Ability to BUILD and MANAGE an injury and/or violence prevention program
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- Describe how to establish and maintain an advisory group to assist with the development and monitoring of goals for injury and/or violence prevention within a population (e.g. a community, a state, among children, among Latinos, etc.).
- Develop a long-range plan for injury and/or violence prevention and identify issues that may impact program goals, implementation, and sustainability.
- Identify key funding sources for injury and/or violence prevention activities.
- Prepare a proposal for funding from an external source.
- Demonstrate the ability to create, justify, and manage a budget.
- Demonstrate the ability to prioritize the allocation of resources (e.g. personnel, financial, space, time, equipment, etc.) to align with program goals.
- Develop a plan for hiring, supervising and promoting the professional development of staff.
- Demonstrate knowledge of ethical issues that may arise in injury and/or violence prevention practice.
- Describe ways that injury and/or violence prevention can be integrated into other programs and identify common barriers to integration.
- Demonstrate the ability to leverage program success to further program growth
- Demonstrate the ability to develop and use performance standards to monitor program success.
Topic: General Resources
|Developing Effective Coalitions: An Eight Step Guide||Cross-cutting||Publication|
|Effective Leadership||Cross-cutting, IVP||Course|
|Federal Budget Process||Cross-cutting||Slides/Lecture|
|Making the Case for Injury and Violence Prevention: A Conversation Starter for State Injury and Violence Prevention Directors to Use with State Health Officials and Other Leaders||IVP||Publication|
|Managing Complexity in Public Health: An Approach to Adaptive & Collaborative Learning||Cross-cutting, IVP||Course|
|Sustainability Planning Guide||Cross-cutting||Publication|
|The Community Toolbox||Cross-cutting||Tool, Website|