National Resources

  • The National MCH Center for Child Death Review: The National Center for Child Death Review is a resource center for state and local child fatality prevention programs, funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. It promotes, supports and enhances child death review methodology and activities at the state, community and national levels. 
  • A Program Manual for Child Death Review: This manual describes strategies for developing and managing a state or local Child Fatality Review and Prevention program. Suggestions are offered for conducting effective reviews and making recommendations that translate the understanding of how a child died into action to prevent other deaths. This manual was written to provide communities with the information and tools needed to establish, manage and evaluate effective review teams and team meetings. It is meant to serve as a foundation so that communities can adapt the information presented here to fit each local context. 
  • Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention
  • Summary of NHTSA MAP21 New Graduated Drivers Licensing Recommendations
  • Understanding Evidence: This site helps you use evidence-based decision-making as you think about strategies to prevent violence in your community.