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Trauma Prevention Coalition - 2018 Injury Prevention Coordinator Symposium

Thank you for joining the Trauma Prevention Coalition for the

 

4th Annual Injury Prevention Coordinators Symposium

June 7th-8th, 2018

The George Washington University

Washington, DC

 

The ATS was honored to host the Trauma Prevention Coalition's 4th Annual Injury Prevention Coordinators Symposium at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Over 75 prevention professionals from around the country and Canada attended the 2-day event which incorporated sessions on engaging leadership, finding funding, engaging patient advocates, Chapter 18 updates, how to use CDC data, building program capacity, and the new IVP Standards & Indicators. There were Quick-shot presentations showcasing 6 different effective intervention programs and networking opportunities to build professional relationships.  Thank you to those who attended this successful meeting and for our colleagues at GW for supporting this important event. 

 

For those that attended this year's event, please take a moment to fill out the event survey and let us know what you liked/disliked.  This will assist us in improving next year's event.  You can access the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/IPCS2018

 

Please feel free to view and download materials from this year's event (Please take note of copyright policy below):  

Day 1

Day 2

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The Trauma Prevention Coalition combines the resources of the major professional organizations addressing the acute healthcare needs of the injured patient to promote collaborative efforts and develop effective strategies in injury/violence prevention while minimizing redundant and duplicative activities. Learn More About the Coalition here.

 

 

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