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Implementation Resources

The materials provided here were prepared for use by project sites during the implementation of the ONF SBS Prevention Program research.

Please continue to use the Comforting Cards (formerly called the "crying card" or "What is Shaken Baby Syndrome?") - the information has been translated into 19 languages with files in Microsoft Word format. Look for the textbox where your organization can insert appropriate contact information.

* New * February 2009 - Implementation Guide

A list of resources for New Parents is also available.


Translations are courtesy of Health Nexus/Nexus Santé and Toronto Public Health

Forms & Other Documents used during the implementation phase of the ONF SBS Prevention program research:

The Consent Form was designed to be individualized to project sites using hospital/midwife/community logos, and specific contact information.

English French

The Follow-up Survey was for common use by all project sites; callers insert the site details where necessary.

English French
Guidelines for Follow-Up Telephone Survey

Templates for data:

Follow-Up Template Spreadsheet


Guideline to Nurse Responsibilities  - PDF (From the Upstate New York Shaken Baby Syndrome Education Program)

New York Shaken Baby Syndrome Education Program - PPT

(Kim Smith & Kathy deGuehery) - PowerPoint Presentation delivered March 27, 2006 at the ONF Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Program planning meeting in Toronto, ON.