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Channeling Grief Into Policy Change
Injury Prevention Newsletter, Volume 13

Introduction to Survivor Advocacy

Survivor Advocate Stories

Questions and Answers for Survivor Advocates

Questions and Answers for Injury Prevention Professionals

This newsletter is Volume 13 of the Injury Prevention Network Newsletter.  Financial support was provided by the San Francisco Injury Center and Centers for Disease Control.  Its content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the views of the grantor.

Please feel free to use any material in this newsletter.  Please acknowledge this newsletter as the source of whatever you choose to use.

Published by the Trauma Foundation

Newsletter staff:
Elizabeth McLoughlin, Editor and Co-author
e-mail: liz@tf.org

Janetter Fennell, Co-author
e-mail: kydsncars@aol.com