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JHCIRP: 25 Years

Celebrating Silver,
Reaching for Gold:
25 Years of Injury
Research and Policy

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courses in injury control
The Center has an extensive list of formal courses that can be taken for academic credit. Core injury courses include:

Graduate Seminar in Injury Research and Policy
305.861 (Offered each term)

Issues in Injury and Violence Prevention
305.610 (1st term)

Confronting the Global Burden of Injuries
221.612 (2nd term or 2nd term online)

Policy, Politics and Transportation Safety
305.630 (3rd Term, every other year)

Suicide as a Public Health Problem
330.374 (3rd term)

Understanding and Preventing Violence
301.627 (3rd term)

Occupational Injury Prevention and Safety
305.615 (3rd term, every other year)

Evaluation-Informed Program Development and Implementation
305.613 (3rd term)

Alcohol, Society, and Health
410.626 (3rd term)

Injury and Violence Prevention: Behavioral Sciences Theories and Applications
410.625 (4th term)

Childhood Victimization: A Public Health Perspective
330.640 (4th term)

 Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems
309.630 (4th term)

Summer Institute: Principles and Practice of Injury Prevention
(summer term)

Advanced Summer Institute
(summer term)

For full course descriptions and current course offerings, click here to search the School of Pubic Health's current and past academic catalogs.

What people are saying

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Training & Education

For Melissa Spohn, the Summer Institute was the first chance to learn the science behind injury prevention. She rates the experience as one of the best continuing education opportunities she has had as a practicing public health professional. Spohn spreads the injury prevention message by integrating it throughout the health department system, helping to make her state safer.

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