AdVANCING THE NATION'S HEALTH: A GUIDE TO PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH NEEDS, 2006-2015, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: December 2006.
A BETTER START ~ CHILD MALTREATMENT PREVENTION AS A PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY, Francie Zimmerman and James A. Mercy, ZERO TO THREE, Washington, DC: May 2010. Copyright © 2010 Zero to Three.
BREAKING THE SILENCE ~ PUBLIC HEALTH'S ROLE IN INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE PREVENTION (webcast), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: originally aired June 19, 2012.
CEASEFIRE: A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO REDUCE SHOOTINGS AND KILLINGS, Nancy Ritter, NIJ Journal (number 264), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: November 2009.
COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCIES: a GUIDE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, Corina Solé Brito, Andrea Morrozoff Luna and Elizabeth Lang Sanberg, Police Executive Research Forum, Washington, DC: August 2009. Copyright © 2009 Police Executive Research Forum.
COMMUNITIES TAKING ACTION: PROFILES OF HEALTH EQUITY, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA.
CONVERGENCE PARTNERSHIP RELEASES RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PREVENTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH FUND, Convergence Partnership, PolicyLink and the Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: June 2010.
DR. SAMPSON DAVIS TAKES YOUR QUESTIONS ON GUNS, POVERTY AND HEALTH (an interview with Ray Suarez and his perspective on the public health challenges he watches his patients face every day), NewsHour, PBS, Arlington, VA: March 25, 2013. Copyright © 1996-2013 MacNeil / Lehrer Productions.
FUTURE OF PREVENTION FUNDING LIES IN BROAD, PUBLIC-HEALTH APPROACH, Join Together, Boston, MA: May 14, 2010.
HEALTH EQUITY ~ AN EXPLANATORY FRAMEWORK FOR CONCEPTUALIZING THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH, Social Determinants of Health Workgroup, adapted from the Centers for Disease Conrtol and Prevention, Atlanta, GA and Queensland Government, AU: February 16, 2010.
THE HISTORY OF VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Atlanta, GA.
MAKING THE CONNECTION: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND PUBLIC HEALTH, Linda Chamberlain, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA.
MaNUAL FOR ESTIMATING THE ECONOMIC COSTS OF INJURIES DUE TO INTERPERSONAL AND SELF-DIRECTED VIOLENCE, A. Butchart, D. Brown, A Khanh-Huynh, P. Corso, N. Florquin and R. Muggah, World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Copyright © 2008 World Health Organization.
NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK (April 4-10, 2011), American Public Health Association.
PREVENT Violence FOR BETTER PUBLIC HEALTH, Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth through Violence Prevention, Oakland, CA: January 2011.
PREVENTING Violence: ROLES FOR PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCIES, Safe States, Atlanta, GA: October 2011. Executive Summaries: national, state and local public health agencies.
PROJECT CONNECT: A COORDINATED PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVE TO PREVENT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, the Office on Women's Health, in partnership with Futures Without Violence, Washington, DC: January 2013.
PROMOTING HEALTH EQUITY – A RESOURCE TO HELP COMMUNITIES ADDRESS SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH, Laura K. Brennan Ramirez, Elizabeth A. Barker and Marilyn Metzler, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: 2008.
A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO PREVENTING VIOLENCE: FAQ, Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth through Violence Prevention, Oakland, CA: Fall 2009.
A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO THE VIOLENCE EPIDEMIC IN THE UNITED STATES, Larry Cohen and Susan Swift, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: 1993.
THE PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO VIOLENCE PREVENTION, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Atlanta, GA.
PUBLIC HEALTH CONTRIBUTIONS TO PREVENTING VIOLENCE, Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth through Violence Prevention, Oakland, CA: January 2012.
"PUBLIC HEALTH JUST DOESN'T GET IT": THE RESISTANCE TO USING A PUBLIC HEALTH FRAMEWORK IN SOCIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENTS, Ashley Maier, Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force, Keizer, OR: January 2011.
A SOCIAL JUSTICE MODEL OF PUBLIC HEALTH: INTEGRATING PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (online presentation), David S. Lee, Prevention Connection, Sacramento, CA: September 25, 2009.
STRENGTHENING POLICIES TO SUPPORT CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES WHO EXPERIENCE TRAUMA, Janice L. Cooper, Rachel Masi, Sarah Dababnah, Yumiko Aratani and Jane Knitzer, National Center for Children in Poverty, New York, NY: July 2007.
Strengthening the Collaboration between Public Health and Criminal Justice to Prevent Violence, Deborah Prothrow-Stith, Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (number 1 , page, 82), Boston, MA: March 22, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Gale Group, Inc. and American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics.
TEEN DATING VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE, Children's Safety Network, Waltham, MA: February 2012.
TESTING A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO GUN VIOLENCE ~ AN EVALUATION OF CROWN HEIGHTS SAVE OUR STREETS, A REPLICATION OF THE CURE VIOLENCE MODEL, Sarah Picard-Fritsche and Lenore Cerniglia, Center for Court Innovation, New York, NY: 2012.
A TIMELINE OF VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Atlanta, GA: updated March 5, 2008.
THROUGH A PUBLIC HEALTH LENS. PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: AN UPDATE FROM THE US CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, Corrine M. Graffunder, Rita K. Noonan, Pamela Cox and Jocelyn Wheaton, Journal of Women's Health (volume 13 , pages 5-14), New Rochelle, NY: 2004. Copyright © 2009 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
ViolencE AGAINST WOMEN: AN URGENT PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY, Claudia Garcia-Moreno and Charlotte Watts, Bulletin of the World Health Organization (volume 89, number 1), Geneva, CH: January 2011.
ViolencE: TRAUMA IS THE COMMON DENOMINATOR, HEALING IS THE GOAL, Witness Justice, Frederick, MD.
VIOLENCE PREVENTION: A TIMELINE OF VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.