This page displays all Children’s Safety Network’s (CSN) archived webinars. You may view the archived recordings or PowerPoint presentations as PDFs. For information or to register for upcoming events and webinars, see our Events.
This webinar, presented in March of 2010, was a collaboration of the National Center for Healthy Housing and the Home Safety Council on improving home safety. It was presented by Susan Aceti (NCHH) Angela Mickalide (HSC).
This webinar, presented in October of 2009, was a collaboration of CSN and Home Safety Council on the Start Safe program. Start Safe is a fire safety program designed to allow preschool educators and safety educators to better reach preschoolers and their families.
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.
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.
This webinar, presented in April of 2009, was a collaboration of CSN and the Home Safety Network on home safety. It explores how to address home safety issues, creating and delivering safety messsages, how to reach larger populations, and action ideas for prevention. Presenters include Stephanie…
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.
This webinar, presented by CSN in May of 2007, outlines how to use outcome evaluation. It was presented by Ronda Zakocs, PhD, MPH.
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.
This webinar, presented in April of 2007, was a collaboration of CSN and EDARC on identifying injury risk factors. Presenters included Monique A. Sheppard, Ph.D.; Dexter Taylor, Ph.D.; and Paul Jones, Ph.D.