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The Community Guide

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  TV Tip-Over   Why Injury Prevention Matters   Window Falls
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The University of Michigan Injury Center Injury Focus Areas

Minnesota Department of Health: Best Practices in Injury Prevention

The Community Tool Box from the Center for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA): Motor Vehicle Traffic Strategies (2013)

National Association of County and City Health Officials: Model Practice Database

SafetyLit Literature

Suicide Prevention Resource Center

 

Forms of Program Evaluation

Program evaluation is important when using an evidence-based program to ensure the program is being implemented effectively and is appropriate for your particular population. Following are a few resources on injury prevention program evaluation.

A guide for highway safety program managers

Demonstrating your program's worth

Program evaluation on a shoestring budget

A framework for program evaluation

CDC Evaluation: Putting Evaluation to Work

 

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