Reviews national and local injury trending data to develop, implement and evaluate injury prevention programming. Acts a liaison between the Trauma Center and partner injury prevention organizations and represents the trauma center at injury prevention related meetings and committees on both local and state levels. Advances the Trauma Center's position as ""the"" resource of injury prevention information and expertise for the region. Promotes the development of injury prevention committees and coalitions within the trauma center district to deliver consistent safety messages throughout the region, efficiently utilize limited resources, and reduce trauma alerts and admissions. Serves as an active participant of the system outreach team by attending health fairs and other wellness activities in response to community requests or targeted efforts designed to influence healthy lifestyles, and meet healthcare needs. Participates in outreach team meetings as schedule allows.
Educational RequirementsDegree/Diploma Obtained Program of Study Required/Preferred and/or Master's Psychology Required
Experience RequirementsMinimum Years Required Area of Experience Required/Preferred and/or 1 Year Injury Prevention Required
Work experience in the field of injury prevention and some violence prevention. Experience with development of strategic plans, coordinating limited resources, applying for grant support, collaborating with public and private entities, developing communication plans, and working with media.