Cluj School of Public Health conducts research on important public health topics relevant regionally and internationally. One of the C-SPH goals is to inform policymakers, develop recommendations and provide arguments in order to facilitate the process of decision-making and sustain evidence-based policy-making. C-SPH policy brief are meant to inform and summarize important research conducted by C-SPH staff and its partners. The Policy Briefs reflect the views of C-SPH.
1. Reducing children’s unintentional injuries (June 2010) is a C-SPH policy brief that acknowledges the most important unintentional injuries that affect children locally. The following document is a tool used to inform stakeholders, decision-makers or policy-makers about the urgency of injury and violence prevention topic and outline alternative methods that could serve as actions to prevent injuries and violent events.
The English version of the Policy Brief no. 1 can be downloaded here.
2. Minimum data collection MDS-IDB (December 2013) is a C-SPH policy brief developed as partner within the JAMIE Project – Joint Action on Monitoring Injuries in Europe (Acţiune Comună privind Monitorizarea Leziunilor în Europa). The aim of this document is to inform stakeholders, decision-makers or policy-makers and anyone interested in the field about injuries registered in 5 emergency departments in Romania.
The Romanian version of the Policy Brief no. 2 can be downloaded here.
3. Potentially dangerous products for children (September 2014) is another C-SPH policy brief developed as partner within the JAMIE Project – Joint Action on Monitoring Injuries in Europe. This short report presents data on injuries resulted as consequence of interaction with infant or child products among children aged 0-18 years in 5 emergency departments in Romania.
The English version of the Policy Brief no. 3 can be downloaded here.