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CSN Webinar
May 26, 2020
2:30- 3:30 pm EDT
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Play it Safe: Playground Safety for Everyone
Tuesday May 26, 2020
2:30 - 3:30 pm EDT
Playgrounds serve as a central hub for communities, yet playground-related injuries remain a concern among parents, educators and health care providers. More than 200,000 playground-related injuries are treated in the U.S. emergency departments annually among children 18 years and younger.1 The leading causes of playground injuries are falls, impact/strike, cut/pinch/crush, entrapment/entanglement, and trip/slip. Playground-related injuries commonly treated in the emergency department are fractures, contusions/abrasions, and lacerations. Research also has raised concern of an increase in playground-related traumatic brain injuries and has shown that contemporary playgrounds can expose children to unsafe environmental conditions.2 This webinar brings together three experts from various disciplines, Eric Kennedy of Bucknell University, Heather Olsen of the National Program for Playground Safety, and Jennifer Vanos of Arizona State University to discuss promising tools and actions for S.A.F.E. TM playgrounds. Rhonda Siegel, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, will moderate this webinar.

Recognizing that we are currently experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic and may not have all of the answers about how to safely reopen public playgrounds where they had been closed, CSN wants to hear from you about what is happening in your state/community regarding playgrounds. When you register for this webinar, please respond to the questions regarding your experience. 

1 Vollman, D., Witsaman, R., Comstock, R. D., & Smith, G. A. (2009). Epidemiology of playground equipment-related injuries to children in the United States, 1996-2005. Clinical Pediatrics, 48(1), 66-71.
2 Cheng, T. A., Bell, J. M., Haileyesus, T., Gilchrist, J., Sugerman, D. E., & Coronado, V. G. (2016). Nonfatal playground-related traumatic brain injuries among children, 2001-2013. Pediatrics, 137(6), e20152721.
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Eric Kennedy, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Bucknell University and serves as the Director of Injury Prevention for the National Program for Playground Safety. Dr. Kennedy’s research investigates the human body’s tolerance to injury with the intent to make the world around us safer. Eric and his team of research students develop both laboratory and playground field testing procedures, collect and analyze epidemiological data, and perform technical analyses focused on improving the safety and health of children. 
Heather Olsen, EdD, is a Professor of Heath, Recreation, and Leisure Services at the University of Northern Iowa and is the Executive Director of the National Program for Playground Safety. Dr. Olsen’s research collection has focused on playground injury prevention and outdoor play targeting children''s health and well-being.
Rhonda Siegel, MSEd, is currently the Administrator for the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Section and the Title V Director within the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services, Department of Health and Human Services. Previously, Rhonda was both the Coordinator and Program Manager of the New Hampshire Injury Prevention Program and focused on unintentional injuries in children. Rhonda has been in the public health field for a cumulative total of 35 years. She is an active member of the Children’s Safety Network Alliance (CSN-A). 
Jennifer Vanos, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University specializing in human biometeorology, examining the influence of atmospheric processes on human health, specifically extreme heat, thermal comfort, and heat stress and the intersections with urban design. Dr. Vanos has a strong focus on understanding children’s environments and lessening exposures to support thermal safety.
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This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Child and Adolescent Injury and Violence Prevention Resource Centers Cooperative Agreement (U49MC28422) for $1,000,000 with 0 percent financed with non-governmental sources. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government. 
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