Injury Prevention for Children and Teens
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- Key concepts for successful injury prevention in children and teens, including Advocacy at both the local and national level
- Intentional injury prevention including Bullying, Dating Violence, Sexual Violence, Firearm Injury and Suicide Prevention
- Transportation Safety including child safety and teen driving
- The Opioid Epidemic and Adolescent Substance Use
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Injury Prevention for Children & Teens
- Students will be able to define injury, appreciate the magnitude and burden of pediatric injury, and reflect on the public heath model of injury prevention.
- Students will be able to describe the rationale for common theories used in pediatric injury prevention and define different levels of prevention.
- Students will be able to summarize common types of measurement in injury surveillance and self-reporting.
- Students will see the impact of the social determinants of health and summarize the impact they have on health disparities.
- Students will define risk, explain promotive factors and their impact on injury prevention, and understand resiliency and it role in preventing pediatric injuries.
- Students will be able to describe effective prevention and intervention strategies related to different topics within pediatric injury prevention.
The University of Michigan Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of Michigan Medical School designates this enduring material for a maximum of 25.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Rebecca Cunningham, MD
Andrew Hashikawa, MD, MS
Queyn Ngo, PHD, LP L
Vijay Singh, MD, MPH, MS
Elizabeth Armstrong, Erin Bonar, Steven Broglio, Chad Brummett, Lisa Buckley, Patrick Carter, Rebecca Cunningham, Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, Cheryl King, Karla Klas, Yasamin Kusunoki, Shawna Lee, Michelle Macy, Jenifer Martin, Elizabeth Mott, Richard Neitzel, Quyen Ngo, Anuj Pradhan, Matthew Reed, Jean Shope, Vijay Singh, Marie Snodgrass, Sarah Stoddard, Maureen Walton, Stewart Wang, Marc Zimmerman
Financial Disclosure Information:
Dr. Broglio receives grant/research support from ElMindA. There are no other relevant financial relationships with ACCME-defined commercial interests to disclose for this activity.