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Injury surveillance training manual; instructor guide
  • Published Date:
    2005
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Injury surveillance training manual; instructor guide
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (U.S.)
  • Description:
    Introduction -- Overview -- Workshop Guide -- Course Outline -- -- Sessions -- I. Understand the Conceptual Framework of Injury Prevention -- II. Assess Injury Data Sources and Describe the Injury Problem -- III. Build a Coalition to Support the Injury Surveillance System and Prevention Activities -- IV. Determine the Appropriate Methodology for the Surveillance System -- V. Define and Develop an Analysis Plan for the Surveillance Data -- VI. Use Injury Surveillance Data to Inform Injury Prevention -- VII. Define an Evaluation Plan for the Surveillance System and Monitor Prevention Activities -- -- Appendixes -- 1. Pre- and Post-Course Test -- 2. Session Evaluation -- 3. Workshop Evaluation -- 4. Sample Workshop Schedule

    The Injury Surveillance Training Manual is designed primarily for professionals who develop or operate surveillance systems and conduct prevention activities in less-resourced countries. It describes the steps needed to establish and maintain an injury surveillance system; provides information on designing and monitoring prevention activities; and offers guidance for making informed decisions about injury prevention. The curriculum emphasizes basic epidemiological skills needed to conduct surveillance and prevention activities; participation by different sectors and institutions in injury prevention efforts; and injury surveillance and prevention activities at the local level.

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