Injuries and Violence. This webinar provided the basics about suicide...

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Suicide Prevention

National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention - Webinar 2: Communication - Oct 08 2013

Oct 08 2013

About the webinar: In 2012, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) released the National Action Plan for Child Injury Prevention (NAP). Based on the public health model, the NAP framework...

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General Multiple Causes

Motor Vehicle Safety during Pregnancy - Oct 01 2013

Oct 01 2013

We discussed the implications of research on this issue, programs and legislation that address the prevention of motor vehicle injuries, and the continuing need for surveillance. Learning Objectives: Learn about the epidemiology of motor vehicle...

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Motor Vehicle

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Innovations in Injury and Violence Prevention: Integrating Falls Prevention into Healthcare Systems - Aug 28 2013

Aug 28 2013

Addressing fall injuries in older adults is an important issue for public health, but with a lack of funding and staff dedicated to addressing the problem, many states find it difficult to make a significant impact. Join the South to Southwest...

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Falls

Understanding Evidence for Child Maltreatment Prevention: A Demonstration of CDCs Interactive Tool to Support Evidence-Based Decision Making - Jul 08 2013

Jul 08 2013

Understanding Evidence is a new, interactive web resource developed by CDC's Division of Violence Prevention that supports public health practitioners in making evidence-informed decisions around violence prevention. The goal of evidence-based...

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Child Maltreatment

South to Southwest (S2SW) Webinar Innovations in Child Maltreatment Surveillance: Using Data to Move towards Prevention - May 29 2013

May 29 2013

Innovations in Child Maltreatment Surveillance: Using Data to Move towards Prevention Child maltreatment, often referred to as abuse and neglect, is a significant public health problem, but understanding its full magnitude poses unique challenges....

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Child Maltreatment

Law and Policy Issues in Reducing Firearm Violence Among Children and Teens: The Role of Public Health - May 22 2013

May 22 2013

In light of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut, and current federal and state debates about firearm legislation, this webinar takes a look at laws and policies that are known to reduce levels of firearm-related injuries, whether...

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Firearms

Insights from a National Epidemic: The Medicine Abuse Project - May 09 2013

May 09 2013

This session will clearly illustrate the nature, extent and underlying attitudes/beliefs related to intentional medicine misuse and abuse behavior within the general population. It will identify proactive steps, resources and tools to effectively...

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Prescription Drug Misuse Abuse

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Partner Highlight - Arkansas Department of Public Health - Apr 25 2013

Apr 25 2013

This webinar in the series of South to Southwest Region Injury Control Network presentations was a partner highlight call focused on the injury prevention work of the Arkansas Department of Health. An overview of their mission and concrete examples...

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General Multiple Causes

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Innovations in Policy and Practice for Injury and Violence Prevention: Ignition Interlock Policy - Mar 23 2013

Mar 23 2013

Join the South to Southwest Network for the next webinar in their series on Innovations in Policy and Practice for Injury and Violence Prevention. Ignition interlock policies as a deterrent to DWI are a popular policy option in many states. However...

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Motor Vehicle

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Policy Research and Evaluation - Feb 27 2013

Feb 27 2013

This webinar in the series of South to Southwest Region Injury Control Network presentations focused on injury prevention policy and explored different approaches to studying and evaluating injury prevention policy. Basic principles and concrete...

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General Multiple Causes

Implementation of State Youth Concussion Laws: Perspectives from the Frontlines - Jan 24 2013

Jan 24 2013

The second session of the webinar series “Advancing Injury Prevention through Policy” focused on state youth concussion laws. "Implementation of State Youth Concussion Laws: Perspectives from the Frontlines” first provided an update on which states...

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Sports Safety, Traumatic Brain Injuries

Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice: Final Session - Spotlight on North Dakota - Jan 01 2013

Jan 01 2013

In this final webinar of the Children’s Safety Network’s (CSN) youth suicide prevention Community of Practice, Micki Savelkoul, Suicide Prevention Program Director in North Dakota, will talk about the changing suicide prevention landscape in that...

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Suicide Prevention

Understanding and Utilizing Fatal and Non-fatal Injury Data for Infants and Children Ages 0-4 - Dec 18 2012

Dec 18 2012

The third webinar of the Children’s Safety Network’s Community of Practice on integrating infant and child injury prevention into programs and services for expectant parents takes an in-depth look at both fatal and non-fatal injury data for infants...

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General Multiple Causes

Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice: The Mental Health Consequences of Bullying - Nov 01 2012

Nov 01 2012

The link between bullying and suicide has garnered significant media attention recently. This presentation by Dr. Melissa K. Holt will provide participants with an understanding of whether research supports messages conveyed by the media, and offer...

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Suicide Prevention

Integrating Infant/Child Safety into Programs and Services for Expectant Parents - Community of Practice: Session 1 - Oct 01 2012

Oct 01 2012

The goals for this first session of the Expectant Parent Community of Practice were to share innovative, evidence-informed strategies for addressing a broad range of childhood injury issues relevant to pregnancy and early infancy, and develop...

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Home Safety

South to Southwest (S2SW) Webinar A Case Study of the Landmark Public Health and Safety Achievements of the 2009 Arkansas Legislative Session - Sep 26 2012

Sep 26 2012

Case Study of the landmark Public Health and Safety Achievements of the 2009 Arkansas Legislative Session: This presentation details a fully researched and documented study of the 2009 Arkansas Legislative session and the pieces of legislation...

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General Multiple Causes

Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice: The Connections between Adolescent Brain Development and Suicide Prevention - Aug 01 2012

Aug 01 2012

For the seventh meeting of the Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice (CoP), guest speakers presented on the emerging research issue of adolescent brain development and possible implications for suicide prevention. Description: In this...

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Suicide Prevention

South to Southwest S2SW Webinar Georgia's Child Passenger Safety Laws - Jul 26 2012

Jul 26 2012

The South to Southwest Injury Prevention network continues its series of webinars on injury prevention policy with a look at child passenger safety. Strong and effective child passenger safety laws are a key part of keeping our kids safe on the road...

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Child Passenger Safety

CSN Webinar: Partnering with Youth: How and Why to Use Youth in Your Programs - Jun 27 2012

Jun 27 2012

For CSN's webinar "Partnering with Youth: How and Why to Use Youth in Your Programs" our guest speakers include: Elliot Johnson, NOYS Board of Directors, senior at Brookings High School in Brookings, South Dakota; Leah Groppo, Past Student Trustee,...

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General Multiple Causes

Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice: The Relationship between Child Maltreatment and Suicide & A Comprehensive Approach to Suicide Prevention - Jun 01 2012

Jun 01 2012

For the sixth meeting of the Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice (CoP), guest speakers Natalie Wilkins, PhD, CPH from the CDC and Julie Ebin, MEd, Senior Prevention Specialist from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center present on two key...

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Suicide Prevention

Drowning Prevention: Programs & Strategies - May 15 2012

May 15 2012

Join the Children’s Safety Network to learn about important national approaches to drowning prevention, such as: The Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Pool Safely campaign is the education and information effort supporting the Virginia Graeme...

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Drowning Prevention

Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice: Peer-to-Peer Mental Health Promotion - May 01 2012

May 01 2012

For the fifth meeting of the Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice (CoP), our guest speaker Mark LoMurray, Executive Director of Sources of Strength, will present about Peer-to-Peer Mental Health Promotion. After the presentation, the...

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Suicide Prevention

Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice: Special Populations in Youth Suicide Prevention: Rural and LGBTQ Youth - Mar 01 2012

Mar 01 2012

For the third meeting of the Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice (CoP), the guest speakers presented about two populations at increased risk for youth suicide and shared strategies to reduce these risks. The meeting was moderated by Erica...

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Suicide Prevention

Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice: Evidence-based and Promising Practices in Youth Suicide Prevention - Feb 12 2012

Feb 12 2012

This was the second meeting of CSN's Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice (CoP). Philip Rodgers described the Best Practices Registry for Suicide Prevention (BPR), distinguished evidence-based programs from other types of best practices,...

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Suicide Prevention

South to Southwest (S2SW) Injury Prevention Region Webinar Dr. Julie Gilchrist on Drowning Prevention - Nov 16 2011

Nov 16 2011

This webinar, presented by Julie Gilchrist in November of 2011, closely examines drowning statistics and drowning prevention.

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Drowning Prevention

SERICN: Policy Strategy to Prevent Open Water Drowning in Washington State - Jul 21 2011

Jul 21 2011

This SEIRCN webinar was presented in July of 2011 by Elizabeth "Tizzy" Bennet. It discusses drowning as a public health issue in Washington state and examines prevention policies.

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Drowning Prevention

SERICN Community of Practice Webinar: Kids Dont Float A Drowning Prevention Program - May 19 2011

May 19 2011

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one in five fatal drowning victims are children 14 years old and younger. For every child who dies from drowning, another four receive emergency department care for nonfatal...

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Drowning Prevention

SERICN Community of Practice Sound the Alarm on Fire Safety - Feb 17 2011

Feb 17 2011

This webinar, presented in February of 2011, covers the "Sound the Alarm" campaign. It was a collaboration between the International Code Council and National Volunteer Fire Council, and key speakers include Bruce E. Johnson and Kari L. Wood. It was...

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Fire Burn Safety

Easy to Use Cost-Outcome Analysis Data for 159 Different Injury Interventions Webinar - Oct 05 2010

Oct 05 2010

This webinar, presented in October of 2010, provides data on the cost of different types of injuries and the money saved by creating programs to prevent these injuries. It was presented by Ted Miller, PhD.

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General Multiple Causes

Addressing Disparities: Rural Injury and Violence Prevention - Jun 06 2010

Jun 06 2010

This webinar, presented by CSN in June of 2010, examines rural vs. urban injury disparities. Presenters included Erica Streit-Kaplan, MPH, MSW; Sally Kerschner, MSN, RN; Mary E. Aitken, MD, MPH; and Monique Sheppard, PhD.

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Rural Farm Safety

Antidotal Hormone Therapy in Toxicology - May 04 2010

May 04 2010

This webinar, presented in May of 2010, was a collaboration between AAPCC, AAPCC's SPI, and CSN outlines several case studies on hormonal therapy in toxicology. It was funded by a contract from HRSA.

Related Topics:
Poison Prevention

Review of Suicide and Suicide Attempt Data Sources: Insights and Recommendations - Sep 18 2009

Sep 18 2009

This webinar, presented in September of 2009, was a collaboration between CSN and the Illinois Suicide Prevention Alliance on successfully using the data to prevent suicides. It was presented by Monique A. Sheppard, PhD and Dexter M. Taylor, PhD.

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Suicide Prevention

Feasibility of Enhanced Surveillance for Poisonings - Jun 05 2009

Jun 05 2009

This webinar, presented in June of 2009 and hosted by CSN, outlines several studies on poisoning deaths. Presenters include Karin Downs, RN, MPH and Pam Archer, MPH.

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Poison Prevention

Child Death Review Findings: A Road Map for MCH Injury and Violence Prevention; Part I - Aug 20 2007

Aug 20 2007

This webinar, presented in August of 2007, discusses injury and violence prevention. Presenters include Sara Rich, NC CDR; Steve Wirtz, CA DPH; Jacqueline Johnson, TN MCH; and Heidi Hilliard, MPHI.

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Child Maltreatment

Outcome Evaluation: When To Do It and How To Get Started - May 23 2007

May 23 2007

This webinar, presented by CSN in May of 2007, outlines how to use outcome evaluation. It was presented by Ronda Zakocs, PhD, MPH.

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General Multiple Causes

Formative Evaluation: An Essential Tool for MCH Programs - May 09 2007

May 09 2007

This webinar, presented by CSN in May of 2007, is about using formative evaluation as a tool for creating MCH programs. It was presented by Ronda Zakocs, PhD, MPH.

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General Multiple Causes

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