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ID: 1621
Category: IP-Injury Prevention
Dates: 6/3/14-6/6/14
Location: Reno, NV
Description: This course introduces participants to the core components of the public health approach to preventing injuries among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Participants will work in small teams to address specific injury issues in fictional Tribal communities throughout Indian Country. Who should attend: tribal health board members, health directors, tribal council members, IHS environmental health personnel, and tribal injury prevention staff Course Length: 3 or 3 1/2 days Continuing Education Units: 2.0
Learning Outcomes: · Interpret injury data · Identify causes of injuries · Describe the process to work with injury coalitions to plan for the implementation, evaluation, marketing and advocacy of injury prevention programs
Prerequisites: None
Instructors: Hymer, Jason   Morones, Robert   Nakagawa, Lisa  
Agenda File: Reno Level I Info files_2014.pdf
CEU: 2.1 - Must attend entire course.
Status: Completed