Injury prevention and death review:
Child Death Review Teams

We want all unexpected child deaths to be reviewed by a local review team


The purpose of these teams is to better understand the risk factors and circumstances surrounding a child’s death and to develop policy and program recommendations to prevent future deaths. The Keeping Kids Alive in Wisconsin Guidebook includes information on setting up a death review team, conducting effective reviews, as well as entering and analyzing data.


Child death review teams can use these Keeping Kids Alive tools to conduct comprehensive reviews

 

Keeping Kids Alive in Wisconsin Guidebook

Child Death Review Report Form


 

Learn more at the National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention.

SUID and SDY Case Registries

The Alliance is the Wisconsin grantee for the Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) and Sudden Death in the Young (SDY) Case Registries. Learn more about the SUID Case Registry. Learn more about the SDY Case Registry.

Self-care

As a professional, being aware of how this difficult work can impact you and taking steps to reconnect and achieve balance in life is crucial. Learn more about self-care.

For more information, please contact Karen Nash at (414) 337-4567 or Amanda Bagin at (414) 337-4565.

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