TriHealth is committed to caring for people first. As part of that commitment, TriHealth ThinkFirst provides injury prevention information for youth and families in Greater Cincinnati.
TriHealth ThinkFirst offers a variety of injury prevention programs, events and informative media features in our community. Collaborating with the educational community, the media, various civic clubs and corporations, ThinkFirst tailors programs to meet the prevention and wellness needs of Greater Cincinnati.
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|Injury Prevention Coordinators|
Stephanie Lambers M.ED, OTR/L
Stephanie is responsible for defining the injury prevention efforts in schools, hospital and community for TriHealth. She is an Occupational Therapist with a Masters of Education in Community Health Promotion. She has been an injury prevention advocate for over 20 years. In addition, she is a liaison with local government and medical agencies concerned with reducing the incidence of injuries. Stephanie plans, budgets, implements, evaluates and facilitates grant-funded programs, and provides public relations services for all injury prevention programming within Trauma Services for TriHealth. Her patient care experience and community health promotion experience have led to her passion for prevention of traumatic injuries. Stephanie is a current Board Member for People Working Cooperatively (PWC), as well as the Shirley Daley Community Fund Board of Directors and serves on several professional committees. These include: University of Cincinnati College of Education Health Promotion Program Advisory Council, Greater Cincinnati Health Council Fall Prevention Work group; MidWest Injury Prevention Alliance (MIPA) Regional Older Adult Falls Committee; Ohio Injury Prevention Partnership; Ohio Teen Driving Advisory Council and TriHealth Diversity Advisory Council.
Krista Jones, BS, NCPSP CPS Instructor
Krista holds a Bachelors of Science in Community Health Education from Ohio University. With her current role as an Injury Prevention Coordinator with Trauma Services she plans, budgets, implements, evaluates and facilitates grant-funded programs, and provides public relations services for all injury prevention programming throughout TriHealth. She job shares with Stephanie Lambers. She has been a National Child Passenger Safety Technician/Instructor for the past 13 years. Krista is a member of various committees throughout the TriState area including Southwest Kiwanis for Kids, Health Council Fall Prevention Work group; MidWest Injury Prevention Alliance (MIPA) Regional ;Ohio Injury Prevention Partnership; Ohio Teen Driving Advisory Council; and TriHealth DAC Advisory Council.