Education and Training

The Education and Training Core is an essential element of the ECIC’s program. It complements and builds upon the Research Core and represents the embodiment of the ECIC’s goal to translate science to practice. Through the activities of this core, the ECIC provides local and state leadership around violence and unintentional injury prevention, promotes the field by training and developing the next cadre of violence and unintentional injury prevention practitioners and researchers, and serves as a friendly and accessible resource for high-quality, accurate and readily useful information and technical assistance. Click on the links to the right to learn about ECIC’s current educational activities.

 

Economic Evaluation Workshop (June 7, 2012)

Watch a podcast of the Economic Evaluation Workshop hosted by Dr. Phaedra Corso, PhD, MPA, Head of the Department of Health Policy & Management, College of Public Health at the University of Georgia.

  • Economic evaluation refers to applied analytic methods used to identify, measure, value, and compare the costs and consequences of programs and interventions.
  • The workshop provided participants withan overview of these methods, including cost analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA), and cost-benefit analysis (CBA)