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Core I Program Components

Core I of CDC’s Core Violence and Injury Prevention Program funds states for the following four components:

All states/territories must qualify and be recommended for funding for Part A (ICIPC) to be eligible for Part B (TBIES), Part C (TBIED), or Part D (TBISL).

Part A - Integrated Core Injury Prevention and Control (ICIPC) Program

This component supports the planning, implementation and integration of comprehensive injury prevention and control activities with basic injury surveillance. The recipients of Part A funding are responsible for conducting all of the activities described below.

  • Building a solid infrastructure for injury prevention and control
  • Collecting, analyzing and using injury data
  • Implementing and evaluating interventions
  • States/territories funded under this cooperative agreement must send representation to the annual CDC-sponsored grantees meeting

Part A Funded States (2005 – current): All Core VIPP funded states receive Part A of Core I

Part B - Traumatic Brain Injury Extended Surveillance (TBIES) Program

The recipients of Part B funding will be responsible for conducting all of the activities of Part A, and the activities described below.

  • Traumatic brain injury basic electronic surveillance
  • Traumatic brain injury extended medical record surveillance
  • Data collection analysis and reporting

Funded States (2005 – current):  Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Utah.

Part C - Traumatic Brain Injury Emergency Department (TBIED) Surveillance Program

The recipients of Part C funding will be responsible for conducting all of the activities of Part A, and the activities described below.

  • Emergency department traumatic brain injury basic electronic surveillance
  • Emergency department traumatic brain injury extended medical record surveillance
  • Data collection analysis and reporting

Funded States (2005 – current): Minnesota and South Carolina.

Part D - Traumatic Brain Injury Service Link(age) (TBISL) Program

The recipients of Part D funding will be responsible for conducting all of the activities of Part A, and the activities described below.

  • Feasibility assessment
  • Implementing proposed (linkage) activity(ies)
  • Disseminating summary findings, lessons learned and recommendations for future activities

Funded States (2005 – current): Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, and South Carolina.

 
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