*Note: As of July 1, 2012, the Office of Injury Prevention became the Injury Prevention Program. Documents finalized prior to this date will retain "Office of Injury Prevention".
Community and State Resource Meetings (Resource Meetings) were initially developed by the 2009–2013 Florida Injury Prevention Advisory Council, Goal Team 2 (Strategy 2B). Two pilot meetings where held; one in an urban region, Miami, and one in a rural region, the six rural counties served by the Tampa Poison Control Center.
The purpose of the resource meetings are to bring together the local injury prevention community to share information and to promote networking and collaboration between injury prevention organizations. It provides an opportunity for local organizations to share what they are doing within the community and to get to know the Florida Department of Health, Injury Prevention Program and how the state program can help further local injury prevention activities.
The goal of this toolkit is to provide resources for individuals and organizations that want to host a local resource meeting. The toolkit is comprised of information, planning documents, and resources developed during the two pilot resource meetings in Miami and Sebring, Florida.
Toward the creation of a statewide injury prevention activity tracking tool (Strategy 2E); Goal Team 2 formalized definitions for the following terms: activity, project, and program. Use of the definitions will enable all of the injury prevention community to utilize the same language when describing their efforts and allow a better understanding of the level of each effort. Common definitions will also enable the injury prevention community to evaluate like efforts.
The purpose of the survey is to determine the number of organizations and agencies involved in injury prevention activities throughout the state, as well as to serve as a resource for contacts in the injury prevention community.
The Who’s Who of Injury Prevention in Florida (Injury Prevention Resource List) contains the contact information of injury prevention organizations and individuals gathered through the Injury Prevention Inventory Survey.
Information contained within the Who’s Who of Injury Prevention in Florida is provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; it does not constitute an endorsement or an approval by the Florida Department of Health of any of the products, services, or opinions of the organizations or individuals identified in the document. The Florida Department of Health bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content provided by the organizations or individuals.
All contact information is provided by the individual or organization through the Injury Prevention Inventory Survey. It is the responsibility of the individual or organization listed to provide the Injury Prevention Program notice of changes in contact information. If removal from the Who’s Who of Injury Prevention in Florida is requested, every effort will be made to remove information from the site within a reasonable timeframe. Out-of-date information will result in the removal of the individual’s or organization’s contact information during the next update.
Changes in contact information or requests for removal may be submitted to the Injury Prevention Program, through the contact information provided below.
Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this program by phone or in writing.
For additional information on the projects and activities above, or if you are interested in participating on a Goal Team, please contact the Injury Prevention Program.
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