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Teleconference Call Series May 06

Injury Prevention Teleconference Series


ASTHO, NACCHO, and STIPDA will continue our series of topical injury prevention teleconference seminars on April 17, 2008.


Preventing Child Maltreatment Through Strong, Safe, & Nurturing Family Relationships

Thursday, April 17, 2008

1:30-3:00 pm (Eastern)

Audio Access: 888-820-8951

Passcode: sberlow

Web Access:

Please note: the audio is only available via phone.

You must both call and log-in to hear and see the webcast.

Featured Speakers

Beatriz Perez, MPH (moderator)

Manager, Safe Rhode Island

Rhode Island Department of Health

Shannon Self-Brown, PhD

Behavioral Scientist

Division of Violence Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ron Prinz, PhD

Carolina Distinguished Professor

Department of Psychology

University of South Carolina

Mildred Ramsey

Director, Children First Program

Family Health Services Division

Oklahoma State Department of Health

Mary Beth Cox

Program Evaluator, Children First Program

Family Health Services Division

Oklahoma State Department of Health

Patricia Damron

Director, Strengthening Families Initiative

Oklahoma State Department of Health

This free webcast continues ASTHO, NACCHO, and STIPDA’s bi-monthly injury prevention teleconference series. The webcast will address child maltreatment and abuse prevention through promotion of safe, stable, and nurturing relationships between parents and children. Speakers will present strategies, programs, and initiatives that focus on the development of healthy relationships between parents and children and create positive frameworks to help individuals become better parents. Presentations will provide examples from the national, state, and local levels that focus child maltreatment prevention on more positive approaches that help people strengthen parenting skills and foster healthy relationships with their children. Additionally, speakers will describe the health, social, and economic burdens of child maltreatment, while also promoting replicable best practices at the federal, state, and local levels.


Free online archived webcasts can be viewed here.