Trainings and Webinars: Injury and Violence Prevention

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Selected Trainings and Webinars

Applying a Shared Risk & Protective Factor Approach to Injury and Violence Prevention: Evaluating Shared Risk and Protective Factors to Address ACEs, Suicide, and Opioid Misuse: Examples from States

Learning objectives:

  • Participants will learn about how different communities approached evaluation to Shared Risk and Protective Factors.
  • Participants will better understand what challenges communities experienced when embarking on evaluation efforts with Shared Risk and Protective Factors and what they have learned in this process.

Format: Archived webinar
Source: Safe States Alliance

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Applying a Shared Risk & Protective Factor Public Health Approach to Injury and Violence Prevention: Leveraging Injury Prevention Efforts to Address ACEs, Suicide, and Opioid Misuse: Examples from States

Learning objectives:

  • Participants will learn about Shared Risk & Protective Factors and how different communities applied and supported work in addressing them.
  • Participants will better understand what elements are needed to make working on Shared Risk & Protective Factors successful.

Format: Archived webinar
Source: Safe States Alliance

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Connecting Brain and Social Development to Injury Prevention

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the basics of how the brain develops from birth to age 24.
  • Think about injury data through a brain development lens.
  • List two ways in which understanding connections between brain development and injury can improve and inform prevention practices.

Format: Archived webinar
Source: Region 10 Public Health Training Center

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Putting the Public Health Approach to Firearm Safety Into Action

Learning objectives:

  • Describe characteristics of the public health approach to firearm safety.
  • Identify recommendations from the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials' position statement on preventing firearm death and injury that could be addressed in the work of your organization.
  • Describe how Washington State is using data to address firearm death and injury.

Format: Archived webinar
Source: Region 10 Public Health Training Center

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Safe at Every Stage: Injury and Violence Prevention and the Developing Brain

Learning objectives:

  • Explain the importance of linking research on brain and social development with injury and violence prevention
  • Identify the steps necessary to analyze injury and violence prevention data through a developmental lens
  • Use data analysis and research to improve child and youth injury and violence prevention efforts
  • Plan, implement, and evaluate developmentally tailored interventions
  • Advocate for developmentally tailored interventions in public health

Format: Online module
Source: Region 10 Public Health Training Center

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Related Trainings and Webinars

Analysis and Interpretation of Public Health Data, Part 1

Learning objectives:

  • Explain the purpose of descriptive epidemiology and how it is used for assessment
  • Describe why rates are important in doing assessment
  • Name three kinds of rates
  • Describe the two types of summary measures
  • Explain the purpose of standardizing rates through age adjustment

Format: Online module
Source: Region 10 Public Health Training Center

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Analysis and Interpretation of Public Health Data, Part 2

Learning objectives:

  • List 6 measures commonly used in PH
  • Describe the difference between uses of incidence and prevalence rates
  • Explain different ways to measure statistically significant difference
  • Describe how to deal with the problems of unstable rates and small numbers

Format: Online module
Source: Region 10 Public Health Training Center

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Planning For Data Collection

Learning objectives:

  • Build a data collection framework and plan
  • Measure the cost of your data collection activity
  • Compare mobile-based vs paper-based data collection methods
  • Choose between different mobile-based data collection tools
  • Evaluate budgetary, technology and logistical factors for data collection.

Format: Online module
Source: SocialCops

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