Injury Surveillance Training Manual
The Injury Surveillance Training Manual is designed primarily for professionals who develop or operate surveillance systems and conduct prevention activities in less-resourced countries. It describes the steps needed to establish and maintain an injury surveillance system; provides information on designing and monitoring prevention activities; and offers guidance for making informed decisions about injury prevention. The curriculum emphasizes basic epidemiological skills needed to conduct surveillance and prevention activities; participation by different sectors and institutions in injury prevention efforts; and injury surveillance and prevention activities at the local level.
The Injury Surveillance Training Manual is available on CD-ROM in English and Spanish. The CD-ROM includes Instructor and Participant Guides, PowerPoint presentations for each session, and data for session exercises.
Instructor Guide (English)
Instructor Guide (Spanish)
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