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Injury Prevention Best Practices

The University of Michigan Injury Center Tools & Programs Database

The Community Guide

  Adolescent Health   Alcohol   Health Equity 
  Mental Health   Motor Vehicle Injury   Violence

Minnesota Department of Health: Best Practices in Injury Prevention

  Bicycle Injury   Drowning   Falls
  Firearms   Home Fires   Intimate Partner Violence
  Motor Vehicle Crashes   Poisonings   Youth Violence

Child Injury Prevention Tool

  Abuse   Drowning   Fires
  Motor Vehicle Crashes   Unintentional Firearms   Youth Suicide

Prevent Child Injury

  Child Passenger Safety   Medication Safety  Safe Sleep
  Teen Driving   Toy Safety   TV Tip-Over
 Youth Sports Injuries   Why Injury Prevention Matters  

The Community Tool Box

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

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 safeety program managers

Demonstrating your program's worth

Program evaluation on a shoestring budget

A framework for program evaluation

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