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The Grand Unifying Theory of Poisoning/Overdose Surveillance. A Collaborative Effort June 6, 2013. Background & History. Brief Background/History. Safe States Poisoning Workgroup- 2008 Safe States formation of ISW7 group-2009 Publication of ISW7- May 2012

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brief background history
Brief Background/History
  • Safe States Poisoning Workgroup- 2008
  • Safe States formation of ISW7 group-2009
  • Publication of ISW7- May 2012
  • CDC/Safe States/CSTE conferences 2012
  • CSTE Drug Overdose- Denise Paone
    • Willing and wanting to test ISW7 indicators
    • Providing organizational home for effort
  • SQI Year 2 focus on poisoning
timeline cste do
Timeline- CSTE DO
  • August- Organizational Call
    • Creation of Poisoning Surveillance Workgroup
  • Fall 2012- Creation of tables shells and Levels I-IV (basic to complex) for mortality
  • Winter- submission of data by volunteer states and proposal to present data
  • Spring- Data results & write up of methods and process for Special Emphasis Report (SQI)
  • Spring- April CDC mtg on poisoning for Core states
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public health

surveillance poisoning system

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You\'ve got to be very careful if you don\'t know where you are going, because you might not get there.

Yogi Berra

If you don’t know where you are going,

any road can get you there

Lewis Carroll

next steps1
Next Steps
  • June- Presentations (Safe States & CSTE)
  • July- development of Special Emphasis Report and pilot testing
  • Transition from mortality to morbidity (SQI protocol)
  • Additional testing of codes, development of potential indicators and position statements
preguntas
Preguntas?

Scott Proescholdbell, MPH

Injury and Violence Prevention Branch

Chronic Disease and Injury Section

NC Division of Public Health

919-707-5442

www.injuryfreenc.ncdhhs.gov

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