Register for Midwest Injury Prevention Alliance virtual summit this year on December 9...NO COST

Each year, MIPA hosts a summit for injury professionals to share experiences and information on injury and violence topics of common interest. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the summit will be held virtually this year on December 9th, 2020, from 8:00 am-12:45 pm CST.

This year’s theme—Keeping a 20/20 Focus During Challenging Times—will cover important topics that will inspire, instruct and illustrate the power of partnerships, the passion of programs, and the practice of policy in changing the landscape of injury and violence in each of our states.

The summit will include discussions about current research, innovative programs, new strategies and policies, as well as opportunities to connect – to establish new linkages and strengthen existing friendships and relationships.

2020 Virtual Summit Agenda

  • Opening Keynote — Gun Violence Prevention: A Health Systems/Public Health Approach
  • Panel Discussion and Q & A: Youth Suicide: A Regional Analysis
  • Panel Discussion and Q & A: The Intersection of Substance Use Disorder and COVID-19: Best Practices and Adaptations
  • Panel Discussion and Q & A: Child Injury Topics: Furniture Tip-over and the Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • Lunch Together & Virtual Networking (bring your own lunch and join a virtual table for discussion and networking

This is a FREE event, but registration is required. To learn more and register, please visit the conference website.

REGISTER HERE

Target audience: Public health professionals, clinicians, academic researchers and practitioners, non-profit and community organization members, and others who are interested in injury and violence prevention and control. Please share this email, the website and attached flyer with your networks.

ABOUT MIPA

The Midwest Injury Prevention Alliance (MIPA) is an organization of injury professionals from states in Federal Health and Human Services Region V (Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin), who work collaboratively to reduce unintentional and intentional injury-related death and disability. Learn more here.

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