To facilitate implementation of the Cardiff Model for Violence Prevention in two sites in the United States: Philadelphia, PA, and metropolitan Atlanta, GA. The purpose of the pilot is to document the strengths, challenges and costs of the program and to determine technical needs. The prevention strategies implemented in the pilot will help guide future evaluation research and implementation of the model in the United States.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
CDC's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
Andrea C. Gielen, Sc.D, Sc.M., a professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who has dedicated her career to improving the health and safety of women and children, receives the 2016 Elizabeth Fries Health Education Award.
The James F. and Sarah T. Fries Foundation honored David Sleet for his life-saving contributions that have led to better evidence, more effective translation and greater adoption of injury prevention interventions.
Business Pulse: Healthy Workforce, launched today by the CDC Foundation, provides employers and workers with access to resources and information to help improve workforce health and safety, attract and retain high-performing employees and minimize healthcare costs.