Session 168: RM4 -> Assessing Youth Violence-Related Injury: Data Sources, Gaps, and Directions
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Boardroom
Session Chair: Roberto Hugh Potter, Centers for Disease Control/DVP
Bringing Public Health and Criminological Perspectives Together to Assess Available Data Sources on Violence-Related Injuries Among Youths
by: Roberto Hugh Potter, Centers for Disease Control/DVP (Corresponding)
Joanne Kaufman, Emory University
Monica H. Swahn, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
LeRoy Reese, Centers for Disease Control/DVP
Yvette Holder, Centers for Disease Control/DVP
Thomas R. Simon, Centers for Disease Control
Lauren Barnes, Centers for Disease Control/DVP
Criminal Justice Monitoring Systems: What About Injury?
by: Thomas R. Simon, Centers for Disease Control (Corresponding)
Joanne Kaufman, Emory University
Roberto Hugh Potter, Centers for Disease Control/DVP
Lauren Barnes, Centers for Disease Control/DVP
Public Health Data Sources: Morbidity and Mortality
by: Yvette Holder, Centers for Disease Control/DVP (Corresponding)
Lauren Barnes, Centers for Disease Control/DVP
Violence and Injury Information in National Youth Surveys: A Comparison of Four Data Sources
by: Lloyd Potter, Centers for Disease Control (Corresponding)
Monica H. Swahn, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Joanne Kaufman, Emory University
Thomas R. Simon, Centers for Disease Control
Examining the Efficacy of Youth Violence Surveillance
by: LeRoy Reese, Centers for Disease Control/DVP (Corresponding)
Roberto Hugh Potter, Centers for Disease Control/DVP

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