The Nebraska CDRT is guided by Nebraska Revised Statute 71-3404 – 71-3411. In part, the statute declares there is a need for the number and causes of child death to be examined through comprehensive review. The committee meets quarterly (three times virtually and one time in-person) and reviews all deaths among Nebraska residents ages 0-17. Committee members are asked to review cases on their own time between meetings and completed reviews, summarized data, and hot topics are used to drive discussion during the quarterly meetings, including developing and refining comprehensive recommendations for prevention.

The CDRT has been active since 1993, and is currently comprised of representatives from a diverse variety of professional backgrounds. Members serve a four year term, and are supported by CDRT staff at Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.

Applications are due by June 21st, and all applicants will be notified of acceptance by July 12th. Online onboarding will be scheduled based on accepted applicants’ availability and be completed prior to the CDRT's September 11, 2024 meeting.

The team seeks to ensure representation from members working in and representing communities that are diverse with regard to race, ethnicity, immigration status, and English proficiency and include members from differing geographic regions in the state, including both rural and urban areas.

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* 1. The following areas of expertise were identified as missing from the current committee; which, if any, apply to you?

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* 2. The CDRT meets three times a year virtually and once in person in the Lincoln/Omaha metro area for two hours each time. Outside of meetings, team members spend up to ten hours per quarter on reviews. Are you able to make these time commitments?

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* 3. Which, if any, of the following non-clinical role(s) or organization(s) would you represent as a CDRT member (select all that apply)?

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* 4. Which, if any, of the following clinical role(s) or organization(s) would you represent as a CDRT member (select all that apply)?

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