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Injury: Overview

The CSTE Injury Epidemiology and Surveillance Subcommittee was established to link the expertise of our members working in state and local epidemiology and surveillance with injury prevention and control activities and organizations.

CSTE members provide a wealth of experience in injury epidemiology, surveillance, and data-informatics. Through this subcommittee we have been able to provide unique opportunities for our members to use their expertise to contribute to prominent and emerging issues. They have partnered with other public health agencies to build surveillance capacity within states, conducted surveys, written reports, and engaged in numerous activities related to injury prevention and control.

CSTE recognizes that injury prevention and control activities are strengthened when epidemiology is linked closely with organizations representing other public health disciplines and agencies. For that reason, many subcommittee projects and publications have arisen through collaborative activities with a host of other partners, including the Safe States Alliance, the American Public Health Association (APHA), the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), the Children’s Safety Network (CSN), the Society for the Advancement of Violence and Injury Research (SAVIR), the Public Health Data Standards Consortium (PHDSC), and CDC/NCIPC. Currently, the injury subcommittee is working to suggest priorities for future injury activities at CSTE.

If you are interested in becoming more involved in the Injury Surveillance & Control Subcommittee with CSTE, please click the topics below or contact Danielle Boyd at CSTE at dboyd@cste.org or Mia Israel at misrael@cste.rog – we welcome your involvement!

National Office Contact: Danielle Boyd and Mia Israel
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