SE X SW Injury Prevention Network Annual Meeting

SE X SW Injury Prevention Network Annual Meeting

SE and SW Injury Prevention Network Annual Meeting New Orleans, Louisiana March 11-13, 2019 Welcome to New Orleans aka..

The Crescent City The Big Easy Americas Most Interesting City The Northernmost Caribbean City The Capitol of the Who Dat Nation

The City That Care Forgot Famous New Orleanians

Jean Lafitte Marie LaVeau Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, Anne Rice, Stephen Ambrose Donna Brazile, Cokie Roberts, James Carville Tyler Perry, Ellen Degeneres, Randy Newman Ruby Bridges, Homer Plessey, A.P. Tureaud, O. C. Haley, Avery Alexander, Dr. L. C Roudanez Louis Armstrong, Allen Toussaint, Lil Wayne, The Marsalis Familyto name a few..

And the colorful You are here. Uptown 0.7 mi from Jackson Square New Orleans at a Glance Population: 395,292 (2017 estimate)

10 parish MSA: 1,275,762 Demographics 20% under the age of 18 52% female 59.8% Black/African American and 34.1% White 36.5 with Bachelors degree of higher Median household income: $38,721 (2013-2017) 25.4% of persons live in poverty Land area 169.42 sq miles, but LA is losing one football field of land mass per hour!

The Vulnerable Marsh History. Steeped in French and Spanish history Claimed for French crown in 1682 1st Mardi Gras 1699 Iberville and Bienville- Point du Mardi Gras entrenched by 1730s as a holiday. La Nouvelle Orleans founded 1718 by Jean Baptiste LeMoyne de Bienville statue in the French Quarter

By 1723, the area was the capital of the French colony and a major trading and commerce hub By 1763 back under Spanish rule for 37 years important trading and cultural partner for Cuba, Haiti and Mexico (this period also reflected Spains more liberal views on race and fostered a class of free people of color. Brief History. 1788 and 1794 Great Fires of New Orleans destroyed French architecturefollowed by another 3 years later By 1800, Spain cedes LA to France 3 years later Napoleon sells to the US for $15 million in 1803

Residents held tight to French language, cuisine, customs, devotion to opera and complex social strata- Creoles American offspring of European settlers. Battle of New Orleans War of 1812- Andrew Jackson resisted 7,500 British soldiers who turned and abandoned the area One of the great fires. Wealthy Antebellum era on the backs of the oppressed. Mid-1800s known for the highest concentration of millionaires in America found

between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. In 1850s alone sugar plantations produced an estimated 450 million lbs. worth more than $20 million annually. Nouveau-riche American plantation owners. Prosperity hid the cruelty and misery of the enslaved. Union soldiers invaded NO and the city did not fight back avoiding destruction; but after the war the legacy of slavery led to governmental unrest, racial tensions and poverty. History.

Jazz 1920 is Jazz Age, but we had it first- late 1800s Combination of ragtime, blues, spirituals Immigrant influence- French, Spanish, African, Italian, German, Irish And we helped win WWII Higgins Boats and the successful storming of Normandy! Historybad times

Fires in late 1700s Legacy of slavery Yellow Fever epidemic height 1850s-1880

Flood of 1927 Segregation Energy busts Hurricane Katrina Coastal erosion Culture of excess and personal liberties Violence and trauma What makes us so attractive Rich culture, kindness of strangers, music, food, festivals

Strong sense of family and connections Pride of place neighborhoods Treme, Marigny, Lower Ninth Ward, 7th Ward, Uptown, Mid City, Gentilly, Broadmoor, Lakeview, French Quarter Leading southern city in dismantling of symbols of racist past Good times We think yall talk funny

Lagniappe Street car Neutral ground Beignet

Vieux Carre Tchoupitoulas

Poboy Muffuletta Calliope Socrates Ambulance Laissez le bon temps rouler! Have FunBe Safe

Practice general travelers safety Street Car takes exact change. $1.25 per trip Know where you are headed chart your course ahead of time Walk in groups when possible

Dont be on the streets after dark unless you have a purpose Try not to look lost or like a tourist Watch out crossing intersections not friendly to pedestrians or cyclists! Poorly signed intersections! Louisiana Core SVIPP Highlights My colleagues and institutional support! Growth in injury prevention funding: Core SVIPP, NVDRS, Drowning Prevention In-kind support

Movement of RPE with Injury Program Integration of ACEs and focus on prevention of intergenerational ACEs Partner commitments and mobilization: Academia TU VPI, child maltreatment prevention, IPV policy & strangulation assessment, falls, suicide prevention, drowning prevention work, public health law workforce, media workshop, MVC linkage CRASH Data acquisition About to close out 1st year of NVDRS data! Louisiana Core SVIPP Highlights

Top notch communications support Injury Free LA and SRPF Collaboration with EMS-C Health Equity and Social determinants research on racial policies and impact on health, HEAT and work on paid leave NOWS and Act 118

Moving data to action SUID, CDR, NVDRS Challenges disbursement of opioid funding; MVC policy work, youth sports concussions, attracting experienced epidemiologists Communications

Top notch communications support Injury Free LA and SRPF Health Equity and Social determinants research on racial policies and impact on health, HEAT and work on paid leave NOWS and Act 118 Moving data to action SUID, CDR, NVDRS Challenges disbursement of opioid funding; MVC policy work, youth sports

concussions, attracting experienced epidemiologists Data Visualization Injury-Free Louisiana (IFLA) Add in Glorias slides

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