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TRIBAL YOUTH AND TRAFFIC SAFETY: STRATEGIES FOR SAFE DRIVING, RIDING AND WALKING - Shared screen with speaker view
Cash, Caroline (NHTSA)
39:33
WE can see you Maggi:)
Joy Annette
40:03
joy.annette@ndsu.edu
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
44:00
We are NHTSA. www.nhtsa.dot.gov
John Velat
47:45
You can use the chat box to ask questions at any time, or use the reaction button to raise your hand if you would like to speak.
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
52:00
Please stop by the SADD and CNAY websites.
Nicole Smith
52:31
At the Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center, we did a deterministic linkage between FARS and our AI/AN race-corrected death certificates, and found 92% of MVT deaths in OR, ID and WA had a matching FARS record. It may be even higher than that, but many death certificates had missing fields, which did not allow for a match. Now, we're evaluating completeness of FARS specifically for AI/AN in our area. FARS is such an important resource for tribes.
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
52:34
https://www.sadd.org/
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
53:37
https://www.cnay.org/
Rebecca Blackwood
01:22:24
In addition to SA and/or Alcohol related crashes especially on more rural reservations, like mine, with limited or no tribal police force, our children drive at a very young age with no skills. I've seen children as young as 7 driving on my reservation. There have been a few crashes due to lack of driving skills. The children are driving not only to get to another house or the community center but also to the store for a parent that can't and to take out the trash and such.
Sinclair, Samuel (NHTSA)
01:24:06
Thank you for sharing.
Seth
01:34:59
I will be logging off! Thank you for allowing me to be apart of this panel!! Will I be able to receive a recording of the rest?
Andrea Porras- They: /NALB-CORE/HQ
01:36:00
Really appreciate the uplifting space for hearing from youth on the ground and in their scholar roles all as Imperative necessary voices for Culture shifting! Awesome leadership! #proudauntie
Smith, Emily (NHTSA)
01:36:03
Thanks, Seth! Yes there will be a recording
Seth
01:36:13
Thank you!!
Seth
01:36:20
It was my pleasure!
Andrea Porras- They: /NALB-CORE/HQ
01:38:26
YESSSS
Dr. Kipp
01:41:52
Indigenize spaces!
Sixtus Dominguez
01:50:33
Very well said Rick!!!!
Cash, Caroline (NHTSA)
01:51:05
Such a meaningful discussion!
Andrea Porras- They: /NALB-CORE/HQ
01:52:57
what can u share as far as a pivoting testimony that guides and continues to inspire you to build in this work>
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
01:53:35
Yes! And there a number of virtual child safety seat virtual trainings in November, December and ongoing - we can provide this information. Eventually they will be in person.
Nicole Smith
01:53:42
TIPCAP is a good resource for connecting with tribal child passenger safety seat technicians. https://www.ihs.gov/injuryprevention/contacts/
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
01:54:10
Thank you Nicole!
Nicole Smith
01:54:46
Yes, Sam, we find lots of tribal CPSTs are not registered in the SafeKids system.
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
01:55:50
going back to data collection and trust...what are your thoughts about using "anec-data" (stories and personal experiences that haven't been "validated") to inform decisions and change?
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
01:55:56
Please also see this New Mexico map as an example of distribution site.
Nicole Smith
01:56:26
Search for a CPST in your area: https://portalskcms.cyzap.net/dzapps/dbzap.bin/apps/assess/webmembers/secure/manage?webid=SKCMS&pToolCode=CERT-SEARCH&pAdd=Yes
Andrea Porras- They: /NALB-CORE/HQ
01:56:37
Yess
Nicole Smith
01:57:19
Yes! Stories ARE data.
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
01:58:38
thank you! I hadn't heard of CBP
Sinclair, Samuel (NHTSA)
01:59:29
Thank you to NTICC, the planning committee and sponsors for providing this platform to learn and share information.
Cash, Caroline (NHTSA)
02:00:48
Looking forward to further discussion on ways NHTSA may support tribal communities. I am so very grateful for today's information and discussion exchange and look forward to creating meaningful, community based programs in the next few months/years.
Gunnels, Maggi (NHTSA)
02:03:23
Thank you!
Michael Petesch (MnDOT)
02:03:58
thank you so much for all the very personal perspectives!!
Sixtus Dominguez
02:04:16
thank you