Jennifer Allison, PhD, provides technical assistance and training to advance child safety initiatives throughout the United States. She plays a key role in improving health outcomes for young people by working with state health departments to disseminate evidence-based public health strategies to communities, practitioners, and families.
As director of the Children’s Safety Network, Allison designs and facilitates multi-state communities of practice, webinars, and other online learning opportunities that help inform state efforts to prevent child and adolescent injury. She is an authority on injury and violence prevention topics and has extensive knowledge of different states’ specific initiatives and approaches to preventing injury.
Allison holds a PhD in politics from Brandeis University.
“It is critical for public health professionals to work together to implement and scale up evidence-based practices for child safety.”
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