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Preliminary Results from the Rhode Island Violent Death Reporting System (RIVDRS). Victimization of Children & Youth: An International Research Conference. Panel presentation: Prevalence and Predictors of Dating Violence. Improving Surveillance of Intimate Partner Violence by Use of Multiple Data Sources. First year results from Rhode Island's innovative Teen Dating Violence Prevention Program: A wake-up call.

Family Research Laboratory and Crime Against Children Research Center, University of New Hampshire August 2002. Annual American Public Health Association 129th Annual Meeting and Exposition. Injury Control Latebreaker Session oral presentation. Society for Epidemiologic Research 1981-present American Public Health Association 1996-2009 American College of Epidemiology 1998-present Rhode Island Public Health Association 2001-2009 State and Territorial Injury Program Directors Association 2008-2009 PHP1680M (formerly BC168.16)/PHP2220A (formerly BC222.16) Course Description: The Epidemiology of Violence and Its Consequences is an overview of the epidemiology of intentional and unintentional injury within the social context.

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