We're working to update how we share information and want to hear from you about what works and what could work better. To reduce jargon and simplify our approach, we also want your feedback on how you use our "shared risk and protective factors" approach in your work. We recognize it can sometimes be confusing or hold different meanings for different community partners. Please answer the following questions to help us improve our communication.

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* 1. Name

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* 2. Email (we'd love to follow-up if you're comfortable with that!)

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* 3. How often do you read posts from the following blogs?

  Never Sometimes Often
Young Drivers Alliance: http://www.teendrivingallianceco.com/
Colorado Child Fatality Prevention System: http://www.cochildfatalityprevention.com/
Violence and Injury Prevention Network: http://vipreventionnetworkco.com/

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* 4. Are there any go-to sources or websites like the VIP Prevention Blog that you follow related to violence and injury prevention? What makes these most compelling?

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* 5. If you’re currently a reader of any of the blogs listed in Question 1, what do you want to see more of? If you’re not a reader, what would make you more likely to read these blogs? Check all that apply.

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* 6. If you want to see more trainings, please expand on what kind (topics, formats, etc) you’d like to see.

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* 7. What types of support do you need more of from us? I.e. Please expand on your answer above to give us a better sense of how we can help, whether that means specifics on messaging, talking points, skill set trainings and webinars, educational opportunities, support.

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* 8. What are your preferred methods of communication? Check all that apply.

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* 9. Other suggestions to improve the blogs?

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* 10. In your own words, how would you explain the "shared risk and protective factors approach" to your community partners?

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* 11. What lingering questions or points of confusion do you still have about the shared risk and protective factors terms and approach?

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